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  2. Got the doors back on! Was surprisingly easy to do alone, with a jack, and some cursing. Small problem however...I ordered the parts from Inline Tube, and both kits were 1 piece short. One side was short a press nut, the other was short the splined bushing...which is a little more important. So they are back on, but one side doesn't sit how it should for now. A got a little glass over my welds on the deck lid sanded down, and got it back on the car. Fitting it will be another day, I'll need to get some shims. Also got both bumpers hanging. Rear will get tightened up when the white on the extensions is dried, and the license plate holder is finished. e Got the shifter that I got from Jared put back together, half mounted for now. The only thing I think I need to buy to put the front end together are the inner fenders, which I understand I should get from Parts Place.
  3. Is this what you are looking for? The parts place has these: https://www.thepartsplaceinc.com/product/1972/1972-chevrolet-monte-carlo-blower-motor-switch-with-a-c-gm-6273383/93074
  4. I'm in Iowa just trying to see what I can find within a couple states of me but let me see some pics and some prices
  5. Yesterday
  6. Tony, I'm so sorry to here the paint rep position fell apart because of this stupid virus🥵 one the bright side you have a profession you can return to to care for your beautiful family. And me knowing the person you are and that your past employers are eager to have you return says everything about the person you are! I wish you and your family all the best !💀 (I know you guys love skulls!)
  7. At this point we have about 15 Monte Carlos and 20+ people in the group. Should be a good time.
  8. Welcome, have you tried the DMV? Good luck with your search
  9. I just got confirmation from the owners of the property with the car collection regarding our cruise on Sep 12th which is exciting. As I said before, it is a pretty cool place with lots to look at. April and I will have some fun testing out the cruise route over the next few weeks.
  10. Welcome! The likelihood that it is still around will depend on how many years ago that it was sold. I do know some have managed to track down cars formerly owned by themselves or other family members so there is always hope.
  11. Mine is from a 1971 produced in June, 1971, very faded and hard to see.
  12. Just joined. I'm trying to locate a specific car that I have back in HS. It was a 1970 Champagne Gold with white vinyl roof. Didn't eve have air but loved the car. Started a family and had to get a newer grown up car. Any idea on where to look to find one for sale. I know it may take time. Better yet, any idea on how to find if my car survived.
  13. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks
  14. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks
  15. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 (Canada) waiting for a answer and or price Thanks
  16. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks
  17. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks
  18. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price
  19. Hi Thomas do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks Thomas
  20. do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks Thomas
  21. Hi TX Blazer in your rust bucket do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks Thomas
  22. in your rust bucket do you have the Heater/AC fan motor switch ? The assembly with all controls direction leavers switch etc is ok also? Brent Graham... my car is a 72 6.6 L Monte Carlo My E Mail somedays@nb.sympatico.ca Cell # 1 506 435 1286 waiting for a answer and or price Thanks Thomas
  23. Very Nice!! Looks solid .Good luck on the sale.If I did not have this..... I'd buy that just for the Green.
  24. For sale is an original, numbers matching, 1970 Monte Carlo SS 454 with build sheet. Color combination of green mist body with dark green vinyl top and green interior. Has the LS5 Turbo-Jet 454 CI (360 hp) with Rochester Quadrajet 4 bbl carburetor and Turbo Hydra-matic 400, 3 speed automatic transmission and Z20 SS equipment package.Has dual Exhaust and Magnaflow Muffles. A total of 3,823 buyers ordered the Turbo-Jet 454-cid V-8, rated at 360 bhp in LS5 form that produced 360 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque. This makes the SS 454 the most powerful and collectible Monte Carlo. Car and Driver tested an LS5 Monte Carlo, recording 0-60 times in seven seconds and a quarter mile in 14.9 seconds at 92 mph. Heavy duty suspension included front and rear sway bars, and automatic level control at the rear. Please see picture of build sheet for additional options. The following is history I have on the car. It was purchased used in 7/26/1991 from T&W Auto Sales, Inc in Fayatteville, NC by Miner’s Automotive Repair in Queensbury NY where the car went through a limited restoration. To what level, I do not know. I have some work orders that were in the paperwork when I purchased the car. The car was purchased by an individual in Queensbury, NY in 1997. I then purchased the car 5/7/2004. I’ve owned the car since then. It has only seen one rain storm since I’ve owned it. It has always been garaged since it was purchased in NC. Paint is approximately 25-30 years old. The odometer was at 34,352 when the car was purchased in 1991 but the odometer was reset to zero just prior to the appraisal (shows 1.9 miles on appraisal form). Odometer reading was 10,058 when I purchased the car in 2004 and is now at 13,441 miles. Air Compressor, load leveling valve, and air lines supposedly work but air shocks were not installed when I purchased the car so I can’t say with any certainty that it works. Previous owner did not attempt to get the AC to work and not did I. Clock stem is broken but still in the clock. The original AM radio was replaced with 1970 Monte Carlo AM/FM radio. Sound isn’t the best. The seats and seat belts are also original. Rug and head liner were replaced by Miner’s Auto Repair. The original rear gear ratio was 2.56. They were switched out for 3.56 ratio. The means the speedometer runs approx 7 mph higher than actual. I have the original gears and extra spare parts which are included in the price for the car. I also have a number books on the 1970 Monte Carlo that I will include with the car. This SS runs and drives very well. I have an appraisal that was done for Miner’s Auto on 9/17/1997. I live in Queensbury, NY and have only driven the car for short distances on sunny day to events or just for pleasure. The vehicle has always been properly stored year around in a locked facility. Please only contact me if you are a serious buyer. I have extra pictures I can send to serious buyers only. Asking price is $29,500. Vehicle is offered for sale in “as is” condition with no implied or expressed warrantees applicable. Sale is final.
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