1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 For Sale (with documented history). Correct QZ code 400 cubic inch V8 engine, dual exhaust, TH400 automatic transmission, 12 bolt rear end, boxed control arms, front and rear sway bars, 14" chrome PO5 super stock wheels ( similar to the Magnum 500 wheel) , F70-14 Firestone red line tires, matching spare wheel, power brakes, power steering, fully detailed undercarriage with correct tags and markings, T-2 Cameo Ivory exterior with black vinyl roof cover, factory louvered hood, chrome drivers mirror, black bucket seat interior, Factory AM/FM radio, factory A/C, Oldsmobile rubber floor mats, protect-o plate, warranty book, service and restoration history, first owner owned the car till 1970, second owner owned the car from 1970 to 2000. This is one sweet and well documented Oldsmobile 442, if you're on the hunt for a 442 you need to check this one out, the first person who drives this beauty and see all the history that comes with will be the cars new owner. Don't miss this incredible Oldsmobile 442 !!! FUN FACTS: For 1967 the 4-4-2's styling and base engine remained the same, save for: minor trim changes and a 1967 4-4-2 only distinctive louvered hood as well as an increase in intake valve size to 2.067 from 1.99. but the automatic three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic with Switch Pitch became available, replacing the two-speed Switch Pitch Jetaway, as was the case with the mid-sized muscle cars from other GM divisions (Pontiac GTO, Chevrolet Chevelle SS396, and Buick GS400). Unlike in previous years which the 4-4-2 option could be ordered on either baseline F-85 or upscale Cutlass models, the 1967 4-4-2 package was based on the top-line Cutlass Supreme series including the sport coupe (with center post), Holiday hardtop coupe and convertible. Standard equipment on all models included Strato bucket seats or no-cost notchback bench seat, full carpeting, expanded Morocceen vinyl upholstery, heavy-duty suspension with rear sway bar, and wide-oval tires. Like all cars sold in the U.S. for 1967, the 4-4-2 came standard with a group of occupant protection and accident avoidance features as mandated by Federal law. This safety package included an energy-absorbing steering column and safety steering wheel, padded dash, recessed controls, four-way hazard flashers and a dual-circuit brake hydraulic master cylinder. Production rallied somewhat from the previous year, rising to 24,833.
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.
Three decades ago, my collection of Oldsmobile performance cars graced the cover of several editions of Muscle Car Review magazine.
The Oldsmobile answer to the Musclecar craze that began in 1964, was the F-85/Cutlass “4-4-2” mid-sized model.
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