The Holy Grail of the early 442 -- 4 speed, Tri Carb, convertible! One of only 240 with this combination.Incredibly original car showing less than 50K miles. Early build date -- week 2 of October 1965 and body #509 from the Lansing plant probably makes this one of the first Tri Carb 442s built. Has rare E code 400 block.Runs and drives like a dream, body is as tight as you would expect a car with this mileage to be. Interior appears to be completely original -- shows very well with some patina as to be expected. Paint seems to be a mix of original and some repaint -- again, not fresh out of a paint booth, but shows well and as expected with age and mileage. Everything works as it should.Color combination is amazing -- Provincial White with Red interior, set off by new radial Redlines.
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 the 45th Anniversary Tour replica of the evocative Dean Jeffries custom car built for the TV show
Vintage racers took a spin around the Milwaukee Mile, which hosted its first race more than 100 years ago
Lehman Keen is best known for building Safari Porsche 911s, but before that he was a professional race car driver with a childhood that revolved around Porsches.
Bespoke vehicles loaded with homages to the famed marque’s past