Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this 1968
Oldsmobile 442 4-speed convertible. All original, all numbers
matching, 90k miles, one of 1518 manual transmission convertibles
produced. Rebuilt original 400ci big block (~2k miles since;
performance build by Dave Capriotti Racing but looks stock), fresh
clutch, 3.91 Positraction (rebuilt), and suspension (rebuilt).
Purchased in Boulder in 1994, always stored inside, never driven in
wet weather, never rusted or damaged. All original panels and parts
(even T3 headlights). Power top, power steering, Rally gauges with
Tic Tock Tach, optional Muncie 4-speed with Hurst shifter and
console, underhood light, trunk light, everything works. Close
ratio Muncie M-21 4-sp and 3.91 gears- quick car. Optional Super
Stock Rally wheelsDeviations from factory build (all original
take-off parts are available):Originally painted the rare Willow
Gold Metallic (code G) with GT stripes, it was changed to
Provincial White (code C) before I bought it and it now has black
Rally stripes (removable). All jams etc are white. Seller wanted to
put it back to gold, but the white paint was too good to justify
repainting it. It's factory suspension has been rebuilt with big
Hellwig sway bars, Eibach springs, and tubular and boxed
polyurethane control arms (all orig parts avail). The car
originally had manual steering but factory OEM power steering has
been installed. (original rack avail) with a original Deluxe
steering wheel. The car now has optional factory OEM 15x7
Oldsmobile SSIII Rally wheels powder coated in the correct Argent
Silver Gray with giant BFGs in the rear to offset the steep
gears.Currently the car is tuned with an aluminum Edelbrock
Performer intake and carb with chrome air cleaner (all original
intake and carb parts are available, including OEM red air cleaner
with pie tin Rocket lettering, all in great condition). The car has
an AM/FM cassette stereo.
1968 Oldsmobile 442
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