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I love it when two similar, but separate cars come through the Hemmings.com classifieds at nearly the same time, affording us an opportunity to compare and contrast. For example, just recently, two of GM’s early 1970s personal luxury cars popped up, a 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix, and a 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, both in similar condition and offered for similar prices. The sellers even took similar head-on photos of the cars! From the Grand Prix’s description:
Time capsule found! Enthusiast’s widow lovingly stored this beauty until now. He would want it to be driven and enjoyed instead. The car is rust free and correct. No mechanical issues other than a carb cleaning from sitting.
And from the Monte Carlo’s description:
Original Owner. Luxury Hot Rod. 1973 Monte Carlo S. Top of the Line Landau. Triple Black (Vinyl roof, body, and interior). Factory 454C.I. ingine, 400 Turbo automatic transmissin. Matching numbers. Heavy duty handling suspension with front and rear anti roll stabilizer bars. Power windows. Tilt steering wheel.
Locations aside, which would you park in your garage?