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For Sale: 1969 Oldsmobile 442
, United Kingdom

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1969 Olds 442 Sport Coupe. Absolute, perfect condition outside, inside, bottom side, engine, the whole nine yards. This is as close to being a 1000-point car as you are going to see. Has been restored to concours condition. Correct QW"396026G Block and Engine Assembly Sequence Correct 7029251 Carburetor Correct Muncie/Hurst M21 4-speed Transmission Correct G88 3.91 Axle with 12-bolt Positract rear end Correct U21 Rocket Rally Pac Correct L78 4-4-2 Sports Package Correct 4-4-2 Rallys with Rally Spare; Soft-ray Windows Delco AM/FM with Factory Speakers. The 442 configuration -- which stands for a 4-barrel carb, 4-speed gearbox and dual-exhaust -- was an options package for the Cutlass until 1968, when the 442 debuted as a model of its own. The most favored muscle option was the L69, available only in 1971, which carried a hotter cam and gave the car 360 horses through its tri-power arrangement of three double-bbl carbs. Hitting the quarter-mile at 14.8 seconds, the car's improved springs were known to aid in handling. This hardtop is unavailable today in 1970's "W-30" format, a 365-horsepower engine with a six-pack ("tri-power") motor incorporating an air-induction system piped through from the front bumper. There were only 54 factory-released W-30s, although another 97 were dealer-installed. For most of us -- with $85,000 to spare, of course -- it's most worth looking for the popular L-69. source:

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44,900 GBP
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