For sale by second documented owner of 26 years. Always garaged and never driven when wet outside. Original sales invoice and protecto plate. One of 1,025 72 convertible 442's verified in writing from Oldsmobile. W-29. Original numbers matching engine included in sale. Original engine replaced with a bored, balanced, ported and polished 455 built by Gray Motorsports. Edelbroch intake, Holley 750 double pump ($2,500 spent customizing carb) roller rocker arms from Mondello and 1968 Toronado "C" heads. Trans replaced with a built 2004r with overdrive for more modern drivability. 373 positraction rear end. Four core aluminum race radiator. 620' pounds of torque dynoed at rear wheels. Original sales brochure, chassis and service manuals included. Drives and runs fun and straight. All maintenance professionally done with no expense spared and receipts included.
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