This is definitely not your father's Oldsmobile. The beautiful Olds
has been the benefactor of a full restoration. A professional
2-stage Rally Red finish is accented by excellent chrome, Olds
5-spoke SSI wheels w/redline radials and a louvered hood. The black
interior has been fully restored. Features include Strato-bucket
seats w/console, aftermarket gauge package, Sun tachometer and
AM/FM/cassette sound system. The motor currently installed in this
4-4-2 is an Olds big-block 455ci. The engine casting code is
396021F. This indicates that it would have been originally
installed in a '68-'72 Olds. Our seller states the motor has been
completely rebuilt and is fitted with an Edelbrock aluminum intake,
Holley performance carburetor, HEI distributor and stainless tube
headers. The powerplant is backed by a GM TurboHydramatic
transmission w/Hurst shifter and 12-bolt differential. The
virtually spotless chassis is as nice as the exterior. Suspension
is 4-corner coil springs with a 4-link rear axle and front/rear
sway bars. It is equipped with power steering, power-assisted
brakes and a stainless exhaust system. Many folks have said that if
Oldsmobile would have marketed their '60s performance offerings
with some energy, sales of the Pontiac GTO may have been left in
the dust. This Olds hardtop adds an exclamation point to that
statement. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1967 Oldsmobile 442
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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