Not unusual, the wagon I have listed is the same way. The speedo unit would fail and if the dealer didn't have the correct one they installed the 76-77 after 75.
Quite the coincidence ain't it? Two red 1/10ths 100 mph speedos installed in 1974 Monaco's ... in the same thread
So the 1975 replacement speedos were 120's ? And if a 1974 Monaco had speedo failure after 1975, it then got a 1976-77 100 ? Which makes me want to nit-pick again about the mileage in the ad lol, the replacement speedo has the 83,000 miles. The car has that amount plus 2 or 3 years of driving before that, is what I'm thinkin'.
I just had a thought to go through every 1974 Monaco thread here and look at the speedos ... I got a small headache thinking about doing that so I called in sick and am going back to bed.
Hi everyone, This can be marked as sold. It took me to 11 months to get -74 Monaco, so I’m very happy that I got this ”Greenie”. The car will travel quite far to east, in Finland. First, I’ll check it in detail and see what need to be done to keep it reliable running. I was thinking to wrap it in Blumo style, if the paint is as good as in the pics. So all adivices more than welcome.
THIS CAR SHOULD HAVE SOLD THE DAY POSTED,, I agree it would be to hard to blumo ...just LOOK at that chrome/paint,,,man I do not have inside room THIS CAR DEMANDS INDOOR STORAGE SOME ONE GO OUT WEST AND BUY IT PLEASE!!!!!!
MAN WHEN I MENT WEST ,,,I DID NOT MEAN ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN WEST WOW!!!!!! SO MANY USA CARS OVERSEAS,,,, i guess the trend will always be ,,,free world for most part any way,, just dont like our old iron disappear usa forever oh well thats progress,,or whatever, what does the board THINK