A Personal Car for Every Person: 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo brochure

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The introduction of the Monte Carlo was perfectly timed with the advent of what author Tom Wolfe termed the “Me Decade.” So-called “personal cars” – those upscale, luxury-themed two-doors that placed an emphasis on image over practicality – had been around forever, but they came into real focus in the 1960s with cars like the Thunderbird, Riviera and Toronado. Pontiac combined the 118-inch sedan wheelbase with a...

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