Canadian 1969 Oldsmobile 442 2DR Post Holiday Coupe.
It is in excellent condition, accident free and has original numbers matching transmission and engine. The car has a 400 CID 325 HP engine and THM 400 transmission. The car is GM documented and is one of only 189 built for sale in Canada. The car is all original aside from a few great updates; including, the electronic ignition and the exhaust system that includes two flowmaster mufflers with stainless steel exhaust pipes complete with correct exhaust tips. The exhaust has a classic rumble and this car turns heads wherever it goes; the engine is strong and has no trouble breaking the tires loose. The tires are in excellent condition, the wheels are correct '69 Oldsmobile 442 rally wheels. It was repainted once in 1985 and the two-tone silver paint is in excellent condition. There is no body rust on the car, this is an outstanding example of an well preserved and maintained car that was the pride and joy of its owner of 33 years. The car has had only two owners and has always been kept in a heated garage. The interior is original black and in exceptional condition.
The car has been licensed with a collector’s plate in Canada during the summer months. The car attracts a lot of attention at all of the many car shows it has attended. If your looking for a beautiful 1969 Olds 442, please feel free to inquire about this car, we're looking for an owner that will appreciate it as much as we have.
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