The Holy Grail of the early 442 -- 4 speed, Tri Carb, convertible!
One of only 240 with this combination.Incredibly original car
showing less than 50K miles. Early build date -- week 2 of October
1965 and body #509 from the Lansing plant probably makes this one
of the first Tri Carb 442s built. Has rare E code 400 block.Runs
and drives like a dream, body is as tight as you would expect a car
with this mileage to be. Interior appears to be completely original
-- shows very well with some patina as to be expected. Paint seems
to be a mix of original and some repaint -- again, not fresh out of
a paint booth, but shows well and as expected with age and mileage.
Everything works as it should.Color combination is amazing --
Provincial White with Red interior, set off by new radial Redlines.
Trim Tag decode: 10B Build date = 2nd week of October (1965)
66-33867 66 = 1966 / 3 = Oldsmobile / 38 = Cutlass Supreme V8 / 67
= 2 dr. Convertible Coupe LAN 509 Lansing Assembly, body #509 985-B
985 = Red Vinyl interior / B = Bucket seats C-1 C = Provincial
White / 1 = White convertible top W2L W = Tinted Glass - windshield
only / 2 = Group 2 / L = Floor 4 spd 5VY 5 = Group 5 / V = 442 side
trim / Y = Deluxe Front & Rear Seat Belts
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