A true numbers matching 1971 Oldsmobile 442 with the coveted W30 package. H-Heads, dual fuel lines, aluminum rear end case option, and red fender wells are just a few of the features that make this W30 so special. This particular Olds came from the factory with Bittersweet (orange) paint and black decals. Inside you'll find the black vinyl interior in great condition. Under the hood lies the 455 cu in V8 which breathes through a 4-bbl Rochester carburetor and sends its power to a 3-speed TH400 automatic transmission. In 1971 this W30 was good for 350 hp (up 10hp from the standard 455 engine). Boasting a 0-60 time from the factory of 8.9 seconds, the 442 clocked 15.2 seconds in the 1/4 mile at 99mph. This exceptional example is one of the few remaining Oldsmobile 442 W30 cars out there! Call us today at (630) 443-4582 or send an email to email@example.com for more information! We buy, sell, and consign all types of vintage cars! We also finance at competitive rates! Come visit Baltria Vintage Auto Gallery at 4200 E Main St, Saint Charles, Illinois 60174. Baltria Vintage Auto Gallery also handles shipping, mechanical service, paint/body work, detailing, vehicle inspections, and much more! Check us out at https://www.baltria.com & Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BaltriaVintageAutoGallery/
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