2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo (LS, SS, Super Sport) | Conceptcarz.com

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Monte dual personality is well to buyers. The current 1999 is the best-selling midsize coupe in

‘Monte Carlo is a very personal driving machine surrounds you wîth performance in a environment,’ said Ritter. call it ‘classy wîth a streak.’ It can be either, or both. The you show the world is up to you.’

The new Carlo is designed wîth our 4-point Driver Interface that maximizes the driving between driver and machine. It such amenities as newly seats and a NASCAR-inspired instrument and gauge cluster. It also an impressive Total Performance — a carefully engineered combination of components that inspire that’s sure to please enthusiasts.

The new Monte Carlo is in LS and performance-oriented SS models. The LS comes wîth a 3400 SFI (Sequential Injection) V6 engine and the SS comes wîth the award winning, SFI V6 engine.

Styling that’s wîth a Wild Streak’

is in the eye of the beholder, and potential buyers the sleek and classy body of Monte Carlo a strong in customer clinics.

‘Coupe want a car that gets noticed at the traffic lights,’ Don Parkinson, Monte Carlo manager. ‘That’s why Monte is such a great fit for the midsize market. It’s a car that recognize instantly on the street, and our tells us that’s what want.’

At the same time, the Monte Carlo reflects its heritage wîth a long, hood, short rear athletic-stance, distinctive ‘C’ and elegant interior trim that have long the signature of the brand. Designers bold styling lines Monte Carlo reminiscent of models from the ‘70s and Along wîth distinctive and a modern spin-off of the ‘70s Carlo taillamps, this new Carlo delivers a sporty, look wîth strong of sophistication.

Its NASCAR racing inspired Monte Carlo’s new sheet metal. Its hood, and decklid are the same ones will be used on the new Monte race cars that run at over two-hundred miles per at NASCAR tracks across the Racing had a major influence on the Monte Carlo bold and wind tunnel testing was a key of the design process. The close and authentic association allows Monte Carlo owner to like a champion.’

‘GM was involved in the very early of Monte Carlo’s development,’ Vehicle Line Executive, White. ‘Their input Monte Carlo achieve a that is attractive and functional. a shape that works on the street and on the racetrack.’

The Heart and of a Champion

‘The Monte name deserves great and a sporty driving experience,’ Chief Engineer Greg ‘That’s just what want in a coupe and expect Chevrolet.’

Monte Carlo the spirit of its NASCARcounterpart; that combined wîth the exclusive Performance System™ combine to the fun-to-drive performance that buyers crave. This consists of carefully engineered that deliver an unparalleled of solid structure, excellent power and efficiency, and smooth and response.

Powertrain

Engine has been enhanced for the all-new Carlo LS by a 3400 SFI V6 that 180 horsepower — 20 more than the standard 3100 SFI V6. For even power, the optional 3800 SFI V6 standard on Monte Carlo SS, 200 horsepower and 225 lb.-ft. of torque torque than the competition. The V6 has appeared on Ward’s Auto list of ‘Ten Best for three consecutive years.

It ample torque for superb and performance off the line.

Ride and

The new car also features a wider and rear track width its predecessor and all its major competitors for ride and stability. Its precise, coupe handling is attributed to a independent suspension, larger rotors than the previous standard 16′ wheels and and responsive §teering. Monte SS features standard all-speed Control, an impressive Sport and responsive performance tires, provides handling.

Structure

Carlo incorporates an aluminum cradle that provides a foundation for the powertrain, front §teering and front sheet It is lightweight and strong and contributes to the satisfying Monte Carlo experience.

From the floor pan to the doors and a significant reduction in noise and was achieved by strengthening and stiffening structural components. An engineering in achieving these low levels of and vibration was the development of the MagBeam™, a beam that spans the of the instrument panel and helps vibration that can occur time, especially in the heating, air conditioning (HVAC) and audio Attention to noise reduction the hissing sound that occurs in an AC refrigerant system, and contributed to improved window and seals.

Comfort and Safety for Life

Monte Carlo a ‘personal reward’ for its owner more than expected

Even though Monte offers the roominess of a luxury it also lets drivers like they are behind the of a race car: a prime of its dual personality. The cockpit-style and ergonomically-designed driver’s seat to surround the driver as if in a NASCAR car, while also function and comfort in a luxurious Monte Carlo’s gauge is both attractive and functional a ‘multi-layered’ appearance.

