Any fender from a 1981-88 Monte Carlo should work
The Monte Carlo was a two door coupe made by Chevrolet from 1970 to 1988, and again from 1995 to 2007. From 1981 to 1988 the Monte Carlo was assembled in Arlington, Texas and in Pontiac, Michigan.
It is located under the drivers side front dash. On the left wall to the left of the gas panel.
1981-1987 regal, also possible Monte Carlo & grand prix (same years).
drivers side inner fender wall
You can remove the ignition switch, on your 1981, Monte Carlo, by removing the retaining clip. With the retaining clip removed, whole the switch out and remove the wiring.
It is important to gap the spark plugs at the right size. The spark plug gap for a 1981 305 Monte Carlo is .045 inches.
well... i just bought a 1981 MC Turbo, with an original 95000 miles on it for $3,600...
I dont think so. But im not positive.
it should be under the hood on the passenger side on the firewall.
Bosom Buddies - 1980 On the Road to Monte Carlo 2-5 was released on: USA: 4 December 1981
No, you will have to use another year tranny out of a GM vehicle in that application as GM never put a manual tranny in a 81 monte.
In the carb. housing where the line enters. Take the line out and there is your filter paper,or composite.
the tranny itself is the reservoir, check the level on the tranny dipstick to see that it is full.
The cast of Komm doch mit nach Monte Carlo - 1981 includes: Dierk Hardebeck Hinnerk Jensen Eva Kramer Maria Krasna Ulrike Kriener as Angelika Brunner Rena Liebenow as Frau Brunner Moc Thyssen Ursula von Reibnitz
Assuming you're referring to a postive-track rear end, it was an option, albeit very rare.
Other than slightly revised gauge graphics and center HVAC/radio controls they're identical
Harvey Monte was born in 1981.
Carlo Bandirola died in 1981.
Carlo Prater was born on 1981-06-25.
Carlo Grünn was born on 1981-04-30.
Carlo Villa was born on 1981-03-12.