1977 Chevy Monza MIRAGE

1977 Chevrolet Monza Mirage

Technical specifications of Chevrolet Monza 1977

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Item location: Tempe, Arizona, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Monza
Type: Coupe
Trim: Mirage
Year: 1977
Mileage: 100,000
VIN: 4809677901
Color: White
Engine size: 305 V8
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

FOR SALE 2.0Conditions with a local shop who had agreed to finish this (est. $10k) have fallen through due to owner/employee issues. I'm taking the car back it seems to my shop where I have no room and time to finish it. Too many other projects, little time, less money and no space. We'd planned to take the car to auction in Jan here in AZ but now I either have to find a new shop, hope "my guy'" can do it at home (we know how that goes) or just move on. Pains me to let it go but with a garage full of MCs to work in there's other needs too. You saw it with a BUY IT NOW of $7500 a few months ago. Today it's market value; you tell me what you'll pay.

PREVIOUS LISTING:1977 Monza Mirage. 305 V8. Automatic. Bone stock stuff here. The goal was a restoration not a custom. Minimal changes have been made to the car to keep that going forward. Purchased some years ago and started the 'minor restoration'..like most things it went way deeper. Today the car needs to be completed. The body is extremely sound and rust free. A front corner of the unibody was sectioned on it from a minor crunch. The underside is overly detailed with plenty of powder coat and under coat (not hiding any rust either...) The engine was complete rebuilt by Basko Engins (Gilbert AZ), the Trans by AZ Transmissions. All the suspension gone over and rebuilt. Rear and freshened. All the plastic body parts are here including the chin spoiler. The plastic body molding strips also- a small chip in one, the piece is here somewhere also! Carpet kit is here, all the seats have been professionally restored to oe spec with correct materials. Door hinges repaired and rebushed. Underside is detailed with a ton of powder coating (it's cheap) and much of the hardware is either replace or has been zinc plated. All the glass is here. Lighting and exterior trim, louvers etc all here. (no rear window louvers, sorry) And on,. and on..and on..
Overall the parts to complete this car are about 95% or more here. The work needs to be done. It's been on my rack for over a year without anything being done to it. I hate to see it go but I need the space.
Can't begin to be certain how much $ is invested in this to date. $12...15K maybe? Never saved receipts and don't want to know. Included are two images per the rules, far more images are available via drop box. From the sale ones when I purchased it (some may recall it) to the repairs, parts prep, bodywork, yadayadayada.....they are not in any particular order tho.
Needs: paint, decals, interior assembly, dash covering, final suspension assembly, started up, brake mc fit and bled, assembly..assembly..assembly...my loss is your gain.
Few more thoughts.
Manifolds are Jethot coated
Wheels polished (outside)
Tires are race rubber for roller purpose only
Seats are recovered and bagged
Door panels are recovered and bagged
Have much of the rubber purchased from Clyde over the years
Headliner is redone and at home
No dash plaque
Have MAT door sticker
Title is open and from WSCar had A/C, compressor is questionable
New heater core
Have new carb etc for the motor, it's pretty complete
No exhaust system
Fuel tank was 'hot tanked' so it should be good...get a good filter!
Has the new motor mounts
Have piles of parts, hardware and other items that are either new, or rebuilt etc
All the bumper covers are here and in good shape
Lighting is all here and hen picked for good ones
New steering shaft fabricated post oem junk being non repairable (think Borgeson parts)
Rear brakes are NOT done...those springs and crap look scary...
Car resides on some junk springs for now that are cut down for easy install and removal now, originals here
Interior floor has a number of sound panels in places, stuff is too heavy to do it all, should work well now with pad
Have spare wheel and tire (original)
More louvers, misc items etc in boxes upstairs

On Jun-06-17 at 16:56:51 PDT, seller added the following information:

Recent work, changes: Now includes the battery and new starter. As well as some plumbing work and confirmation of the in-tank pump working. Plan was to fire it off soon. Need exhaust and proper crank pulley before that can happen as well as belts and cooling system work. *Note: this is a fully pro built engine rebuild in here. Not sure I have the receipt but I'd say it was around $2k? Can't speak to the details, nothing special just a good going through with a new parts as needed. It's a cruiser, not a race car.

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