Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we celebrate our 18th year in the classic and muscle car business. Are you looking for a car that's fun to drive but won't lose a large percentage of its value due to depreciation? Why not try this 1967 Oldsmobile 442 on for size. This is one of only 3080 1967 442 convertibles produced. The previous owner stated that it is a numbers matching car, and all the numbers are correct (carb, heads, intake and exhaust manifolds, BCN, casting codes). The block casting number is correct, however the partial VIN number was not used untill 1968. This is the real deal. A new power top, new interior, and fresh paint were done during the professional restoration. She features a 350hp 400 ci V8 backed by the correct Muncie 4-speed transmission, factory power steering, and even the original radio (still working!). This is a beautifully done example of an early 442 that will be a pleasure to drive, show, or just stare at! We just added new Coys titanium wheels and performance tires as well as added power front disc brakes and some nice suspension upgrades to make this car a great driver! Street Dreams is a full service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options. Bucket Seats,Power Front Disc Brakes,Power Steering
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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