1976 Olds 442 - $6,800

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1976 Olds 442

  • Year: 1976
  • Model: 442
  • Price: $6,800
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Olds 442 1976. Price is firm.
Thomas
Newbie
#1
Is this car still available
Thomas
Beginner
#2
Is this car still available
Thomas
Beginner
#3
Is this car still available
Thomas
Beginner
#4
Is this car still available
Woody
Newbie
#5
I am not trying to disparage your sporty 4-4-2, however it's misrepresented. We both know it most likely has no 4-barrels in the carberation. We both know it has no 4-speed manual. Does it at least have true dual exhaust pipes? Most likely not I would bet. I like the car's presentation straight black on pearl white. These mid-to-late '70s examples of the big boys of the '60s and early '70s are "not all that" with those bulging bumpers. Cut the price in half and we can talk about your 2-3-1. What is next a 4-door Charger?
Woody
Beginner
#6
I am not trying to disparage your sporty 4-4-2, however it's misrepresented. We both know it most likely has no 4-barrels in the carberation. We both know it has no 4-speed manual. Does it at least have true dual exhaust pipes? Most likely not I would bet. I like the car's presentation straight black on pearl white. These mid-to-late '70s examples of the big boys of the '60s and early '70s are "not all that" with those bulging bumpers. Cut the price in half and we can talk about your 2-3-1. What is next a 4-door Charger?
Woody
Beginner
#7
I am not trying to disparage your sporty 4-4-2, however it's misrepresented. We both know it most likely has no 4-barrels in the carberation. We both know it has no 4-speed manual. Does it at least have true dual exhaust pipes? Most likely not I would bet. I like the car's presentation straight black on pearl white. These mid-to-late '70s examples of the big boys of the '60s and early '70s are "not all that" with those bulging bumpers. Cut the price in half and we can talk about your 2-3-1. What is next a 4-door Charger?
Woody
Beginner
#8
I am not trying to disparage your sporty 4-4-2, however it's misrepresented. We both know it most likely has no 4-barrels in the carberation. We both know it has no 4-speed manual. Does it at least have true dual exhaust pipes? Most likely not I would bet. I like the car's presentation straight black on pearl white. These mid-to-late '70s examples of the big boys of the '60s and early '70s are "not all that" with those bulging bumpers. Cut the price in half and we can talk about your 2-3-1. What is next a 4-door Charger?
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