1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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Love The Ride Of The Big Land Yachts How They Glide Around Bends. by 76MonteMan
 — Cars this size usually don't have much style too them, but the Monte Carlo was a winner for GM up until they tried to reduce the size in 78 to save on gas. The smaller Monte's still have a place in t... Read More
Super Sweet, Would Buy Another Given The Chance. by Jason
 — Performance - Half decent with the 350, better with the 327, good braking ability and excellent handling for '76. Build Quality - Exellent. Well built. Built like a tank. Appearance - Classic Monte Ca... Read More
It Topped Out At 100mph But Would Go To D In The Prndll, Probably Around 130mph. by Jeff
 — Canary yellow with white Landau 1/4 vinyl top and interior with black carpet, dashboard and rear parcel deck. It had factory Landau wheels w/ center caps (rubber coated in mag style). there were only... Read More

1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Incredibly, in the middle of the oil embargo, the Chevy Monte Carlo kept growing in popularity. In 1976, 353,272 Monte Carlos were produced. Chevrolet again played with the grille and head- and taillights, but left much of the exterior the same. Two trims were available: the base S Sport Coupe and Landau Sport Coupe.

More engine options were added for this model year, including the smaller base engine, a 305-cubic-inch V8 rated at 140 horsepower. Optional engines included a 2-barrel 350-ci V8 rated at 145 horsepower, a 4-barrel 350-ci horsepower V8 rated at 160 horsepower (this was the standard engine for California), and a 400-ci V8 rated at 180 horsepower. The 454-ci V8 was dropped from the engine lineup.

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charleshall323
5

Where Can I Find A Hood For My 76 Monte Carlo

I am restoring my 76 monte and I am having a hard time finding a hood for it

163 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)
suzukired
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Fuel

need a fuel line from the fuel pump to the q jet connecting on the right side of carb

65 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)
rchesterson
0

1976 Monte Carlo

its actually my uncle's car and i just got this info from him, its a 1976 chevy monte carlo with a sunroof, 42,000 miles, all oringinal, firethorn red, landau option, 400 engine/transmission, power s...

336 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 years ago)
rchesterson
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I Have A '76 Monte Carlo, How Much Should I Ask For It?

I have a red 1976 monte carlo, and was thinking of selling it, how much do you think i could get for it?

971 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 years ago)
Markus Reed
5

Monte Carlo

i have a 1976 monte carlo and im wondering how could i get 5 to 10 more mpg. and what might be causing it to over heat

248 views with 4 answers (last answer about a year ago)