Here's a good looking muscle car that's meant to be driven. Real
442 with an upgraded 455 engine, cold air conditioning system and
nice power conveniences like steering, disc brakes, windows and
top. It also has the rally pack gauges, tilt deluxe sport wheel and
aftermarket retro stereo system. Has 200 watts and speakers molded
into the kick panels. So if you mean to tell me this isn't
something you would love to be driving on a nice sunny day, I think
you're kidding me. It has an exceptionally smooth, glossy paint
job. It really does have a mirror finish. The stainless trim has
been polished like chrome. Bumpers, handles, mirror and emblems
have been replaced. In back it has cutouts with the trumpet exhaust
tips. BFG tires appear new and are on 15 inch rally wheels. The
upholstery has been redone. It's in very nice shape although it
does have a split in the drivers cushion. Carpets have been
replaced, dash pad is excellent has embroidered floormats. 200 watt
sThe white convertible top's in excellent shape. Motor compartment
is very clean. The engine is upgraded with an Edelbrock intake,
Demon carb, Holley fuel regulator, HEI ignition and headers.
Several new parts like alternator, A/C compressor, converted to
R134 freon. Converted to front disc brakes. Newer dual exhaust. Has
turbo 400 trans, Rallye suspension and 12 bolt rear. Trunk
compartment has been spackle painted, has a new mat, tire cover and
a spare. The metal appears to be really clean on this car.
Underside is not repainted or restored but really dry original
metal. The inner rockers, floors and even lower inner 1/4s are
The owner sincerely described this car as incredibly well maintained, fantastic driver!
Power disc brakes
Rally Pac gauges
12 bolt rear
The Pick of the Day has been restored to factory condition, the seller says
A highly original 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 4-speed convertible, will hit the auction ring in January during Russo and Steele’s 16th annual Scottsdale sale.
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