This is a real-deal 1969 Oldsmobile 442 that's a W-30 tribute and
upgraded to a desirable triple-black. And your enhanced V8 is also
mated to four-on-the-floor. Oh yeah, this is what muscle car dreams
are made of.
This Olds was restored to be the bad boy. Slick black paint with a
black vinyl roof showed that this luxury Olds had a serious dark
side. Plus, the form-fitting rear bumper with proper exhaust tip
notches and correct SS1 wheels add plenty to the intimidation
factor. Plus, the power bulges in the hood are showcased by cool
matte black racing stripes. It all fits together with the kind of
quality that tells you this car was restored with pride.
The black interior completes the triple-black package (exterior,
roof, and inside.) But more than just a legendary color combo, this
is in demand for its Olds-quality luxury. You get handsome pleated
upholstery and walnut applique on the dash for a great classic
style. This was even a factory A/C car and the AM/FM radio is there
for display (They will need servicing and/or components to return
the function.) Even the classic dome light is working. It has a
terrific driver's style with front bucket seats, a center console
in-between, a Hurst shifter, and a full round gauge package with
The engine bay is ready to be showing off, and that's because it
has some of the pieces you're going to be talking about the most.
The lightweight red plastic inner fenders are bold in all this
darkness. The same goes for the golden block of the true Olds 400
cubic-inch V8. In fact, this is an earlier 390925e casting motor,
which has its own desirability all on its own. And since this has a
four-barrel carb, four-speed manual transmission, and a rumbling
dual exhaust, you've got an awesome true 4-4-2. This has an
FE2-style suspension with boxed control arms and rear sway bars.
And it's a good all-around driver with power steering, power
brakes, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/A radials.
A triple-black total package muscle machine like this never stays
idle for long, so don't miss out. Call today!!!
1969 Oldsmobile 442
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