1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442/ W30 Recreation.Very correct replica built using the best of everything, starting with an original rust free California car. Loads of paperwork including build sheets, owner's manual, original color code chart, orig sales brochure, full service manual, and a folder full of receipts showing what was done. The car was professionally built by a rod shop in North Carolina in 2008 and still looks great today. It turns every head it passes.This is a high optioned car- factory air conditioning, power steering, power drum brakes, vinyl top, W25 ram air hood (full functioning), W35 rear deck spoiler, rally wheels with new tires, FE2 heavy duty suspension with front and rear sway bars and also the red plastic inner fenders W30's were famous for.Arrow straight body with slick 2 stage Dupont paint (Gallion Gold) with new interior. The motor is a professionally built 455 using E heads. 446 HP and 485 ft/lbs on the dyno. It's strong to say the least. Transmission is a Gearstar 200-4R Level 3 (good for 700hp). Trans alone was $5,600. All new 12 bolt posi rear with 3:55 gears and heavy duty axles. Great sounding sound system with hidden 6 disc changer and amp. Fun car to drive, you have loads of power with all the class and comfort.Engine has about 5000 Miles and Trans has only 1500 miles since rebuild Clean car inside, out, and underneath.This vehicle is not located at our showroom Shown by appointment only WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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