1970 Holden Monaro HG GTS 350

– 1:32 Scale Die Cast Model
– Official Licensed Product
– Limited Edition
– Certificate of Authenticity
– Highly Collectible
– Superior Quality
– Realistic Features
– Doors, Hood & Trunk Open

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1970 Holden Monaro HG GTS 350 Coupe – Indy Orange

1:32 scale Die-cast Australian Classic Model Car

Limited Edition 1 of 2,500 with Certificate of Authenticity

1970 Holden Monaro HG GTS 350 Coupe Overview

– 1:32 Scale Die Cast Model
– Official Licensed Product
– Limited Edition
– Certificate of Authenticity
– Highly Collectible
– Superior Quality
– Realistic Features
– Doors, Hood & Trunk Open

Holden Monaro

The Holden Monaro is a rear wheel drive coupé that was produced by Holden between 1968 and 1977 and between 2001 and 2006. Three generations of the Monaro have been produced, with the last spawning an all wheel-drive variant, export models and various concept cars.

1970 Holden Monaro

Released on 26 July 1970, the HG Monaro was the last of the original coupé design concept. HG had cleaner lines with brightwork reduced and some re-designed. The HG sported different striping (delete options) which were known as “sidewinder” stripes which ran along the top edge of the fenders, under the windows and finishing just before the rear pillar. The “Monaro” badge on both rear pillars was introduced to all models. For the HG GTS, the “GTS” badges now featured black paint fill, received new black-out paint on rocker panels, with the GTS 350 getting bold treatment with new “sidewinder” stripes and bonnet scoop black-outs. “GTS 350” designations now featured gutsier decals on the fenders and boot lid. Wheel arch moldings were deleted on all models. The “GTS 350” models no longer had the 350 Chevrolet badge on the fender, but rather a bold decal stating “350” as well as blackouts that covered the air-vents on the bonnet. The GTS badge originally above the gills in the fenders would be removed and would now be black instead of red (with the badges being placed on the passenger side of the grille and boot). The taillights had a cleaner look and the grille was redesigned.

Most mechanical specifications remained the same as HT series, with the exception of Monaro GTS (non-350), which had softened suspension, resulting in a smoother ride. Manual HG GTS 350 retained the suspension from the HT GTS 350. Other upgrades included thicker (HT GTS 350 style) power front disc brakes, now standard for all V8 and the 6-cylinder Monaro GTS. The HG would be the final model for the generation and the last to use the original body shell

1970 Holden Monaro HG GTS 350 Coupe Specifications

– Manufacturer: Holden 
– Model: Coupe
– Year: 1970 
– Body Style: 2-door coupe
– Engine: 300 bhp (224 kW) Chevrolet 350 in (5.7 L) V8
– Transmission: 4-speed Manual 
– Length: 4694 mm / 184.8 in 
– Width: 1824 mm / 71.8 in 
– Height: 1390 mm / 54.7 in 

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Model Specifications
Manufacturer: OzLegends
Age: 8+
Material: Die Cast
Designed in: Australia
Made in: China
Colour: Indy Orange
Model Car Size: 14.7cm x 5.7cm x 4.3cm
Approx Weight: 450.00 grams
Shipping: Free within Australia (International Shipping available)

 


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Additional information

Weight 0.95 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 15 cm