Chevrolet Racing
Monte Carlo Specs


The 2000 GM Goodwrench Service Plus #3 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The Monte Carlo has maintained its stock look by keeping the race-car profile much the same as its production version. Others distinctive shapes have been incorporated to keep the aura of a stock Chevrolet in the race car.

Viewed from the front, the grille shape and headlight decals proclaim it’s a Monte Carlo. The hood carries the stock-type crisp accent lines that run from the headlights to the windshield.

Of course, to make sure you know it’s a Chevrolet, the famous Bow Tie logo is a prominent in the center of the nosepiece.


2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Production Car vs. Race Car


2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Production Car

2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Race Car

EXTERIOR: Wheelbase 110.5 in. 110.5 in.
Length 197.9 in. 197.9 in.
Width 72.7 in. 72.7 in
Height 55.2 in. 55.2 in.
Tread-Front 62 in. 62 in.
Tread-Rear 61.4 in. 61.4 in.
Curb Weight 3,340 lbs. 3,500 lbs.
CHASSIS: Design Front-wheel drive Rear-wheel drive
Type Unitized body Tube Frame
  Suspension Front Independent Independent
Suspension Rear Independent Full-floating axle
Steering Power Rack-and-pinion Recirculating ball
Brakes Four wheel anti-lock disc Four wheel disc
Wheels 16 in x 6.5 in. 9.5 in x15 in.
Tires P225/60R16 28 x 12.00 x 15
ENGINE: Type 3800 cc OHV Series II V6 V8
Displacement 3.8 liters 12-valve (231 Cu. In.) 358 cu. In
Compression Ratio 9.4:1 12.0:1
Induction System Sequential-port fuel inj. 830 cfm 4-barrel
Horsepower 200 hp @ 5,200 rpm 725 hp @ 7,800 rpm
Torque 225 ft. Lbs. @ 4,000 rpm 535 ft. lbs. @ 6,000 rpm
Fuel Economy MPG 20/City 29/Highway 4.5 (Intermediate Track)
TRANSMISSION: Type 4-speed automatic 4-speed manual
CAPACITIES: Fuel System 17 gallons 22 gallons
Oil System 4.5 qt. 20 qt.
Cooling System 11.7 qt. 14 qt.
Passengers 5 1


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