Its new seats designed by a special Chevrolet Comfort Team that dozens of competitive seat for strengths and weaknesses. The result: seating achieved by an elusive between long-term comfort and lateral support.

Monte SS features uplevel Sport bucket seats, a leather-wrapped wheel, and a long list of features including:

• Separate and front-passenger temperature controls.

• gauge package

• Steering radio controls

• Cruise

• Remote Keyless Entry

• Luggage area cargo net

• decklid spoiler

• 16′ aluminum wheels.

Even its midsize exterior, Monte has up to seven additional cubic of interior space versus competitors, allowing for a more luxurious interior, more room and roomy backseat. In compared to non-GM vehicles, Carlo offers one of the roomiest and trunks in its §egmènt.

Convenience abound throughout Monte that just can’t be in any other competitor. To begin there’s the message center provides information on 17 important functions, like when the oil needs changing. Its new sound incorporates Radio Data (RDS) technology.

This new among other features, changes the time on the radio at the push of a button when into a new time zone, and can normal broadcasting for weather or bulletins.

When it comes to Monte Carlo leaves little to chance. Consider its list of safety features:

• Carlo meets 2003 Federal standards for enhanced protection.

• Largest in class disc antilock brake (ABS)

• Efficient use of heavier steel enhances occupant without unnecessary weight

• and right front-passenger air bags*

• Daytime Running Lamps

• inflation monitor.

Other features on Monte Carlo include:

• All-speed Traction for better grip on slippery (standard on SS only)

• Electric sunroof

• 6-way power seat

• 6-way power seat

• Dual power outside rearview mirrors

• and front- passenger heated

• Trap-resistant trunk kit (available as a option)

• Chevy Quality, and Durability

‘At the end of the day, of our efforts would pay off if we couldn’t outstanding QRD (quality, reliability and Parkinson §äid. ‘In business, a slick design may get you a measure of success, but if you skimp on you’ll ultimately pay for it in the marketplace. We fall into that

The new Monte Carlo will be at GM’s Oshawa, Ontario, facility the #1-rated midsize plant for initial product

A one-piece stamping is used to the door ring and rear panel. This eliminates lowers vehicle weight and fit and finish. And the aluminum engine stiffer and more corrosion-resistant a steel component allows for front-end sheet metal as well as reducing the negative of twisting and shake over

Added floorboard reinforcements, into the rocker panels, further protection against the process. And two-sided galvanized on all body panels (except the provides excellent corrosion and a four-step basecoat/clearcoat paint is used to protect against the of sun and acid rain.

Monte also boasts a simplified system that features technology that reduces the of wires and the number of connections, reducing the potential for something to go And an optional Driver Information Center that includes garage door opener, a computer, outside temperature and and anti-theft alarm system.

‘When you sum it up,’ Parkinson ‘we’ve managed to capture all of the that have made the Carlo a great car over the in a way that today’s customers It’s a great blend of present and future and we’re proud of it.’

Living Úp to its

2000 Monte Carlo history on May 30, 1999, as the first car to two prestigious races in one day: the 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the 600 NASCAR race at Lowe’s Speedway in Charlotte, North Driving the Monte Carlo car at the Indy 500 was comedian Jay Leno, of NBC’s Emmy-winning and top-rated Tonight Show wîth Jay At the Coca-Cola 600 NASCARrace, it was racing and a top NASCAR team owner Childress driving the Monte pace car. The Monte pace car is scheduled to pace 12 events from March to at top races across the country.

Carlo owners have been a different breed of They enjoy their car and the driving experience, and this Monte Carlo will satisfy their need for a ride wîth a wild for fun and performance.

‘We created the new Carlo in the original spirit of the said Parkinson. ‘It is classy wîth a wild Whether your passion is looks or spirited performance, Carlo is designed to unleash the aficionado in all of us.’

Source GM Corporation

WHAT’S NEW AND HIGHLIGHTS

The Monte Carlo is all-new, its stunning new shape down to the rotors. Following are only a few of its new

Interior

• Newly designed wîth 4-point Driver System™

• Driver Message and NASCAR-inspired gauge cluster

• wheel controls for the audio and control systems (standard on Carlo SS and optional on Monte LS)

• Seats feature exceptional and support.

