966 Oldsmobile 442. Professionally Restored 1966 Olds 442, 455
motor and an automatic transmission. I purchased about 10 years ago
I am being forced to sell because of my age and health. I have 8
Vintage vehicles. I had 15 a few years ago. I started with a super
nice car originally. No rust and a straight body. I purchased it
because it did not need a rotisserie restoration. This is a
matching number car. 1. Dash 2. Motor 3. title numbers matching
numbers Trans automatic. Has posi traction. You can drive it home.
The Air Conditioning System has been restored. Hoses and many other
parts are new. Converted to modern 134 freon. Tires are new with 2
miles. Tip one: Gm was having problems with gas percolating in the
carburetor. on Big Block Motors. A metal plate was designed to stop
this problem. If the plate is missing under the carburetor you
should wonder what else is missing. My car has this metal plate.
This will help prevent a gasoline fire. Tip two 1. Vintage vehicles
have fuel system problems for a long time. storage. 2. Old gas has
varnish. Car will start but old gas leaves varnish on the valve
stems. When the car cools down the valves stick in the open
position. 3. The fuel tank was removed and pressure washed . 4.
Fuel lines were flushed with carburetor cleaner. 5. Fuel pump is
new. 6.The Original Carb was rebuilt by National carburetor in
Jacksonville Fl. 7. The automatic choke was replaced for $220. 8.
Has the original air Cleaner been fully restored.. 8. Fuel filters
are new. I restored many cars over the years. I was in the
restoration business. I have a very experienced vintage auto
rebuilder friend. He and I are the only people that work in my
shop. Phil has 40 years and I have 50 years. We are presently
restoring a 1957 La'tar'i for Amelia Island and Pebble Beach Car
Shows 2022. A Latari built in 1957. The body was not reinforced
well so we are repairing the fiberglas
1966 Oldsmobile 442
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