Hot Wheels: 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS by Detroit Speed – One Take

Hot Wheels: 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS by Detroit Speed – One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS by Detroit Speed – One Take

This 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo “G-Body” is the development car for Detroit Speed and Engineering’s G-Body suspension kit. It is a highly original car with just 80,000 miles on it, an original interior, and the original Chevy 305 V8 and 3-speed automatic transmission. But Detroit Speed’s ride and handling division made magic out of mud by completely revamping the steering, suspension, chassis, brakes, wheels, and tires, turning this Monte Carlo in to a beautiful North Carolina Cruiser.

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Full Disclosure: Detroit Speed and Engineering provided a flight, a rental car, hotel room, and two delicious North Carolina meals towards the production costs of this video.

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29 Replies to “Hot Wheels: 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS by Detroit Speed – One Take”

  1. I have a 1986 monte carlo SS and would like to do the same set up on mine
    can u tell me which suspension kit u guys put in this monte front and back and which disc brake kit also ??

  2. I remember back when I was in HS, this guy's dad bought him a brand-new '87 Monte Carlo SS. White. He wanted to race my '67 289 Mustang. Smoked his ass.

  3. I used to have an 86 SS… I was eyeballing a malibu wagon w/a Monte front clip swap, my spreadsheet says I can do a budget one for under $5K. For a few xtra $, I think you could bump a widebody out of the rear and get some rubber under it.

  4. Detroit speed is always happy to swap whatever V8 you want into this or any other g body. Trust me when i tell you that they are in the middle of nascar country and have an engine for you that gets with the program!

  5. They didn't never sold a 84 ss they were made in 84 but introduced in 85. No such thing as a 84 don't believe me call gm smh nobody wants a SS anyhow.

  6. I love those things. I've owned a blue84, a white 88 and a maroon 88. I built a 406 for the 88. They were way better cars than a Grand national. They had gas shocks, big sway bars, quick ratio steering box. The Grand National had none of that

  7. I bought one of the first two SS Monte Carlos made IN 1983 not ‘84. Also,this is not the SS factory interior as it came from the factory. ‘83/84 had blue seats with white trim and SS embroidered on the headrests. Door panels were two tone as well. It was very common for these to be stolen and stripped-then put back together with standard Monte Carlo interior pieces-such as you see in this video.

  8. I owned a 88 SS the steering was tight as hell and awesome from factory, no need to change steering box out. As a matter of fact guys who own classic chevys will replace the box with a factory monte carlo ss steering box

  9. You think they would have slid it around some corners or something during the video.. Car didn't see a curve in the entire video. Didn't get to see and of the components either ??

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