Chevrolet Monza IMSA
1976 - 1977?

    Send me pictures of your ride and it's engine, interior, suspension and modifications you've made along with some information about the car and I'll post them here.   Use my photo guide to give you some idea of what we need.   Also, save your pictures using this naming scheme "monza-spyder-yr-Ken_Mahoy-engine-alternator_bracket-090.jpg" (replace "yr" with the year of the vehicle).   That helps me keep track of the make and model, the year, who sent the pictures, any details of what the picture is of (such as the engine-alternator_bracket), and roughly what the angle is (000, 045, 090, 135, 180, 225, 270, or 315 degrees).   If you send multiple shots of the same thing from the same angle just add a -2, etc. to the file name.   This helps me categorize the photos as they come in and give proper credit to those who've sent them.   And as always, I reserve the right to modify (brighten, contrast, crop, etc.) all photos.

Bob Gumm

Hotrod Magazine May 1985 story of an IMSA paneled, turbocharged V8 that the owner swears will do 155 mph.  V8 equipped H-Bodies are easily capable of 150+ mph.  Mine has seen 165 a few times and no I don't drive that speed on the highway.  I am serious about highway safety and the safety of others, so drive like you want others to drive - sensibly.

There are "RACE ONLY" IMSA Monzas


and IMSA Monzas at home in either environment

Michael Keyser in his '76 IMSA Monza, #1 (pictured above & below)

Michael Keyser in his '77 IMSA Monza, #1


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