Here's my latest car! Been looking for an 86 GS for a while now; and finally found one!One airplane flight "up north" and a 900 mile drive back to Alabama and she's mine!The GS is a limited production model based on the Century coupe. There were 1029 of them made. I love the sporty looks of the car, and the handling is impressive!This one turned 80,000 miles on the way home.The car is in good shape, considering its age. Cars like this tend to get driven hard being so sporty looking. I have all the GS-specific trim, other than the wheel center caps. They are from a late-model Buick.Sadly; the original engine was replaced with an older-model salvaged engine; but I do have a correct engine for the car.PlansMy plans for this car are all about power and acelleration. It will be a resto-mod car. The car its self will be restored to like-new condition. The modification will be to the powertrain. I got a correct engine from a salvage yard (see below) and a 4T65EHD transmission for the foundation of the build.It will have a similar setup to my 1984 Century Olympia. It will be turbocharged, intercooled, and controlled with a Code59 Delco speed-density ECM. The transmission will be controlled by a stand-alone Delco transmission ECU.The engine will have forged pistons, block girdle, steel crank, head and main studs. Its maifolds, heads, and the exhaust pipework will be ported. The turbocharger and engine management system will support more than 550 flywheel HP.The transmission will be a 4T65E-HD. I already have it, waiting to be modified for this car! It will have a 3.29 overall ratio, Engineered Performance limited-slip diff, Precision of New Hampton 3-disc torque converter clutch, and other internal modifications to ensure it withstands the power.The HP goal for this one is 400 or better, AT THE WHEELS on the dyno.As far as more mundane modifications; I will be installing a Cruise (got the parts already), trunk release, and power door locks. Why they would make such a high-end car and not have Cruise doesn't make too much sense. The 900 mile drive home was very tiresome without Cruise!