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Lutz, FL   33559
7/12/2019 @ 4:46pm
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1967 Midnight Blue Metallic Oldsmobile 442

$ 59,995


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Lutz, FL   33559 Model Year: 1967 Mileage: 10825
VIN: 338177Z109813 Engine Displacement:
Exterior Color: Blue Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
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This one has all the right signs to be your dream car. It's a 1967 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 with all the right indications of true and original machine. And the level of presentation from the fame-off restoration on this well-documented muscle machine will make you love showing off every inch.

The 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass is already a great looking car. The extra wide headlights and stacked taillights gave these a mature appearance that looked like they owned the road. But this straight-laced classic coupe has a serious wild streak thanks to its 442 packaging. The Holiday hardtop body, louvered hood, and all the correct tri-color 442 badging was the ultimate statement of cool. And the color-matched steelies with redline tires are pure aggression. Plus, we love the details, like a more recent respray of the factory-correct Midnight Blue that has a bit of extra metallic element in it so that the sunshine really highlights the crisp sheetmetal. And everything from the taut black vinyl roof, to the hand-painted pinstripe, to the mirror-like re-dipped chrome bumpers add to the upper-class classic presentation you get from an Olds. So this one has been restored to really showcase that a 442 loves to mix sporty and class in one total package.

Open the door, and you'll instantly reminded again of the 442's dual luxury and performance goal. The factory-correct light blue interior has been expertly restored, and it looks terrific against the exterior dark blue. The intricate design on the seats and door panels are the kind of things Olds fans really look for at the car shows. And the bucket seats with proper headrests up front will certainly keep you comfortable. The details here are great – from the fresh feeling of the dash to the plush carpeting. But this is also set up to be a true power muscle machine. That means a coupe that's as lightweight as possible – including radio and heater delete. What you get is a driver-focused machine with a grippy sports steering wheel, large gauges w/important tach, auxiliary oil pressure readout, and a Hurst shifter.

Open the hood, and the first thing you notice are the dual intake hoses feeding the chrome air grabber. That's the unmistakable sight of the performance W-30 package. Below that is the hallmark Olds golden block for the 400 cubic-inch motor, and that has the ultra-desirable 390925E casting. So even in the era before numbers-matching, you know this is a true era-correct 442 motor. Even the C-code heads are correct for this car. The whole engine bay has a great presentation that shows an investment in a proper restoration. It's quite factory correct – right down to the decals and GM hoses. And yes, we all love the red fiberglass inner-fenders that are there for weight saving and also make the engine bay even bolder. The big V8 fires up nicely as the four-barrel carburetor inhales deeply. The power makes a terrific rumble as it exits out of the dual exhaust. And the four-speed manual transmission gives you complete control over this total package (Yes...four-speed, four-barrel carburetor, and dual exhaust – the namesake of the original Oldsmobile 4-4-2!) As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll spot the true quality of a frame-off restoration. Plus, there are also the proper heavy duty driving features, like boxed rear trailing arms as well as thick sway bars front and rear.

The sale comes with all the right paperwork, including the original warranty card which proves this car was born a 442 in Fremont, CA, reproduction window sticker, owner's manual, title documentation, and restoration photos. This is an awesome and rare muscle machine finished to an awesome level, so you already understand how awesome the total package is. Call today!!!


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