Safety and Security

audio theft-deterrent system

pressure monitoring system on both models)

Traction (standard on SS, not available on LS).

3400 V6 (standard in Monte LS)

3800 V6 (standard in Monte SS)

New extruded aluminum engine

Source – Chevrolet

on September 18, 1969, the Monte was only available as a four luxury two door coupe. An mid-size vehicle that designed as a personal luxury the Chevrolet Monte Carlo was at the height of GM muscle car power Originally created as Chevy’s to the new A-body Pontiac Grand Monte Carlo was the creation of M. Estes, general manager of and Chevrolet’s chief stylist, Holls.

The styling of the Monte closely mimicked the more Cadillac Eldorado, though of the body and structure were with the Chevelle.

Showcased the Buick Riviera and the Pontiac Prix, the Monte Carlo had a bit of in the gentlemen’s performance market. The Carlo shared a very period in the limelight as a muscle shortly following its introduction the fell out of favor in Detroit.

The Carlo was originally intended as to the Ford Thunderbird for the 1970 year, and has continued to last six generations to date. Closely on a contemporary mid-sized sedan, all Carlos have remained as coupes. From the beginning, the Carlo has been one of GM’s successes on the NASCAR stock car circuit.

Fitted with the ever hood on a Chevrolet, the Carlo rode on a 116 inch and was based on the A-body Chevelle with 6 footer hood. any Chevelle engine was available, all Carlos came standard at least a 350 cubic inch V8 To create a more muscular bulges were added to the

Except for the fake wood the Monte Carlo shared the same dashboard as the Chevelle. The price was $3,123, and cost $218 more than the Malibu.

A fully equipped Carlo cost more $5,000 with all of the various These options included manual being replaced by Powerglide automatic transmission, or manual, though most Carlo’s carried the Turbo-Hydramatic. available options included Season Air Conditioning, power Variable-Ratio Power Steering, windows, Strato bucket full instrumentation, Rallye and much more.

The Monte SS 454 package was the most sporting and received an updated blacked-out body panel in 1971. The new also included front and stabilizer bars and dash knows with international and heavy-duty front and rear A variety of models came new rubber rear bumper The LS-5 454 was rated at 365 bhp, was an increase of 5 bhp, despite horsepower rating for other GM this year.

Priced at the SS package included a standard 454 of 454 in³ (7.4 L) with a four-barrel which was rated at 360 hp (269 kW) at rpm and 500 ft•lbf (678 N•m) of at 3500 rpm.

The package included wider heavy-duty suspension, and an automatic rear suspension. Though it $222 extra, the Turbo-Hydramatic was a required option with the SS Although only counting for than 3% of Monte Carlo’s in 1970, the SS was quite a fast that was comparably equipped to the SS 454, and only weighed a bit

From its introduction until the vehicle remained virtually when the SS package was deleted and by the Custom package which as a one-year only offering. Custom package featured a suspension and other options with the SS option. But unline the it was available with any engine on the

The 454 in³ V8 engine remained optional in Carlos all the way through 1975.

Chevrolet Monte Carlo

sales were limited in when a labor strike cut profits and dropped sales at rather than the projected Most Monte Carlos for full list price, in the end paid of and made it a profitable The SS 454s only accounted for units of 1970 Monte sales.

Only slight updates were made on the Monte Carlo, including vertical taillights. The SS model new ‘European symbol knobs,’ and the of a four-spoke steering wheel. The Turbo Fire 400 was deleted mechanically everything else the same.

Despite the reduction in ratio, the SS 454 engine was raised to a 365 gross.

In 1972 the Monte received a Cadillac-like eggcrate that was very similar to the Chevy Caprice. The final for the first generation design, the and metal rear trim highlighted the updates for the ’72 An industry-wide switch to SAE nt hp numbers lead to a reduction in the rated of all Chevy engines, though the stayed the same.

In addition to the Strato bucket seats, the new of all-vinyl upholstery with the bench seat was the only in the interior trim.

The standard in California was the 4-barrel carbureted to comply with more emissions standards. Turbo was the only transmission available in

The second generation of Monte were introduced in 1973 and new Chevy parts along a sleek new look. Still its 116-inch wheelbase, the new design of the was highlighted with deep that were borrowed the GM Colonnade coupe.

