1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

It took the Eighties to bring about possibly the best name for a car: the Aerocoupe. The Aerocoupe was built to compete with the revamped Ford Thunderbird. However, only 200 were made.

For the rest of us, there was the 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo in its full glory. The 305-ci, small-block V8 provided the power that consumers and NASCAR fans had come to expect from the Monte Carlo.

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Engine Swap

Would a 2007 escalade 6 2 liter engine fit into my 1986 Monte Carlo LS

Camshaft

I have 5.7 350 small block and I have no idea what type of camshaft to get for it. I'm not looking for a super crazy cam just for the street and maybe a few seconds of wide open throttle but you get...

Beginner. Need Info To Get More Speed

I have an 86 monte carlo ss I'm just wondering if anybody has any info to get more power for a beginner. Anything will help. 350 engine, k&n intake, 4 barrel double pumper carb. Stock true dual ex...

What Number On The Fuse Box For Headlights

Fuse box number for headlights

Monte Carlos Sa 86

Hey guys I I’m working on my Monte Carlo Ss I have a 305 but I want to put in a 454 are all 454 truck engines ?