1971$43,500

Oldsmobile 442

March 29, 2021 @ 7:21 am web source 776 views 24 pictures Mashpee, MA
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1971 Oldsmobile 442, 455 (NOM), Automatic (Turbo400), Olds 10-bolt POSI rear. The entire drive train (engine, trans, rear-end) has been rebuilt and they are super tight and responsive. All new brakes, front and rear suspension (springs, shocks, steering components, etc.), all new brake rotors, calipers, pads, lines, drums, shoes, springs, etc. Nothing overlooked. Car has been on a few long trips to make sure it's fully sorted and believe me it is - fly in and drive home - anywhere! This is a very nicely restored car, about 3,000 miles on a frame on resto. The 455 engine is not the original but it is correct year and casting for a 71 442, pulls like a freight train, it has a W30 intake (orig included), shifts nice and firm, no rattles or vibrations, just a nice, no excuse 442 - ready to go. The color was upgraded to a custom color close to '70 Rally red (was code 42 Palm Green), the interior is ALL NEW from legendary, carpet, door panels, seat foams and covers, dash pad, you get it this car is incredible. It's being offered at about HALF the build cost - any questions call or email. Vintage MOPAR trades considered.

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Lbear posted on March 29, 2021, 12:26 pm
The one picture underneath the vehicle shows that it is leaking oil from the back of the engine (possible rear main seal) but it appears to be a lot of oil. The picture clearly shows oil all over the transmission area also. Where is the leak from and how much oil is it losing?
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$140,000
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16% under 12k

27% between 24k and 36k

33% between 36k and 48k

13% between 48k and 60k

12% over 48k

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