A brand new Monte Carlo was released other GM intermediates in 1973. the pattern of other GM mid-size this second generation of Carlos no longer featured a but instead a pillared coupe rear side opera and a frameless door glass. New features included dual that were positioned an egg-crate grille with a Carlo emblem in front, and taillights that were above the bumper.

In 1973 mandated 5 mph bumpers required all passengers vehicles sold in the with the 5 mph requirement extended to bumpers.

The basic all-coil was carried over along the separate body-on-frame construction. The Monte Carlo showcased a of innovations to improve both the and handling these features standard radial-ply tires, steering, Pliacell shock and front and rear anti-roll The radial-tuned system was included in the Monte Carlo when the transmission was ordered, as well as ‘traditional’ steering and bias-ply

This earned the Monte S label.

A brand new, cockpit-style instrument panel was inside the ’73 Monte This panel was quite to other contemporary Pontiacs, and Oldsmobiles where the gauges and instruments were centered easy reach of the driver. in the 1973 model was the simulated elm trim. ‘Strato Bucket’ of brand new design were an option, while a split seat was standard.

Floor with shifter and storage was also optional. Able to nearly 90 degrees to permit entry to both driver and passenger, the bucket seats of a one-piece high-back design. cloth and vinyl trims offered with both and bench seats.

Named Trend’s ‘Car of the Year’ for the acclaim was found in the styling and of the Euro-style ride and handling. A new record was reached for Chevrolet for year with nearly units sold for the model

The Monte Carlo Landau was the new for 1973 and was basically an ‘S’ Turbine II wheels, driver and sport mirrors and a rear Landau vinyl roof.

The of only minor detail for the 1974 model year, the Carlo received a revised in the front, along with and slimmer vertical tailings in the of the vehicle. The license plate was slightly and a larger 5mph bumper was another additional Discontinued, the base Monte with only manual standard suspension and bias-ply was deleted in ’74, leaving the ‘S’ and ‘Landau’ models.

These models did have tires and upgraded suspensions, as as standard power steering and disc brakes.

Setting a new sales record of over units despite the Arab Oil of late 1973 and early that greatly depleted the of standard and intermediate-sized vehicles in of smaller compacts, the Monte continued to set a new sales record for the The Monte Carlo continued to in the intermediate personal luxury car with the Grand Prix second.

Very few styling were made on the 1975 from the previous year. A new with the Monte Carlo was moved to the center section of the and new vertically shaped taillights horizontal louvers were the styling changes for the ’75 To keep up with the latest and California emission requirements, all received catalytic converters included bonuses such as fuel economy and drivability.

also received longer plug and muffler life, they now required more and lower-octane unleaded gasoline.

The remained the same from the year, though they did the addition of GM’s High electronic ignition that standard equipment and the 454 in³ V8 that was no offered on California vehicles. left the 180 hp (134 kW) 400 in³ four-barrel the top in state of California. Becoming in 1976, all 1975 Monte were now equipped with the Hydra-Matic transmission.

A Custom option that was new for 1975 a plusher cloth 50/50 seat with recliner on the side and lower door carpeting. The interior was standard a bench seat with and vinyl or all-vinyl upholstery. optional with either cloth of vinyl upholstery, the Strato bucket seats and were still an available.

all-vinyl interiors were available for the first time this year with or bucket seats in contrasting of black, red, blue and for either carpet or instrument

Unfortunately, sales declined from 1974’s record-setting due to higher prices that from the addition of the catalytic double-digit inflation and the added of Dodge’s Charger SE and Chrysler’s The production of the 1975 sales at close to 250,000 units

Both Base and Custom models remained the same in though the instrument panel and wheel now featured a new rosewood that replaced the burled of previous years. A two-toned Tone’ paint combination was now a new for 1976.

Reshaped taillights, a new grille and newly vertically rectangular headlamps identified the Monte Carlo. A brand new 140 hp 305 in³ V8 the standard engine, and the 150 hp 350 V8 and 180 hp 400 in³ V8 being the engine for this year. for this year, the big-block 454 in³ V8 was from the option list for year.

All 1976 Monte received the Turbo Hydramatic as equipment.

This year the Carlo hit an all-time exclusive with a production rate of 400,000 units sold year.

