Do you want a great driving car? Do you want a head turner? Do you want a peice of American muscle car history for an affordable price? If so, then this is the car for you! I bought the car in June 2008 from Volo Auto Museum and since then, have done a few modifications. In July 2009 the 350 cubic inch engine was rebuilt by Xtreme Performance, a business in North Ridgeville, Ohio specializing in Corvettes and other muscle cars. In addition, I had the front shocks replaced, installed a new starter, and installed a new Flow Master exhaust system. All modifications have proper documentation. Approximately 3,000 miles on the rebuilt engine. The interior is original, the body is straight, and the under carriage is clean. I do not drive the car in the rain and mainly drive it during the late spring, summer, and early fall. In the winter, the car is kept in the garage under a car cover. During the winter months I start the engine at least once a month. Overall, the car drives beautifully, sounds tough, and is a real head turner. Priced to Sell!
The Pick of the Day has been restored to factory condition, the seller says
A highly original 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 4-speed convertible, will hit the auction ring in January during Russo and Steele’s 16th annual Scottsdale sale.
Three decades ago, my collection of Oldsmobile performance cars graced the cover of several editions of Muscle Car Review magazine.
The Oldsmobile answer to the Musclecar craze that began in 1964, was the F-85/Cutlass “4-4-2” mid-sized model.
The Pick of the Day is one of the German brand’s top-drawer GT cars
Or how else to explain the European-dominated 51-17 Best of Show results?
The president of the South Carolina event explains how it went from a local car-show fund-raiser to a national collector car gathering