1971 442 W30 Oldsmobile - $39,900

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1971 442 W30 Oldsmobile

  • Year: 1971
  • Model: 442
  • Price: $39,900
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Fully documented matching numbers 1971 Georgia matching numbers Oldsmobile 442 W30 hardtop with original build sheets. Started collecting about 50 years ago and the main objective was to buy the best one owner, matching numbers, rust free cars for pleasure and investment. This 442, along with others in our collection, are being sold due to the owners age/health. We have been buying/selling parts and cars on ebay for over 29 years with a solid 100 percent positive feedback and no longer work with ebay. We bought this car locally in Georgia about 40 years ago and it has been in our storage warehouse since then. A lot of time and money have been spent recently on getting it to a running and driving condition but there is no time left. Mechanically almost everything is brand new, including fresh engine rebuild. Needs paint/body and interior work to finish. A fully documented matching numbers W30 Georgia car. Originally purchased brand new in Georgia and has never left the State. All identifying numbers are in their correct location and are unmodified matching numbers. All original Jade green factory paint except for the front fenders. No bondo anywhere. Never restored. 99% is factory original. Rest is new parts getting it running/driving. Comes with a clear title, original build sheets that were found under the fuel tank and a huge stack of receipts.
PARTIAL LIST OF NEW PARTS: Complete engine rebuild - radiator - hoses - battery tray - power steering gearbox - power steering pump - starter - alternator - fuel lines - dual gate shift lever and bushings - torque converter - flex plate - air conditioning compressor - brake calipers - brake rotors - brake master cylinder - brake pads - brake shoes - wheel cylinders - brake proportioning valve - windshield - engine bay wiring harnesses. AND MORE. Contact me via email for more photos and information.
Looks like the wrong rear end for an unrestored car
The body, frame and floor pans (large holes) are all severely rusted, not to mention the wrong rear end. Steep price for condition. You bought it 40 years ago for the right price.
40G Really?????
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