Monteverdi – Sierra

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Vehicle Overview

The Monteverdi Sierra was a car built between 1977 and 1980 by the Swiss firm Monteverdi, the cars were essentially reskinned Dodge Aspens and Plymouth Volares, although the two convertible versions were based on Dodge Diplomat coupes. The coach work was done by the Italian coach building firm Carrozzeria Fissore, where they were given new front and rear end styling, custom Italian leather interiors, custom gauge clusters, and a custom console. The new styling included Fiat 125 headlight assemblies, Renault 12 taillights and Wolf Race mag wheels.

The suspension was changed from the Chrysler torsion bar design to an independent, upper wishbones and lower horizontal arms combined with trailing radius rods, coil springs, adjustable shock absorbers and stabilizer bar. The only powertrain option was a 175 hp (130 kW) Chrysler 318 cubic inch Small Block V8 paired to a Chrysler TorqueFlite A-904 3 speed automatic transmission.

Technical Specifications

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  • Registered
    1977
  • Make
    Monteverdi
  • Model
    Sierra
  • Coachbuilder
    Fissore
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