Monte Carlo

402 Big Block: 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The Monte Carlo would enjoy a long run in the Chevy lineup, from 1970 and into the 2000s. It was Chevrolet’s first personal luxury that initially had ties to both the Chevy Malibu and Pontiac Grand Prix. This second-year… more»

Pace Car Find! 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

In 1972, the Monte Carlo was in its third year as Chevy’s personal luxury car. Part Chevelle and part Pontiac Grand Prix, the car’s popularity would grow from year to year. This edition was ordered by a local Richmond,… more»

1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo With 18,678 Original Miles!

It doesn’t matter at what point in history you might be, there will always be a focus on retro items and eras. In the 1970s, people tended to fixate on the 1950s, while in the 1980s, it was all… more»

Fresh 454: 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

First-year Chevrolet Monte Carlos are not something that we often see here at Barn Finds, but they tend to be in above-average condition for their age when we do. This 1970 Monte Carlo continues that trend, and making it… more»

454-Powered! 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

1973 ushered in the second generation of the Chevy Monte Carlo and the Colonnade era of styling for GM’s mid-size cars. Under the skin the Monte Carlo was based on a Chevelle and had one of the longest hoods… more»

NASCAR-Inspired: 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Aerocoupe

Chevy introduced the Monte Carlo Aerocoupe in 1986 to help give the brand an advantage on NASCAR superspeedways. They would be available to the public, as well, but only for two years. It was created by modifying the Super… more»

454 V8 Power! 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The Monte Carlo was new in 1970, Chevy’s first entry in the personal luxury segment of the market. The car was little changed for the following year and was an off shoot of the similar Pontiac Grand Prix during… more»

29k Mile Survivor: 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Chevy rolled out the Monte Carlo in 1970 to carry its flag in the personal luxury market. It initially shared the same platform with the Pontiac Grand Prix but went to the GM A-body intermediate platform for 1973-77, the… more»

1-of-200: 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe

Racing is said to improve the breed, and we’ve seen many examples of this in motorsport history. While aerodynamic efficiency is vital in any form of racing, nowhere is this better demonstrated than in NASCAR. Cars like Plymouth’s Superbird… more»

Only 41k Miles: 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Chevrolet entered the personal luxury car market with the Monte Carlo in 1970 and had a big hit on their hands. The nameplate would stick around through 2007 (although it took a hiatus in 1989-94).  Part of the car’s… more»

16k Original Miles: 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

The person who decides to hand over the cash for this 1984 Monte Carlo SS will become the proud owner of a classic that is a turn-key proposition. This is a car that needs nothing because it is a… more»

Spotless 1974 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Landau

This 1974 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Landau is a stunning looking car. The owner claims that it is mostly original, and it does appear to be an amazing survivor. This is a car that managed to swim against the tide… more»

55k Mile 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454!

Chevrolet got into the personal luxury segment in 1970 with its new Monte Carlo. The car sold like hot cakes in its first year, so changes for the next year would be few, sharing its platform with Pontiac’s Grand… more»

55k Original Miles: 1985 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

The right paint color can bring an added touch of class to any car, and that is the case with this 1985 Monte Carlo SS. It presents beautifully, and the color helps the vehicle to combine touches of muscle… more»

Rare Color: 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Chevrolet unveiled the Monte Carlo to the world in 1970, and this spotless example hails from that year of production. Considering that Chevrolet managed to sell just shy of 470,000 First-Generation Monte Carlos during its 3-year production run, these… more»

Only 19k Miles: 1985 Chevrolet Monte Carlo CL

Chevrolet got into the personal luxury car space with the Monte Carlo in 1970 and found success from the get-go. Its name was derived from the namesake Monacan city and the model was built across six generations through the… more»