1979 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Overview


The 1979 Monte Carlo noticed only slight revisions with a redesigned grille, taillights, and front parking lights with dual headlights and turn blinkers.


The 1979 Monte Carlo noticed only slight revisions with a redesigned grille, taillights, and front parking lights with dual headlights and turn blinkers.

A new Chevrolet 200ci V6 became the standard engine, with the 231ci as the standard in CA.

Transmissions carried over from the previous year with the exception of the 4-speed manual, and 1979 would be the last year for manual options due to low buyer interest.

Production Numbers


Sport Coupe 225,073
Landau Sport Coupe 91,850
Total Production 316,923

Performance Specs


Engine Size Carb. HP 0 to 60 Quarter mile
V6 200ci 1x2bbl 94 - -
V6 231ci 1x2bbl 115 - -
V8 267ci 1x2bbl 125 - -
V8 305ci 1x4bbl 160 11.2 sec 18.4 sec

Transmission


  • Turbo Hydra-Matic
  • 3-Speed Manual

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Beige
Black
Dark Metallic Blue
Light Metallic Blue
Pastel Blue
Dark Brown Metallic
Camel Metallic
Carmine Metallic
Dark Carmine Metallic
Light Green
Medium Green Metallic
Silver
White
Light Yellow

Interior

Black
Blue
Oyster
Green
Camel
Carmine

OEM Brochures


1979 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Advertisement

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