1975 Hurst Oldsmobile 442 W25 2 door sedan with 350 engine. Black Cherry exterior with white interior. Complete frame off professional restoration, over $45,000 invested. New air conditioning, new brakes, new tires, new shocks, rebuilt transmission, and rear end completely gone through. Hurst Dual Gate shifter with swivel front bucket seats, new carpet, new interior. New headers and dual exhaust with flow master mufflers, new shocks, new fuel lines, new brake lines, new radiator, new condenser, all new front suspension and steering, power windows, tilt steering wheel, automatic transmission, re-chromed bumpers. Original T-Tops replaced with metal roof as factory T-Tops notoriously leaked. Engine has a mild Edelbrock CAM and Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor. Vehicle was originally black with white interior, restored outside to black cherry interior still white. Beautiful car purchased in Florida, 47,000 original miles. Limited number of Hurst Olds were manufactured. Turn Key Condition, very dependable car, perfect for summer cruising or taking to car shows, car is show ready! Drives better than new!
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