Moving to a stand-up ornament in 1977, the Monte emblem changed positions to along with revised lenses. This was the final for the 1973-vintage design before the Monte Carlo was ushered in The engines were now reduced to a two engines, a standard 140 hp two-barrel 305 or a 160 hp four-barrel carbureted 350 engine.

was the only time when an model was larger in every than a full-sized model in all of

The third generation was unveiled in and continued until 1980 the first ever V6 engine for the Carlo. The familiar curves of the design stayed the same, but a new which wrapped around the end, now replaced the original taillights. Rectangular quad, headlights topped off the front of the model, along with the of the turbocharged V6 engine.

Downsized for the model year, all GM intermediate-sized including the Monte Carlo to the 1973 Arab Oil Embargo and requirements. The third generation of Carlos was 700 to 800lbs lighter and 15 shorter than the ’77 A smaller engine compartment was featured and with 350 and 400 in³ V8s that featured previously were in exchange for a standard 231 in³ V6 that was by Buick, or an optional Chevy 305 in³ V8.

For the time in a variety of years a manual transmission reappeared as on the base model with the V6 while the automatic was optional. A manual was offered on the Monte for the first time since With the 305 V8 a four-speed manual with floor shifter was

For 1978 the optional V8 and all Landau came standard with the

The 1979 Monte Carlo received a few minor trim and these included the installation of taillight lenses. A new Chevrolet-built 200 in³ V6 the standard engine for the base Carlo in 49 states. The Buick 231 in³ V6 continued standard as the base on California and all Landau models.

For the 140 hp 305 in³ V8 remained as an option, and a new 120 hp 267 in V8 was offered as an option. A 160 hp version with a carburetor was made available. from the previous year, the transmissions were carried and these included a standard manual and optional four-speed

Other options included an three-speed Turbo Hydramatic Due to low buyer interest, 1979 was the year that Chevrolet offer manual transmissions on the Carlo.

Receiving a slight in the front, the 1980 Monte received quad headlights amber indicators that mounted beneath. A new Chevrolet-built 229 in³ V6 both the 200 in³ V6 of 1979 and the Buick that was offered on all ’78 and an automatic transmission became on all models. Buick’s turbocharged of the 231 in³ V6 rated at 170 hp was a new option for 1980.

267 and 305 in³ of the Chevrolet small-block V8 with up to 160 hp optional engine for this

Defined as the complete new generation of the Monte Carlos, the fourth which ran from 1981 1988 was in a class all of its own. a smoother profile in comparison to years, the Fourth Generation Monte Carlo showcased new taillights that’s were to ’70 to ’77 models. The body was restyled and updated to suit with other GM formal coupes.

The engines carried over from the before, and these included the 229 in³ Chevrolet V6 an optional 267 in³ V8, a turbocharged 170 hp 231 in³ V6 in the Monte Carlo Turbo and a 305 in³ V8 in the and Landau models. Standard on the ’81 model was an automatic power front disc and power steering.

The 1982 Carlo only received revisions. The Monte Carlo model and the turbocharged 231 in³ V6 were while all of the other engines over from the previous A 262 in³ V6 and an Oldsmobile 350 in³ V8, both diesel were offered brand new for year. Mid size vehicles now designated A-body cars, due to the of GM’s new mid-size platform and chassis designations to be shuffled up.

that were formerly were now classified as G-bodies. For a black exterior was not available.

only minor updates, the Monte Carlo gained a grille and interior trim The standard engine continued to be the 229 in³ V6, and the 165 hp 305 in³ V8 was The Super Sport Package, Z65 was again made an option in

The Monte Carlo SS was reintroduced in following twelve years of discontinued. One of the last carbureted, drive ‘muscle cars’, the Carlo SS featured European color-coding, a new front fascia, a spoiler and a V8.

In 1984 the regular Carlo was available standard a 125 hp 229 in³ V6 and the option of 165 hp 305 V8. The final year for the 350 in³ engine in a base Monte only a total of 168 units produced for ’84. For this all engines received the three-speed transmission, except for the three which received the 200-4R with overdrive.

Following the emissions regulations of the late the car-buying public was itching for a vehicle. The SS was a major hit in 1984, and a of 112,730 sport coupes sold, along with an 24,050 with the SS option. The SS floor console and Strato seats as extra-cost options for the time rather than the split bench seat armrest.

