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1970 W30 Oldsmobile 442 - $49,900


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November 10th, 2017 at 7:57.27 ampermalink
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1970 W30 Oldsmobile 442

1970 W30 Oldsmobile 442$49,900

$19,899
Description: 1970 w30 Oldsmobile 442

Here is a rare opportunity to own a basically, unmolested numbers-matching w30 with paperwork! Car runs and drives perfectly.
Motor (455) nor the transmission (turbo 400) have ever been out of the car. Car has the factory 12-bolt posi rear and power... [Read more]

  • Post time: November 10th, 2017
    Year/Model: 1970/442
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    Location: Kutztown, PA
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November 10th, 2017 at 7:59.10 am#1
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So what does everyone think of that last part, "Protect-o-Plate numbers match exactly, however, the written numbers on the paper inside the sleeve are 2 numbers off. This is clearly human error as all other information matches"? Legit W30?


November 10th, 2017 at 7:44.34 pm#2
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Joffroi wrote: So what does everyone think of that last part, "Protect-o-Plate numbers match exactly, however, the written numbers on the paper inside the sleeve are 2 numbers off. This is clearly human error as all other information matches"? Legit W30?self. 


This isn't the first time I've heard of things like that happening but I don't see any documentation that it's a W30



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November 11th, 2017 at 7:36.06 am#3
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What about this build sheet? Does it hold any validity? 




November 11th, 2017 at 9:02.32 am#4
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Joffroi wrote:

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What about this build sheet? Does it hold any validity? 

Of course, but that wasn't attached in the ad you posted.  It's a Fisher Broadcast card, not a build sheet though




November 11th, 2017 at 11:30.57 am#5
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Yikes, so I found bad code in my site that was limiting the images being displayed to 18 and not 24. I expanded it. I still see some formatting issues depending on the browser unfortunately that I don't have time to immediately dig into. So broadcast cards don't help in validation?


November 13th, 2017 at 12:13.45 pm#6
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Joffroi wrote: So broadcast cards don't help in validation?

Yes, In 70-71 they do.  I assume for 72 as well.  W30 (or W31) is listed on the Broadcast card.  They don't do anything for 68-69's because W30 or W31 doesn't appear on the broadcast card.  The only thing similar the broadcast card of a 442 has is W29 in 68-69, which only tells you its a 442.  Of course the VIN tells you that too so it doesn't help much




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