1986 Monte Carlo Luxury Sport - Part Out

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PBGBodyFan

Greasemonkey
Mar 3, 2009
230
43
Wisconsin
Most parts are SOLD or I am keeping, please see the list below of what's available yet.












Passenger door shell (gutted) - $50
Hood (some rust underneath) - $40
Drivers fender (dent on bottom) - $40
Passenger fender - $75
1/4 glass - $50
Engine accessories/do-dads - inquire
A/C setup complete - $125
 
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dickeymoore

dickeymoore

Master Mechanic
May 6, 2009
370
28
Atlanta,Georgia
Do you have the seat belt parts that bolts to the transmission tunnel for the seatbelts the click in for the bucket seats on each side of the passenger and driver side
 
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monte51087

Apprentice
Oct 10, 2007
54
6
Are you selling the engine harness
 
TURNA

TURNA

Geezer
Jul 24, 2009
8,257
113
Socialist NY
Do u have a junk 7.5 laying around?
 
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PBGBodyFan

Greasemonkey
Mar 3, 2009
230
43
Wisconsin
Do you have the seat belt parts that bolts to the transmission tunnel for the seatbelts the click in for the bucket seats on each side of the passenger and driver side
I do, pretty nice shape, $50 shipped for the pair.
 
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PBGBodyFan

Greasemonkey
Mar 3, 2009
230
43
Wisconsin
Are you selling the engine harness
As of now I’m keeping the harness. Need to look over all the wiring but believe this one is in good shape.
 
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PBGBodyFan

Greasemonkey
Mar 3, 2009
230
43
Wisconsin
Do u have a junk 7.5 laying around?
Sorry, I do not. This LS has a 3.08 posi which I’m keeping, nothing else on hand.
 
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Charlyhtx

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Apr 10, 2018
48
8
Do you have the ring that goes around the Passenger mirror knob on the cluster?
 
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PBGBodyFan

Greasemonkey
Mar 3, 2009
230
43
Wisconsin
Do you have the ring that goes around the Passenger mirror knob on the cluster?
I’ll take a look, I might have a spare one laying around.
 

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