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Currie Turn 9 Lightweight Pro-Touring 9" Rear End for 1967-1969 GM F Body Camaro/Firebird, 1968-1974 GM X Body Nova - with TrueTrac Posi and 31 Spline Axles
What the General couldn’t do in ’87, Darrell Hyde added today in his 1987 Chevy Monte Carlo SS. Click here for more details or check out the October 2012 issue of Super Chevy Magazine.
Take a clean 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo and swap a carbureted LS engine in place of the 305 small-block. The result is a fast and fun muscle car.
A year has past since I bought a 1966 Fastback Mustang. I sadly discovered multiple hack repairs, hidden bondo, rust, and really pathetic sheet metal body work. Over the years there must of been numerous repairs with reckless disregard to quality and i can only suspect parts and panels are patches from scrap metal and wrecked donors. Turns out to be a perfect gem for a Pro-Touring rebirth ...
1978-88 Monte Carlo, 78-83 Malibu, and 82-86 Bonneville Fuel Injection Gas Tank From Tanks, Inc.
1969 Camaro Z28 restomod pro touring PRISTINE total upgrade full restoration for sale
We've selected the most interesting examples of Novas that we could find on the pro-touring.com website. All images courtesy of their respective owners.
1988 Monte Carlo SS 305 TPI /TH2004R 2013 Dodge Ram Sport Hemi
The First World War brought a lull to rallying. The Monte Carlo Rally was not resuscitated until 1924, but since then, apart from World War II and its aftermath, it has been an annual event and remains a regular round of the World Rally Championship.In the 1930s, helped by the tough winters, it became the premier European rally, attracting 300 or more participants.
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