The first try was a flop ask Big G and Miss Lisa, so we went back and built it again. She's a 71 Monte Carlo, all new posi-trac with 373's, sweet turbo 400, all pushed by a 468, naturally aspersed, big block chevy, tunnel ram and twin carbs!!
1971 Monte Carlo Firing Up Project RICEKLR
This is my new 462 ci Big Block firing up. It will hopefully be put on the drag strip next spring, estimated horsepower is somwhere in the 600 range at the flywheel. It will have a 4:11 posi rearend with Disk Brakes.(12 Bolt) Projected ETS once all dialed in is in the low 7s 1/8 mile and 10.90s to 11 1/4 mile. Guarenteed to eat and destroy any import car in its path!
Fast and Furious 3: Monte Carlo
Inside Line takes the Fast and Furious 3 movie cars to the test track.
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1971 CHEVY MONTE CARLO - 2ND YEAR OF CHEVY'S PERSONAL CAR
The Monte Carlo was the counterpart to the Pontiac Grand Prix. Both new GM personal cars sold well. 128,600 units for Monte Carlo, 58,325 for the Gran Prix. The Monte Carlo SS454 only produced 1,919 units so it was dropped after '71. Engine choises ran from V8's 350 cid, 270 hp, 402 cid, 300 hp., 454 cid, 365 hp., and a souped up 454 cid with 425 horses. Powerful engines all, enough to rocket this 3,488 lb. MC. The only changes to the '71 MC was a altered grille and a raised hood ornament. Gazing at this Willow Green Metallic I can't help buy admire the lines of this car. Squared headlights, rally wheels, dash layout, fender skirts, slender vertical tailights, all features that make this Chevy personal car exceptional. Thanks very much for viewing this '71 Chevy Monte Carlo.
BMW M5 Burnout
So und nicht anders!!!! ;)
5 Blower Cars Cruising Part 4
Good footage here of my '72 Olds Cutlass and my buddy's '69 Camaro. Man, it's hard to be good . . . Watch closely . . . the guy on the motorcycle just after 2 minutes was law enforcement ...
1971 Monte Carlo with 454ci engine, 3" original Flowmaster 50 series mufflers, no tailpipes
This is my 1971 Monte Carlo. The video clip is for sound comparisons for different Exhausts. The engine is about 9:1 compression and has a small hydraulic roller cam (224/234 deg @ 0.050", .527"/.544" lift). The intake is an Edelbrock RPM air gap, and the carb is a 750 Mighty Demon mechanical Secondary. The headers are Hooker Competition headers with 2" primaries and 3.5" collectors which go into 3" dual Exhaust with 3" 50-Series Flowmaster mufflers which end right before the rear end.