Discontinued following the model year, T-tops re-introduced in the 1985 Monte A total of 35,484 Monte SS’s were produced for year, and offered in a variety of black, maroon, silver and Becoming standard on the SS was a four-speed overdrive transmission, the Turbo 200-4R, with a newly sport rear axle that contained 3:73 The 229 in³ V6 and 350 in³ V8 diesel engines were now for good in 1985.

A 262 in³ (4.3 L) V6 was fuel-injected with throttle-body injection was the replacement for the 229.

very unique body were featured for the 1986 Carlo. Showcasing the same body panels that had used since ’81, the model Sport Coupe was available, though now it featured new side mirrors similar to Corvettes and Camaro’s. A Luxury model was the new edition to the 1986 Carlo line. The LS also had new side mirrors, along a revised front fascia and an sharp-looking rear fascia.

New ‘Euro’ headlamps that removable bulbs in a plastic housing rather than the all-in-one glass headlights of before were found on new 86 edition.

Unique for the 1986 was the Aerocoupe model, a modified Sport body that a intensely sloped rear and shorter trunklid that a spoiler. A total of 200 units produced and sold to the public, the number NASCAR officials for road model features to be in the racing.

Chevrolet deleted the Coupe version of the Monte in 1987, which left the SS, LS and the The Aerocoupe has been considered to be one of the beautiful cars ever A total of 6,052 Aerocoupes sold for this year.

On 11, 1987, the final rear drive G-body Monte was constructed at the Pontiac Michigan To the world, this seemed to be the end of the Carlo, but amazingly after a six absence, the vehicle was re-released for a generation in the fall of 1994. no longer available with the Sport package, the Fifth of Monte Carlos were as a front wheel drive, V6 vehicle.

Two available packages the LS along with the sportier and for the final two year, the Z34 featured a 200 hp engine.

The final year for the generation of the Monte Carlo, models were actually late during the previous Only 16,204 SSs were at an asking price of $14,320. Not changed mechanically for this except for the 231 in³ V6 engine being completely.

The Aerocoupe was gone and did not a return for this year. was in the midst of designing the Lumina, a more aerodynamic vehicle exuded sleek body Only producing about of the previous years’ sales, 30,174 units were for the 1988 year.

The fifth of the Chevrolet Monte Carlo was in 1995. The mid-size Lumina was into two different models the Sedan remaining as the Lumina, and the carrying on as the Monte Carlo. the same updated W-body as the Lumina, Oldsmobile Cutlass Grand Prix and a few others, the Monte Carlo was the first drive vehicle of its type.

All Carlos that were from 1995 to 2007 built in Oshawa, Ontario; Prices for the LS were $16,770 and the Z34 was at $18,970.

For this generation, the Carlo was available in two trims, the LS and the The Z34’s featured a powerful 3.4 L V6 engine with 215 hp (160 kW) and 220 (298 N•m) while the LS was by the 3.1 L 3100 V6 putting out 160 hp @5000 rpm kW) and 185 ft•lbf (251 N•m). fifth generation of Monte underwent very minor updates, and remained very the same during its four of production.

A completely new design was in for the sixth generation of Monte Chevrolet not only requested inspiration from GM Motorsports, but from Monte Carlos of the In 2000 the newly released generation was powered by a V6 engine, the knight crest emblems, with the curves of its legacy.

wheel flares, vertically tail-lamps and stylized rear were traits that pulled from older Carlo vehicles.

The SS trim became the first front-wheel SS in the Chevrolet lineup and received the 3.8 L V6. The of the Super Sport (SS) was also market by 2000, and was alongside the standard LS trim. The SS package was introduced in 2004.

at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto the Seventh Generation of Monte were showcased as the companion to the sedan. Producing 210 hp (156kW) the engine is a 3.5 L V6. The SS model utilized the Four small-block V8 in a front drive vehicle for the first

Between 2005 and 2006 much debate has been at to whether a new generation designation is Though much of the exterior panels and glass has remained the the interior was wholly redesigned for the year. The new interior featured a cockpit-style instrument panel a new control center and instrument

The seats and console were revised for this year.

The Carlo will continue to be at Oshawa Car Assembly Plant #1 December of 2007. The Plant #1 then be closed for a month in time all equipment will be to Plant #2. Following the completed only the Lacrosse / Allure and the will continue to be produced the production span of the Monte along with the Grand

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