Q: Are Monte Carlo 2004 - 2007 parts hard to find?

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Hi, I'm looking to buy my first car. I'm looking for a 2004 - 2007 Monte Carlo. Is it true that parts for those cars are hard to find?
My car has an automatic transmission.

You should not have many problems finding replacement parts for this car. It will depend on the parts needed and supply and demand as with any car part. If you are more specific on the part you are looking for then the question can better be answered.

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