1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean
This is the real deal for you 442 enthusiasts. Yes a dream come true for this price and it's slightly restored but mostly original! I am the 2nd owner of this beautiful Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 that is 1 of only 3000 produced in 1985 and less than 1000 with this black/grey paint combo for this year, also it is equiped with the original 307cu h/o motor (distinguished by markings "5A" stamped on heads as stated in documentation) a very limited production for this year. It's also documented as being the most popular of the 3 year (1985-87) series/period built (rated for best performance and best quality appearance) of its era/generation. This beautiful g-body was recently painted and striped like original, due to factory paint fade. Rarely driven, always garaged and never had any rust or bondo! The original Olds 442 wheels were re-chromed, powder coated and clear coated, inside & out (better than factory), wrapped with new Cooper Cobra radial tires and spare to match. A new headliner and new carpet were installed due to fade. The original grey interior, bucket seats, and floor shifter/console are original and in mint condition. New suspension including springs & shocks, new exhaust system (a nice deep tone), new water pump and hoses, rebuilt 4bbl carburator, new fuel pump and fuel lines, and a complete tune up. This car is show room ready! A rare find, so what are you waiting for? Much invested without limitations! I am a car collector/private owner, if you have any questions please call. Serious inquiries only! Thank you for your interest.
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