Yellow 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 AUTO 8-Cylinder Recent Arrival!This 1970 Oldsmobile 442 hardtop coupe is powered by a 455ci V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission, and it is finished in yellow with over a gold-colored interior. The car is equipped with W-30 equipment including a scooped fiberglass hood, sport mirrors, and contrasting stripes. Additional details include an Anti-Spin differential, power-assisted steering, front disc brakes, heavy-duty suspension, Strato-Bucket front seats, an AM/FM radio, and an 8-track player. The car is said to have been first registered in California, and spent time in Rhode Island, Florida, and Wisconsin before the sellers purchase in April 2021. This W-30 442 is now offered with manufacturers literature, handwritten notes, a spare set of wheels. The pillarless coupe wears a yellow finish accented with black graphics, and it is said to have been partially repainted in the 1990s following the replacement of the left fender with a panel sourced from a 1972 model. The car is fitted with W-30 trim including a fiberglass dual-inlet hood, sport mirrors, black accent stripes, and 442 badging. Painted and polished 15 Super Stock I-style wheels wear BFGoodrich white-letter tires, and a set of five 14 Super Stock II wheels are included in the sale. The car is equipped with power-assisted steering and front disc brakes. The interior was reportedly retrimmed in 2017 using gold vinyl upholstery sourced from Legendary Auto Interiors of Newark, New York, and features include Strato-Bucket front seats, a center console, woodgrain trim, manually-operated windows, and an AM/FM radio linked to an Oldsmobile 8-track player. Instrumentation framed by the Rally-style steering wheel includes a 120-mph speedometer, a 7k-rpm tachometer with an inset clock, and a combination gauge. Approximately 26k miles are shown on the five-digit odometer, about 455 of which have been added by the seller. The 455ci V8 is equipped with a W-30-specification air cleaner, Quadrajet carburetor, aluminum intake manifold, and distributor. Red plastic inner fender wells are installed, and power is sent to the rear wheels through a three-speed automatic transmission and an Anti-Spin differential fitted within a 12-bolt housing. The stamping on the engine-block pad ends in 0M352007, which corresponds with the last eight characters of the vehicles serial number. Additional casting and stampings numbers are viewable in the gallery below.