GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this extremely rare '71 Chevy Monte Carlo Super Sport. This SS comes in an immaculate black paint job complimented by a clean black interior. Powering this gem is a massive 454 cubic inch V8 motor mated to a stout 700R4 automatic transmission. Features include power front disc brakes, power steering and working heat. Additionally, this vehicle comes with a folder full of receipts for various maintenance including powertrain, cam work and more. This stunning vehicle has been in the loving care of its current owner for the past 10 years. But now it can be yours. Don't miss your opportunity to own this incredible piece of American muscle. Please call or email us today for more information.
The First Generation Monte Carlo debuted in 1970. The Monte Carlo started as Chevrolet's version of Pontiac Grand Prix. This 1971 example is the final year of the First generation Monte Carlos. 1971 saw the introduction of the "SS" designation offered for that year only. This package included a special suspension and other items previously included with the SS package. The most significant update to the Monte Carlo was variable-ratio power steering, which became standard for the first time. Finally, the interior remained relatively unchanged from the previous year, other than the availability of all-vinyl upholstery with the standard bench seat in addition to the optional Strato bucket seats.
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