1970 OLDSMOBILE 442 FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL COLOR COMBINATION OF MATADOR RED OVER PARCHMENT INTERIOR. THIS OLDS WAS TREATED TO A NO EXPENSE SPARED FRAME-OFF RESTORATION ONLY 700 MILES AGO, STARTING WITH A SOLID BODY FEATURING ALL OF ITS ORIGINAL PANELS, THE CAR IS LASER STRAIGHT, THE PAINT IS IMMACULATE AND ALL THE GAPS LINE UP BETTER THAN NEW. FOR 1970 THE 442S ALL CAME EQUIPPED WITH THE LEGENDARY 455 CUBIC INCH BIG BLOCK V8, THIS ONE IS MATED TO A MORE DESIRABLE 4-SPEED MANUAL SENDING POWER TO A 3.23 REAR END. THE INTERIOR FEATURES CORRECT BUCKET SEATS, UPGRADED HURST SHIFTER, ICE COLD AIR CONDITIONING AND ORIGINAL RADIO WITH UPGRADED INTERNALS AND IPOD CONNECTION WHICH SOUNDS INCREDIBLE. THIS CAR FIRES RIGHT UP AND DRIVES BETTER THAN NEW, A GREAT ADDITION TO ANY HIGH END COLLECTION. PLEASE CONTACT: HENRY FERNANDEZ. CELL: (305) 815-1290. OFFICE: (305) 594-2223. - Contact Henry Fernandez at 305-594-2223 or email@example.com for more information. -
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.
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