Green Machine

Project Quick Facts

Profile ID: 2135
Year: 1979
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Monte Carlo
Markets: Muscle Car, Performance, Racing
Vehicle Type: American
Contact: Jerrie Stewart


The "Green Machine" is a 1979 Chevy Monte Carlo created by UMI Performance.

Engine: 383 SBC, AFR 195 heads, 6” Rods, Mahle pistons, 10:1 compression, Isky hydraulic roller 248/252 @ 0.050, Hedman 1-3/4” long tube headers, Edelbrock RPM air gap intake, Mighty Demon 750 road race carb prepped by Scott Witmer.

Transmission: Muncie Super Case trans, 4-speed close ratio, coated gears, 7.25 Quartermaster Pro Series clutch, Lakewood Bell Housing.

Rear end: Auburn road race posi, Moser street axles, Moser rear cover, Richmond 3.73 gears.

Front Suspension: UMI upper and lower a-arms with taller ball joints, 1.5” of additional spindle height, UMI 1-1/4” front sway bar.

Rear Suspension: UMI upper and lower control arms with Roto-Joints, UMI ¾” pro-touring adjustable rear sway bar, UMI bolt in rear coilover using Viking adjustable shocks and shock tower frame brace.

Shocks: Viking front coilover with adjustable Crusader shocks. UMI rear coilover kit with adjustable Viking Crusader shocks.

Brakes: Front, UMI Corvette C5 conversion brackets with Wilwood aluminum hubs. Rear disc brakes with Wilwood calipers.  Wilwood master cylinder and brake pads.

Wheels: Boss 338, 18” x 9.5”

Tires: Bridgestone RE71R 275/35/18

Gauges: Dakota Digital VHX

Seats: Corbeau LG1