Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 2003 posters

Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

For 2000, Chevrolet combined their own design inspiration with classic traits from the older Monte Carlos, such as stylized wheel flares, vertically oriented tail lamps, and a stylized rear bumper. Additionally, the "Knight" badge was brought back, and for the first time since 1988, the Monte Carlo had a full gauge cluster. The "Super Sport" moniker was used to replace the fifth generation's "Z34" designation, and at the request of those in racing, a small "hump" was added to the rear trunk. This hump was smaller than that of the Lincoln Mark VIII and would stay with the Monte Carlo until its discontinuation, though all future trims were later given a spoiler that almost covered it up. The car also borrowed aerodynamic styling and a ducktail spoiler from NASCAR's circuit. The 6th Generation of the Monte Carlo was based on the XXX Monte Carlo Intimidator Concept. Specialty nameplates In 2002, Chevrolet released a "Dale Earnhardt Intimidator Edition" in two different color options: black body with galaxy silver rocker panels and front and rear air dams, and an all black body with black ground effects and a thin red stripe above the silver ground effects. This model featured "Intimidator" SS badges on the right side of the trunk, standard Monte Carlo SS badges at the bottom of the vehicle, the Dale Number 3 logo just behind the rear side windows, as well as a badge with the number 3 on the dash and Earnhardt's signature on the gauge cluster. The interior was upholstered in black "charcoal" leather while 5 spoke, diamond cut wheels came standard. Powering this model was the GM's L36 3800 V6 engine.

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