1985 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 4.3Liter V6 from North America
A rolling La-Z-Boy
Fuel pump gave out at 77,000 miles.
What's not to like. A Monte from this era (when Montes still had style) is a gem to behold. This car is inexpensive and simple to repair. Mechanics actually like working on it for its' "old school" appeal. I got the car for $500 from a woman who had completely neglected it, so it needed quite a bit of rehabilitation. The oil was the color of pitch; just to give you a sense. After a complete tune-up, alignment, tires, ball joints, radiator, fuel filter and a new OEM hood ornament, it's stylin'. Gun metal gray paint. Need I say more?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 13th August, 2004