1979 Hurst Olds W-30 - $5,500

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1979 Hurst Olds W-30

  • Year: 1979
  • Model: Hurst Olds
  • Price: $5,500
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Ad Description
Numbers matching car. Car runs, drives and stops with new tires, gas tank, sending unit, fuel pump and all around tune-up.
Car is solid, apart of the deck lid (pictured).
Car was kept inside until late 2000s - clear coat is pealing but interior is still in great shape.
Clear title. No trades.
Woody
Newbie
#1
I am still trying to come to grips as to the reason Oldsmobile and Hurst put out this model without the lighting rods? Did anyone ask Linda Vaughn prior? The 1979 was the prime model year to do the Cutlass the Hurst way. It was the only 1970s year the Cutlass was small and nimble. A "worked" 350 in that nimble body was the way to go. The W30 option helps its sportiness too. Is this car still on the market? With all the Hurst specialty ornamentation needed I wonder about their availability. Huh?
Woody
Beginner
#2
I am still trying to come to grips as to the reason Oldsmobile and Hurst put out this model without the lighting rods? Did anyone ask Linda Vaughn prior? The 1979 was the prime model year to do the Cutlass the Hurst way. It was the only 1970s year the Cutlass was small and nimble. A "worked" 350 in that nimble body was the way to go. The W30 option helps its sportiness too. Is this car still on the market? With all the Hurst specialty ornamentation needed I wonder about their availability. Huh?
Woody
Beginner
#3
I am still trying to come to grips as to the reason Oldsmobile and Hurst put out this model without the lighting rods? Did anyone ask Linda Vaughn prior? The 1979 was the prime model year to do the Cutlass the Hurst way. It was the only 1970s year the Cutlass was small and nimble. A "worked" 350 in that nimble body was the way to go. The W30 option helps its sportiness too. Is this car still on the market? With all the Hurst specialty ornamentation needed I wonder about their availability. Huh?
Woody
Beginner
#4
I am still trying to come to grips as to the reason Oldsmobile and Hurst put out this model without the lighting rods? Did anyone ask Linda Vaughn prior? The 1979 was the prime model year to do the Cutlass the Hurst way. It was the only 1970s year the Cutlass was small and nimble. A "worked" 350 in that nimble body was the way to go. The W30 option helps its sportiness too. Is this car still on the market? With all the Hurst specialty ornamentation needed I wonder about their availability. Huh?
Woody
Newbie
#5
I just found out that Olds borrowed the Hurst name and never farmed out the 1979 model to Hurst. That has to be the reason for not having the lighting rods. A real shame, at least it has W30 option along with a 350 V8.
Woody
Beginner
#6
I just found out that Olds borrowed the Hurst name and never farmed out the 1979 model to Hurst. That has to be the reason for not having the lighting rods. A real shame, at least it has W30 option along with a 350 V8.
Woody
Beginner
#7
I just found out that Olds borrowed the Hurst name and never farmed out the 1979 model to Hurst. That has to be the reason for not having the lighting rods. A real shame, at least it has W30 option along with a 350 V8.
Woody
Beginner
#8
I just found out that Olds borrowed the Hurst name and never farmed out the 1979 model to Hurst. That has to be the reason for not having the lighting rods. A real shame, at least it has W30 option along with a 350 V8.
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