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1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview
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The year 1977 may forever be remembered as the one in which the Chevrolet Monte Carlo was most like a deluded larger person. Okay, probably not, but there was one similarity: You know those people who tell everybody they are a size "medium," but still look bigger standing next to someone who is a "large"? Well, in 1977 the midsize Monte Carlo was bigger in every dimension than the full-size Caprice and Impala, as these cars had already become victims of the oil-embargo-induced diet that the Monte Carlo would endure the following year. For now, the Monte Carlo calling itself medium was a bit of an understatement.
The one thing already on a diet was the line of available engines. Down from four engine options in 1976 to three, selection was limited for the S coupe and Landau. The base engine was a 305-ci V8 rated at 140 horsepower, and an optional 2-barrel 350-ci V8 rated at 150 horsepower was also available (a 4-barrel 350-ci V8 rated at 160 hp was standard for California cars). Those thirsting for more power could upgrade to a 4-barrel 400-ci V8 rated at 180 horsepower. These powerplants were anemic compared to former years, but still a lot of power for 1977.
The Monte Carlo emblem became a hood ornament set atop a revised grille with dual stacked headlights.
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My Monte Carlo Is A Barrel V8. I Have A Problem, When I Start It And It Is ...
all has been changed that I think is the problem do you guys think the catalityc converter is bad or a timing issue?
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How Can I Get The Hood To Open If The Latch Inside The Care Does Not Work.
1977 Monte carlo When pull hood release latch from inside the car it does not disengage the hood lock. Look underneath and try to pull wire manually but didn't work. What are the other options.