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Chevrolet Monza Air Conditioning & Heat
Chevrolet Monza Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Chevrolet Monza Brakes
Chevrolet Monza Charging and Staring Systems
Chevrolet Monza Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Chevrolet Monza Cooling System
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Chevrolet Monza Emission System
Chevrolet Monza Engines & Components
Chevrolet Monza Exhaust
Chevrolet Monza Exterior
Chevrolet Monza Filters
Chevrolet Monza Gaskets
Chevrolet Monza Gauges
Chevrolet Monza Glass
Chevrolet Monza Ignition System
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Chevrolet Monza Lighting & Lamps
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Chevrolet Monza Safety & Security
Chevrolet Monza Suspension & Steering
Chevrolet Monza Transmission & Drivetrain
Chevrolet Monza Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Chevrolet Monza Wheels and Tires
Chevrolet Monza Other Parts

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Chevrolet Monza -
The Monza was a rear wheel drive car only produced for 5 years, from 1975 until 1980, as a replacement for the Chevrolet Vega. It was based on the GM H-body platform.
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The Monza came as a 3 door hatchback, 2 door coupe, and 2 door station wagon. The car's performance depended greatly on the engine that came with it. Choices went from an inline 4 cylinder to a V8. With the larger engine, space under the hood was so crowded that one spark plug had to be accessed from the drivers side wheel well. The car was originally designed to take the GM Wankel rotary engine, a project that was eventually scrapped. The 2+2 version won Motor Trend's Car of the Year when it was introduced in 1975. There were several other model and trim variations, including the Special Edition, Spyder, and Mirage. Some of these are very rare today. If you are looking to buy one I suggest using eBay, where you can also find parts to fix one if you've already got one rotting away in your garage.
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