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.
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.
Book chronicles the diverse drives of CSX2000, 2001 and 2002
Only 3,000 of the 808-horsepower cars were produced
Examples of the two grand touring cars are on display a the Techno Classico show in Essen, Germany
Corvette museum’s race track offers laps for Drive Toward a Cure
Famed custom car from the 1950s and ’60s was suddenly hidden away for 50 years
The ultra-light open-wheel sports car is part of Leno’s collection