I hate to sell this car, but due to financial situations I'm going to see if anyone is interested.
This car has had quite a bit of upgrades done to it that retain its stock looking appearance, but a lot of today’s modern amenities. The original paint is in good (maybe very good?) condition and the original gray interior is excellent with no rips or tears in the upholstery or dash. The frame and underside of the car are all solid. One neat thing about this car is the original documentation that will come with it - receipts and information from the first gentleman who bought this car back on 1/20/1986. The old engine had only about 73,000 original miles on it, but wasn’t sealing correctly so rather than a rebuild, a new GM 350 cubic inch crate engine was dropped in and mated with Edelbrock’s ProFlow 3 MultiPort EFI system for fuel delivery. The new engine still has less than 1,000 miles on it. The EFI system can be tuned very easily via wireless technology with the download of an app to your phone or tablet. The EFI upgrade also necessitated an upgrade to the fuel system with a Tanks, Inc. EFI ready fuel tank. These tanks are made of galvanized steel and powder coated silver, and has a Walbro in-tank fuel pump. The fuel lines are PTFE lined (Teflon) to handle the pressure from the EFI system and to prevent deterioration from today’s ethanol gas. The exhaust flows thru Edelbrock TES headers that have been ceramic coated by a local shop; continues through a high flow catalytic converter with 2.5” exhaust and Flowmaster Delta Flow 50 mufflers. The engine bay has also been updated with a new Sanden A/C compressor (the A/C works), Dakota Digital cruise control unit, which works, and a Spectre dual snorkel cold air induction air cleaner. The original 200-4r automatic transmission was upgraded with a shift kit for nice crisp shifting. With the upgrades to the power, the brakes were upgraded as well. The front discs were upgraded from the single piston to a dual piston setup (Blazer upgrade) with a thicker rotor and larger diameter that still fits inside the stock wheel. The rear brakes were upgraded from the old drums to a Scarebird Classic Brakes setup that runs disc brakes there too. A new proportioning valve was added to accommodate the rear discs. All work was professionally done by a local shop (One Off Rod and Custom) that has won multiple awards, been published in the top leading hot rod magazines, been filmed on PowerNation, and has brought home the prestigious Ridler Great 8 Finalist Award. An approximately 1” stack of receipts for all work done will come with the car. The car has a work aftermarket radio that was previously installed in the vehicle, although I don’t have the original engine or original radio. The car has a clean title. All power options, switches, and gauges seem to work in the car with the exception of the heat. If you turn on the vent and turn the temperature up tho you get warm air. The remote trunk access located in the glove box also does not seem to work. There's somewhere around $30K in parts and labor in this car, but it's a nice one. I'm asking $19,999 or best reasonable offer. Car is located in DE. Pictures can be seen at https://gbodyforum.com/threads/1986-monte-carlo-ss-new-350-efi-lots-of-upgrades.77263/