1987$13,900

Oldsmobile 442

March 17, 2019 @ 6:56 pm web source 1,390 views 20 pictures Lansing, MI
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1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 for sale. This was the last opportunity for Olds enthusiasts to own a collector vehicle. This Cutlass 442 was built in Pontiac, Michigan and was purchased in Virginia where it was for many years. According to previous owner car was painted about 4-5 years ago and it looks good but not perfect. Car is rust free including doors and trunk. This car only has 39,000 original miles and is documented on title. Many options ordered on this 442 including t-tops, power windows, power trunk and power antenna to name a few. The eighth number in vin is a “9” which documents a 442. Interior looks very clean as would be expected with a low mile car. Car runs good, brakes are solid and tires are in very good condition. Doesn’t leak any fluids or smoke. Comes with car cover and t-top bags.

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STxViking posted on March 18, 2019, 6:02 pm
Low mileage with good interior, but the 83/84 hood and str8 black paint? Still may have to make a trip and see this one. The car in Newark didn't last long
STxViking posted on March 18, 2019, 6:13 pm
86 in Seabrook NH is the cleanest ive seen, not 442, so 1700 to put 3.23 posi and dual exhaust into it. Precision Engine offers a 270h/320t upgrade on a 307 for 2K, which would make a driveable car while not killing the 200-4 tranny and shopping a good 350-400HP build... anyone had an experience with them?
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$3,000
$9,592
$19,870
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2% under 4k

34% between 8k and 12k

42% between 12k and 16k

19% between 16k and 20k

2% over 16k

* These values are based off the 53 1987 442s that have been posted on this site.

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