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Review I no longer own this car, but I felt it deserved my review. Bought this car used in 2002 with 23,000 miles on her. At the time it was overall the best car I had ever owned, and I've owned quite a few. At 34k the rear seals went bad, (a common problem with the 3100 that year). At about 45k I replaced the brakes. The muffler cracked at 60k...replaced that. The gas tank at 64k and the water pump at 85k. I put new tires on when I first bought her, and they passed inspection in May 2012. Other than those repairs, all I did was change the oil and rotate the tires. In Nov. of 2012, I traded the old girl in on a 1998 Monte Carlo Z34 with only 45k which I will review as well. The best car I ever had!
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What options are available on the 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo?
Available Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1998 Submodel Types: Coupe
Available Trims: SS, LS, LT, LTZ
Exterior Colors: Black, Victory Red, White, Galaxy Silver Metallic, Superior Blue, Dark Silver Metallic, Laser Blue Metallic, Medium Green Pearl, Black/Black, Cappuccino Frost Metallic, Medium Gray Metallic, Silverstone Metallic, Torch Red, Victory Red/Victory Red