I have been a car collector for 35 years. This is one of my personal collection of classics for sale. See all at www.gccc.us . You are viewing a very highly optioned, rare 1969 Oldsmobile 442 convertible. This car has a great running original 400, 4-speed manual transmission with console and power bucket seats, power windows, power top, AC, power disc brakes, power steering, and more. This car drives like new and runs great. The body is solid, clean and has nice paint. One of the photos shows mirror trying to photo the Vin # for the car stampled on Engine Head. It was not possible to get good viewable photo. I have confirmed the motor in my 442 has the ORIGINAL vin # stamped on the Head. Had to remove power steering and alternator brackets to see. GARANTEED engine head stamped with vehicle vin number CORRECT
The Pick of the Day has been restored to factory condition, the seller says
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