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This 1970 Oldsmobile 442 is a real-deal muscle machine that has been restored with a great coordinating look and some cool W-30 flair. So dig into the details everything from the big chrome V8, to the custom interior, to the four-on-the-floor w/overdrive and discover a thoughtful and cool muscle car legend. Theres less than 4,300 miles on this one since completing restoration, so that means the black paint really does have the slick and dark appearance this muscle car deserves. Theres a great luster that loves to highlight the fender flares and fastback-style Holiday hardtop profile. Theres even aggression in the details with the dual large hood scoops, twist locks on the hood, large dual exhaust tips, and upgraded Cragar SS wheels. But this car isnt all dark side. Theres a sophisticated tone with the full white stripe package on the hood and running the full profile. Plus, Olds knew how to make bumpers that really integrate into the design, and today, those chrome kings shine like mirrors. Open the door, and you see the same color theme. White door panels, headliner, and seats combine with black carpeting and dash to deliver a full uniform package inside and out. But what really strikes you is how clean and fresh this restored interior is. Plus, with amazing details, like the custom door panels with red LED lights in them, you know youll be leaving all the windows down on this pillarless hardtop just so people can get a better look during the car shows. The restoration really made sure you have the best of everything. That means a center console in-between the bucket seats, a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, and air ride controls. You get a correct Oldsmobile four-spoke sports steering wheel, and beyond that is an upgraded full Classic Instruments gauge package set in a cool carbon fiber-like panel. You know your right hand is going to love the Hurst shifter. Grab your sunglasses before opening the hood, because someone spent a ton to give this motor an award-worthy shine. Still, thats probably not what first caught your eye. Olds people love pointing out the bold red inner-fenders. Those fiberglass units were part of a lightweight diet on the ultra-hot W-30 package. Plus, this V8 even has the block, accessories, and valve cover lettering finished in red to really give this a well-coordinated total presentation. And beyond the style is some serious substance. This is a proper 455 cubic-inch motor. It inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of the dual exhaust. Plus, you have all the right supporting components, like March pulleys w/serpentine belts and an aluminum radiator. Out on the road, the four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the power and thunder of this V8. But staying true to the Oldsmobiles luxury nature, this also has a Gear Vendors overdrive added for easy cruising. This good mix of both comfort and control extends to great anytime driving features like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and sway bars front & rear. This is the real-deal Olds 442 that is freshly restored to just the way youd do it yourself. So skip the time and headache and get right to the fun of driving, call today!
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