1969 Oldsmobile 442 Hurst Olds For Sale

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US $58.000.00
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Hurst Olds
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Cheshire, Connecticut, United States
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Base Hardtop 2-Door
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7.5L 7456CC 455Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
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Description 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Hurst Olds

1969 Oldsmobile Hurst H/O # 735. Frame off restoration 10 years ago. All matching numbers except the distributor. Frame was painted in high gloss por-15. All sheet metal and floors are original. The rear quarters had the smallest of patches put in where GM put the foam adhesive in at the seams. Underside of car is painted semi gloss black. The car sat in a garage for 20 years from 1977-1997 when I purchased it. The underneath of the car was preserved by the original owner having the car undercoated. I had to put the body on a rotisserie to scrap and wire brush the undercoating off which showed a perfectly preserved underside. I restored the car to drive it. The car has a 12 bolt Chevy rear (3.55) in it but I have the SJ (3.42) rear all rebuilt, painted and ready to install. The original matching numbers motor (which is rebuilt with a forged crank) along with the original heads, is out of the car and just sitting. I rebuilt another 455 and purchased another set of D heads so you get two sets of D heads (approx $5,000 a pair). The motor in the car looks like the original since I have the D heads on, original J intake and original ram air flapper air cleaner on the carb. I used a single stage cameo white paint (original 50 code matched) and had the car professionally wet sanded. The paint really looks wet and shines bright. The bumpers where sent out and triple show chromed. I used the original Firefrost Gold formula that was found by Doc Watson and Mike Roth posted for use. So the firefrost paint is the correct color and not the terrible darker brown gold that some H/O's have. With the 455 it has some serious torque and you can spin the tires at will. The motor was on the Dyno and it did 376 HP and 489 Torque. Gm's numbers were 380HP and 500 Torque so this one is right on the mark. I have repro SSII wheels with radial tires that also go with the car. The wheels on the car are the originals along with the spare. I purchased the correct goodyear polyglass tires from Lucas. The original transmission is in the car OH #1735. My car won favorite Oldsmobile at Musclepalooza XI and is in Hemmings Muscle Machines June 2011- 1969 Buyer Guide. I am out of room and unfortunately need to sell my car for other projects. I have posted the IBM card that was in the drivers seat. The Fraser products card was attached to the carpet and date stamped. Talked to Kurt Karch and this car is one of the later production vehicles that the Demmer paperwork is missing on. However, the VIN, engine and trans all match along with the IBM card to help verify the numbers of this H/O. Car is for sale locally so I have the right to end the auction at anytime. Contact me if serious about buying my car or use the buy it now option.

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