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Old 06-30-2018, 11:34 PM
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So what is it? It is for sale near me and was just wondering what it is. 454 with bravo and it had a generator. Also had a pretty narrow beam.
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Monza from mid 1980's era.
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An UGLY one?
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Nice hull lines but he needs to adjust that center roller on his trailer.....
Trim tabs look a little bit agricultural so I'm guessing the arch and cabin windows/portholes were all done by the same guy.

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An UGLY one?
My exact first thought!!! haha!
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i almost fell of the chair laughing when I saw the trim tabs.........................
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Its not the prettiest thing thats for sure. Wish i could have got some picks of the interior just to see what it looked like. It was left at a friend's shop.... And then the guy disappeared. The motor runs...and If it had a better trailer I would buy it just to part out.
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Originally Posted by Open72
Monza from mid 1980's era.

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