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Country of origin:United States
Produced from:1975 - 1977
Numbers built:14
Price new:$38,500
Designed by:Lee Dykstra
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:January 02, 2014
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Chassis 1002 The first Chevrolet Monza built by DeKon for a customer, chassis 1002 was sold new to Harry Theodoracopoulos. He crashed the car heavily during the very first practice and it had to be returned to DeKon for repairs. Here the chassis was fitted with an additional safety bar t>>>

Chassis 1003 Chassis 1003 was the third DeKon Monza built and was originally raced by the 'works' team. At its debut, in the 1975 Daytona Finale, Al Unser started the car from second but retired early in the race. For 1976, it was allocated to Michael Keyser, who was altogether more succ>>>

Chassis 1004 Sold new to Tom Frank, this DeKon Monza was extensively raced by Huffaker under the Executive Industries banner. Its first outing came late in 1976 when Frank finished an impressive eighth at Laguna Seca after starting 19th. Whereas most other DeKon Monzas struggled with rel>>>

Chassis 1007 First raced at the 1976 Laguna Seca 100 miles, this chassis was ordered by Jerry Jolly. He raced the car in IMSA and Trans-Am events for the better of a season and managed to score one podium finish; a third in the 1977 Portland Trans-Am raced. From the summer of 1978, chass>>>

Chassis 1011 Built in 1977, this is one of a pair of DeKon Monzas campaigned by owner Chris Cord and Jim Adams. Before it was raced for the first time, it was completely rebuilt to an even higher standard by Cord's chief engineer Doane Spencer. Cord and Adams raced the car for many years>>>

  Article Image gallery (77) Chassis (5) Specifications