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CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO SS 2-DR NOTCHBACK COUPE 1986

General Information

Category Daily Driver
Make Chevrolet
Model Monte Carlo SS
Body Style 2-Dr Notchback Coupe
Price $26,500

Engine Specs

Engine & Transmission Specs GM Chevrolet Small Block
Engine Type 5.0L 305cui V8
Transmission TH200-4R 4-speed overdrive automatic

Additional Information

Length 5.14m (16' 10")
Weight 1494kgs (3294lbs)
Fuel Capacity 9 ltrs
Exterior Colour White
Interior Colour Maroon Cloth
VIN 1G1GZ37G8GRxxxxxx

Car Description

1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 2-dr notchback coupe powered by a 5.0L 305cui V8 Chevrolet small block engine and driven by a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission.

This ’86 model was 4th generation and was built on the GM ‘G-body’ platform and saw major upgrades to the model from 1985 when an L69 305cui engine was introduced using a 549lbs cast-iron block with aluminum intake and fed through an electronically controlled Rochester Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, with a 9.5:1 compression ratio and producing 180hp. GM used a TH200-4R overdrive transmission which was beefed up for high-performance and a 3.73:1 rear end became standard. GM’s F41 sport suspension was standard on the SS and it included heavy-duty front and rear shocks, higher-rated front and rear springs, stiffer rear suspension bushings, a stiffer front anti-sway bar and saw the addition of a 35mm rear stabilizer bar, which added extra support for the high-performance rear end. Brakes were a 10.5″ front-disc / rear-drum setup and wheels were 15″ 5-spoke alloys. Interior wise, for the first time buyers could choose an interior color, between Gray and Maroon cloth, and more importantly, Chevy added optional bucket seats with a console and a muscle car proper floor-mounted gear shifter.

For the 1986 year the Monte Carlo SS was noted in motoring circles as one of the “very best buys”.  During the mid-1980s Super Sport Monte Carlos were a fixture at every cruise spot and street racing haunt in America, especially after 1984 when Dale Earnhardt switched from Ford to Chevy and the Monte Carlo SS starting kicking butt on the track.

In today’s collector car market Monte Carlo SS values don’t vary much by year, but the 1985 and later cars are worth a bit more, no doubt due to their bucket seats, floor shifters, and more attractive wheels. This car is in great shape with all SS options still on the car and everything working as it should. It has an original 110,00 miles with a strong motor and transmission.

 

Features & Options

  • 5.0L 305cui 180hp V8
  • TH200-R4 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission
  • Quadrajet 4bbl carburetor
  • Power assisted front disc brakes
  • Tilt adjustable power steering
  • Power windows & doorlocks
  • Factory air conditioning
  • Cruise control
  • Bucket seats w/ console gear shift
  • F41 sports suspension package
  • Traction control
  • 3.73 diff ratio
  • 15″ 5-spoke alloy wheels
  • AM/FM/Cd stereo w/ MP3
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$26,500 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO SS 2-DR NOTCHBACK COUPE 1986

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Car Description

1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 2-dr notchback coupe powered by a 5.0L 305cui V8 Chevrolet small block engine and driven by a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission.

This ’86 model was 4th generation and was built on the GM ‘G-body’ platform and saw major upgrades to the model from 1985 when an L69 305cui engine was introduced using a 549lbs cast-iron block with aluminum intake and fed through an electronically controlled Rochester Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, with a 9.5:1 compression ratio and producing 180hp. GM used a TH200-4R overdrive transmission which was beefed up for high-performance and a 3.73:1 rear end became standard. GM’s F41 sport suspension was standard on the SS and it included heavy-duty front and rear shocks, higher-rated front and rear springs, stiffer rear suspension bushings, a stiffer front anti-sway bar and saw the addition of a 35mm rear stabilizer bar, which added extra support for the high-performance rear end. Brakes were a 10.5″ front-disc / rear-drum setup and wheels were 15″ 5-spoke alloys. Interior wise, for the first time buyers could choose an interior color, between Gray and Maroon cloth, and more importantly, Chevy added optional bucket seats with a console and a muscle car proper floor-mounted gear shifter.

For the 1986 year the Monte Carlo SS was noted in motoring circles as one of the “very best buys”.  During the mid-1980s Super Sport Monte Carlos were a fixture at every cruise spot and street racing haunt in America, especially after 1984 when Dale Earnhardt switched from Ford to Chevy and the Monte Carlo SS starting kicking butt on the track.

In today’s collector car market Monte Carlo SS values don’t vary much by year, but the 1985 and later cars are worth a bit more, no doubt due to their bucket seats, floor shifters, and more attractive wheels. This car is in great shape with all SS options still on the car and everything working as it should. It has an original 110,00 miles with a strong motor and transmission.

 

Features & Options

  • 5.0L 305cui 180hp V8
  • TH200-R4 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission
  • Quadrajet 4bbl carburetor
  • Power assisted front disc brakes
  • Tilt adjustable power steering
  • Power windows & doorlocks
  • Factory air conditioning
  • Cruise control
  • Bucket seats w/ console gear shift
  • F41 sports suspension package
  • Traction control
  • 3.73 diff ratio
  • 15″ 5-spoke alloy wheels
  • AM/FM/Cd stereo w/ MP3

General Information

Category: Daily Driver
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Monte Carlo SS
Body Style: 2-Dr Notchback Coupe
Price: $26,500

Engine & Transmission Specs

Engine: GM Chevrolet Small Block
Engine Type: 5.0L 305cui V8
Transmission: TH200-4R 4-speed overdrive automatic

Additional Information

Length: 5.14m (16' 10")
Weight: 1494kgs (3294lbs)
Fuel Capacity: 9 ltrs
Exterior Colour: White
Interior Colour: Maroon Cloth
VIN: 1G1GZ37G8GRxxxxxx
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