One of the last muscle cars to be produced in the 70's, after the gas and insurance hikes, the 1977 442 was one of the last, big body, big V8 cars produced. Two engine options for the '77 model year were the 403 and the Rocket 350. This fine example is powered by the Rocket 350, mated to a 3 speed auto. Although the 403 was bigger in cubic inches, for performance reasons, mainly the aftermarket parts world, the Rocket 350 was the engine of choice for anyone that wanted more power from their 442. This car is nice and solid and although it's not a show car, it is a great candidate for a driver or a full restoration. It is a factory A/C car, although the A/C is not functional, nor is the blower motor. The gauges are also not working, along with the speedo and odo. The miles are not correct and are not listed on the title. But the interior is in very nice condition. The body is in good condition as well, with some minor scratches and chips. This 442 has been a driver but besides the issues listed, it is a good car. Come see for yourself, stop by today. Heater/Defroster,Front Disc Brakes,Bucket Seats,AM/FM/CD Radio w/ipod Hookup,Alloy wheels,Air Conditioning
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