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How much is a 1972 Monte Carlo worth?

Data based on 83 auction sales. note: The images shown are representations of the 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo and not necessarily vehicles that have been bought or sold at auction….Chevrolet Models.

Engines Median Sale
454 CID | 270 HP $12,250

How much horsepower does a 1972 Monte Carlo have?


V 8
Displacement : 5735 cc | 350.0 cu in. | 5.7 L.
Power : 165 HP (121.44 KW) @ 4000 RPM
Torque : 280 Ft-Lbs (380 NM) @ 2400 RPM
Bore : 4.0 in | 102 mm.

Did they make a 72 Monte Carlo SS?

For 1972, the numbers rebounded to 180,819 Monte Carlos produced. The SS 454 was no longer offered in 1972, nor was a four-speed manual transmission, but 1,268 cars were built with 454s.

What is a 1970 Monte Carlo worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo valued at $19,200 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

Where can I get 1972 Monte Carlo parts?

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What kind of transmission does a Monte Carlo have?

Monte Carlo was fully marketed as a luxury 2-door coupe (part of the reason for dropping the SS 454 badging). The 4 speed manual transmission was dropped entirely although the 3 speed manual transmission and 2 speed automatic were still available. Plus variable-ratio power steering, once an option, became a part of the standard package.

What was the length of the first Monte Carlo?

FIRST GENERATION MONTE CARLO (1970-72) The first generation Monte Carlo was introduced in 1968 as a 2-door hardtop with a 116” long wheelbase (4 inches longer than Chevy’s ‘policy’ length of 112 inches). Known as the A body Special, the layout evolved into the G-platform.

When did Chevy stop making the Monte Carlo?

Completely redesigned in 1973, this more baroque, “neo-classic” Monte received only minor trim and interior changes through 1977. The 1978 Monte Carlo was downsized along with its sister A-body Chevys, trimming 800-pounds and 15-inches from its 1973-77 incarnations. It retained this basic styling through 1980.