76 monte carlo

Asked by Mar 20, 2017 at 06:45 PM about the 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Question type: General

I have a 1976 monte Carlo i am restoring  and i
have a 1975 monte Carlo. Are all parts of the 75
interchangeable with the 76 like the doors, fenders,
front end, ect.

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On the '75 fenders, the turn signal lens is in the fender, where as the '76 are not, and the grill and head lights are different between the two. Otherwise there the same body style.

My coil springs are shot. I have 10" P295R70 tires on it. What can i use to raise the rear end of the car? I have air shocks on it but was told the car is to heavy. The springs for the car are not tall enough.

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