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Chevrolet Monza chassis numbers

DeKon built chassis:

Chassis Model Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
1001 Chevrolet Monza 1975 AAGT/GTO Horst Kwech => {crashed/rebuilt} => Maurice Carter (1975)  
1002 Chevrolet Monza 1975 AAGT/GTO Harry Theodoracopulos => Bill Wonder (~1978)  
1003 Chevrolet Monza 1975 AAGT/GTO Horst Kwech/DeKon => Michael Keyser (1976) => Brad Frisselle (1977~1978)  
1004 Chevrolet Monza 1976 AAGT/GTO Tom Frank   Still raced by Frank in 1979.
1005 Chevrolet Monza 1975 AAGT/GTO Horst Kwech/DeKon => Alan Moffat (1975) => .... => ?, USA (~2005) Raced in Australian GT Championship 1976/77.
1006 Chevrolet Monza 1977 AAGT/GTO Michael Keyser => Roy Woods (1977) Fitted with Twin-Turbo engine in 1978.
1007 Chevrolet Monza 1976 AAGT/GTO Jerry Jolly => Gerry Wellik (1978)  
1008 Chevrolet Monza 1976 AAGT/GTO Al Holbert => John Paul (1977)  
1009 Chevrolet Camaro         Built as Chevrolet Camaro.
1010 Chevrolet Monza 1977 AAGT/TA II Greg Picket => Jerry Hansen (1978~1982)  
1011 Chevrolet Monza 1977 AAGT/GTO Chris Cord   Still raced by Cord in 1981.
1012 Chevrolet Monza     Ted Fields/Interscope => Chris Cord (1980) Raced only twice by Danny Ongais, then Cord's second car.
1013 {not built}         Never built.
1014 Chevrolet Monza 1977 AAGT/GTO Al Holbert => Dave Heinz (1978)  
1015 Buick Skyhawk 1978 IMSA RS Gene Felton   Built as Buick Skyhawk for IMSA Champion Spark Plug Challenge.
1016 Chevrolet Monza   A Sedan Keith Feldott   Built for SCCA A Sedan class. Crashed and rebuilt by Dan Gallant. Raced in IMSA and Trans-Am after that (1978~1984).
1017 Chevrolet Camaro     S. Burgess   Built as Chevrolet Camaro.
1018 Chevrolet Monza     Al Holbert   Never raced, private collector in New York.

Chassis built by Lee Dykstra and Horst Kwech.

Gallant built chassis:

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
001   1979 AAGT/TA I Mark Pielsticker   Destroyed at Laguna Seca in practice accident.
002   1980 AAGT/TA I Mark Pielsticker    
003           ?? raced by Mark Pielsticker ??

One of those chassis raced by Ardie Oji in Trans-Am and IMA in 1981-1982.

Other tube frame cars:

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
King   1975 AAGT/GTO Tom Nehl => Art McKee, NZ => John Pollard, AUS (1979) => John Chambers, AUS => Rowan Harman, AUS => Geoff Munday, AUS => Mike Imrie, AUS => Chris Fing, AUS => Rowan Harman, AUS (2004~2005) Grant King built AA/GT - GTO Monza.
Agor   1975 AAGT/GTO Warren Agor    
Fournier   1975 AAGT/GTO John Morton    
Trueman   1975 AAGT/GTO Jim Trueman    
Overbagh 001   1977 AAGT/GTO Hoyt Overbagh   Built by Ricket??
Band&Trivette         ...=> Brent O'Neill (~1983~1985)  
Stairs   1980 Trans-Am Jack Sandberg   Raced by Carl Shafer.
Hinchliff   1980 Trans-Am James Kersey   Raced by James Kersey in 1980-81 and by Glenn Fox in 1982-84.
Huffaker   1980 Trans-Am Art Siri, Jr.    
Klain   1980 Trans-Am Pete Klain   Raced by Ron Weaver.
Small   1979=>1983   Bob Jane => ReCar Racing Team (1983) The car that ran at the WEC race in 1984 was the original Bob Jane Monza that was first built in Australia in 1979 and underwent a huge rebuild in early 1983 before being sold to the ReCar Racing Team and driven by Allan Grice and Dick Johnson. The car was prepared by ReCar Chief Les Small.

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Last update: 1.5.2010