Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1984
Oldsmobile 442. When first introduced in 1964 as a performance
package for the Cutlass, the 4-4-2 designation referred to 4 speed
manual transmission, 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust.
Oldsmobile's ingredients for performance. Over the years that
meaning changed a bit but in its final years the transmission was a
4-speed automatic with overdrive, and it still had a 4-barrel
carburetor and dual exhaust outlet. Equipped with an 8.5-inch GM
corporate differential and all were equipped with 3.73:1 ring and
pinion final drive gears. Rather than using the weaker 7.5-inch
rear differential found in the Monte carlo SS. Many 442's did not
come with RPO G80 (limited-slip). This was due to dealer ordering
"packages" that grouped popular options together for ease of
ordering, these models used the same stout unit found in the Buick
Grand National (a specific differential designed by Eaton). That
said, this one has the G80 limited slip diff, and the #9 on the 8th
number of the vin, so this is a real deal, rare one! With a 307ci
V8 that is mated to the 200R transmission with the hurst Lightning
Rods shifter! Finished in the iconic silver with the black bottom
and red stripes, you're sure to get a lot of thumbs up! On the
inside you'll find the red cloth interior that is in great
condition, with no holes rips or tears. Other options include: A/C
(blows cold), AM/FM radio with a cassette player, cruise control,
power brakes-steering-locks-seats-windows, tilt wheel and radial
1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass
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