CHECK OUT THIS 396026G #'S MATCHING OLDSMOBILE 442 CONVERTIBLE. 1969 WAS A GREAT YEAR FOR THE CUTLASS! THE HORSEPOWER RATINGS AND TORQUE WERE AT THEIR PEAKS. THIS IS A TRUE POWER PACKAGE VEHICLE WITH THE POWER WINDOWS, POWER BRAKES, POWER STEERING AND THE POWER TOP PACKAGE. IT ALSO HAS FACTORY AC THAT WORKS GOOD AND THE ORIGINAL AM/FM STEREO IN IT! THIS VEHICLE IS LITERALLY ALL ORIGINAL AS FAR AS I CAN TELL EXCEPT FOR THE RUBBER AND BRAKES AND THE CD PLAYER THAT'S INSTALLED INSIDE THE GLOVE BOX. I GIVE IT A SOLID 7 OF OF 10 STARS FOR APPEARANCE. I GIVE IT A SOLID 10 OUT OF 10 FOR IT'S DRIVE-TRAIN FEEL AND PERFORMANCE. THE CAR RUNS PERFECT. AN ALL ORIGINAL 442 CONVERTIBLE WITH MATCHING NUMBERS LIKE THIS CAN EASILY BE A SHOW WINNER WITH A FRESH PAINT JOB BACK TO IT'S ORIGINAL COLOR AND JUST A LITTLE TLC.
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