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The Chevrolet Monte Carlo, introduced in 1970, was made over six generations until 2007. The used Monte Carlo engine has been very popular among enthusiasts for years.
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The Monte Carlo's first four generations (1970–72, 1973–77, 1978–80 and 1981–88) comprised of V8-powered coupe style, a rear-wheel-drive, with a detached body-on-frame construction.
The next two generations of rear-wheel-drive automibiles were produced using the unit-body construction and smaller engines. These more compact motor gained popularity amid prevalent thje early 1980s as automakers downsized their vehicle lines to meet increasing stringent fuel-economy regulations in the aftermath of two energy crises that led to gasoline shortages and skyrocketing pump prices in 1973-74 and 1979-80. Despite those trends, the Monte Carlo remained a popular seller and even regained the SS version (initially offered for 1970-71 with 454 cubic-inch V8) from mid-1983 to 1988 with a high-performance 305-cubic-inch V8.
After the rear-drive Monte Carlo was discontinued after 1988, the nameplate re-emerged in 1995 as a front drive V6 coupe with its foundation on the Chevy Lumina. Soon after, it was succeeded by the final generation of Monte Carlo’s in the model year 2000. Hence, the Monte Carlo SS was back in the market from 2000-2007, powered by a V6 3.8 lr engine. In 2006, it was upgraded to a 5.3 lr V8 motor.
Optional engines for the Monte Carlo comprised of the Turbo Fire 350 CID 4-barrel carbureted small block V8, which was rated at 300 hp at 4800 rpm. The Turbo Fire 400 featured a two barrel carburetor with 380 ft.lbf at 3200 rpm and the other rated at 265 hp at 4800 rpm and 400 ft/lbf at 3800 rpm. Meanwhile, the Turbo-Jet 400 offered a four-barrel carburetor, with 330 hp at 4800 rpm and 410 ft-lb at 3200 rpm.
In 1973, the popularity of the Monte Carlo led to the success of other luxury cars from rivals such as the Ford Torino Elite, the Dodge Charger, the AMC Metador, the Mercury Cougar, and the Chrysler Cordoba.
Monte Carlo engines are available from several online dealers. Used engines are available from the 1996 Chevy Monte Carlo to the 2007 Monte Carlo.
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