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Old 11-29-2011, 03:36 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Something finally worked! I feel like a monkey (untrained) in the space shuttle.

These are from photobucket, but took nearly an hr. each to upload.

Maybe, with better weather (signal) I can get those many shots to PB, and then to here!

My to friend's price would be $2000.00 Craig's list $2500. obo

I am willing to help deliver personally in many ways... My Suburban w rented tow dolly? Car alone w train fare plus expenses?


Thanks for everyone's help, and interest. This car (and springs) was factory w the 262 smallblock.

Will now work on Photo bucketing more pics. No question unanswered.

I tell all. Going on midnight. Need dinner. Took 4 hrs to succeed tonight!

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Old 11-30-2011, 06:47 PM   #12 (permalink)
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If you look closely to the right in this picture, you can see a line a previous owner set up to hookup w a portable "veggie fuel tank" that must have simply been placed in the hatchback cargo area.

I have found a live toggle switch on the dash, and have heard the hum of a remote fuel pump located in the rear of the car for that setup.
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:01 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Will now work on Photo bucketing more pics.
Here's the album for those looking for bigger pics

Pictures by larrybuck1 - Photobucket
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:54 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Thank you for your help. The rear hatch area photo was moved from photobucket to here using Mozilla/firefox. The previous 3 pics when I used funky Explorer.

Apparently, a previous owner, was a CB fan. He has a mike mounted on the dash you see, and the mount for the external anntenna is seen on the driver's side quarterpanel. The anntenna itself is about 10 feet long, and simply hand screws into that receptical.

The day I bought, and drove the car home, it cracked me up; it's so long, it was trying to tangle tree branches while I was just trying to park it! I instantly removed it. Still have if interested. I just thought it looked ungainly on this size of a car, and hurt aero!

The dashpad, as you can see, is perfect. Only the driver's seat needs some attention; the other's are nice.

Note the underdash setup for the rear shocks. It has a receiver hitch on back, and also has a below dash electric brake setup.

The speedo works sporatically, odo shows 103,000 or 130,000, somewhere in there. ( older car w 5 digit setup, so I imagine one turnover. The car's condition certainly would identify w that mileage.

Also note after market tach keying in on the low rpms that this setup lives at.
If I remember correctly, I think it shows about 3,500 hrs. of usage.

It has a remote electric fan way up in the nose, instead of attached to the engine.

In the grille area, are snaps mounted (like a raincoat) to receive some kind of a grille block. ( in my mind, I could see maybe a plexi or lexan like sheet setup, sort of like the old style motorcycle face sheilds!)

Also, there are tiny holes drilled to suggest that someone had clear headlight covers on here to help the aero!
Note: During my 11 yrs. in western North Carolina; one day I saw a similar Monza with a highly customized front end that was very aero. These cars are still widely used in drag racing, and historic IMSA roadracing. Many fiberglass body parts are available which would make a custom front end much easier.

The glass is all good; the rear shot shows the filthy window because early on, I had a not perfect clean tarp on it. The sunroof leaked a little, I sealed it shut w RV type black peanut butter. It's supposed to stay somewhat flexible, so it could be taken off later. I was very careful not to get any on the paint.

It rains here alot, just wanted to protect the interior. As you can see, the headliner droops slightly by the sunroof. I show, and tell all. You people are my friend's.

That's probably enough text for now without questions to answer. I showed the rr wheelwell dent, and the driver's door paint scrape.
Larry out!
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This is a fun one to see. Reminds me a propane-converted V8-383 4V Chrysler I found in the boneyard around 1996. IMPCO regulator and all still underhood. Glovebox papers gave me the idea that the PO who converted it worked at the Bell Helicopter Plant outside Ft. Worth. A long commute, switch on/over to propane once on the big road, and just set the cruise control.

Hope that Monza finds a good home.

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Old 12-14-2011, 09:19 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I told some people about my ad on here.
Coming here MIGHT spark some interest in mpg talk that otherwise would never dawn on them.

I remember the day I found ecomodder. I was just surfing around about car
stuff,and found it by accident!
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Willing to drop my price to $1,200 if anybody is interested!
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dsl monza

still for sale
location?
phone number?
best to email me at direct at parallax AT vianet.ca as not on the forum all the time
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Done! Thanks for the interest.

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