Here we have a high performance HG GTS 350 in the ever popular Lakeside Green Colour with black contrasting trim.
All the hard works has been done,
Regretful Sale !
This Sydney car is as follows:
Is NOT a numbers matching vehicle
Has a restored interior- new seats, hood-liner, carpet, re-chromed dash, seat belts etc.
Original steering wheel
High Performance motor making 450 horsepower with supporting Dyno Report!
Engine mods include:- 350 Dart block, 4 bolt mains, 750 Double pumper, Victor Junior Valley Cover, Scat Rods, Flat-top pistons Aluminium heads, Twisted Wedge Port Heads with stainless steel valves, Crane Springs and retainers, Screw in studs, Guide plates, Crane Roller Rockers, MSD Ignition, Crane Cam (Solid), 11 inch clutch, billet flywheel, Heavy Duty Pressure Plate, Muncie 4 Speed Manual, Hurst Shifter, New Tailshaft, Shortened 9 inch differential, 355 diff ratio, 33 Spline Billet Axles, New lowered suspension.
Custom wheels etc, etc.
Decoded as follows:
Model – 81837GR Trim – 1806-11X – Antique Gold (Now Black) Paint – 567 – 12188 – Lakeside Green Metallic
1837 – Monaro GTS 350
H6 -Pagewood, Sydney
For further photos and information, please call Chester on 0414239028 TODAY
ABOUT THE HG MONARO GTS 350
The HG manual GTS 350 scored the four-barrel Rochester Qaudrajet carburettor and an engine claiming 300 horses. Transmission was a four-speed M21. If you opted for the Powerglide auto, you scored a 275-horse engine.
Which transmission you chose also altered the suspension you scored: more track-oriented with the manual, and more comfort with the auto.
The chassis was very conventional for the time. Up front you had an independent set-up with a stabiliser bar, while out back it was a live axle and leaf springs. The diff was a Salisbury limited slip unit. Steering was recirculating ball. Brakes (remember those cruising speeds?) 268mm discs up front and 254mm drums out back.