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June 23rd, 2017 at 8:22.12 am#1
Joffroi
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Here is a rough one that just came on the market. $3,500 OBO. There are a couple 72 W30 owners here (me being one of the proud ones).

https://classicoldsmobile.com/forums/cars-sale/116519-1972-w30-project-car.html

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June 23rd, 2017 at 8:23.59 am#2
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jasonadrake wrote:

Wanted prefer 1972 W-30 but 1970-1971 ok too. Any color, driver condition give or take, must be automatic, other options open. jasonadrake@aol.com 651-564-0735. Prefer email or text. Thanks!!

Oh, and what location are you looking in?




June 25th, 2017 at 8:07.41 am#3
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Since you aren't too far from Canada, it might be worth checking that area out. Thats were I found mine and the exchange rate is really working in our favor.  kijiji is a site they have similar to craigslist.  You can't complain too much about your collect if you have a F85 Rallye!




June 27th, 2017 at 3:04.15 am#4
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jasonadrake wrote:

Found car, couldn't figure out how to delete this post looking for one, sorry, thanks!!

Seriously? Did you actually find a 72 W30? I feel like you gotta share more info! Haha




June 28th, 2017 at 6:32.45 am#5
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jasonadrake wrote:

Sorry no should have been more clear. Found "A" car ha ha. 1970 442. Non W-30. Will have my hands/driveway full now so the active search is off but will always have my eyes open of course.

70 442 is definitely not to shabby. I'm still surprised you found a 442 at all that quickly.  Feel free to post a restoration thread or in the Showcase your Olds! Enjoy. 



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July 9th, 2017 at 12:42.32 am#6
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OK, still looking for 70-72 W-30, would prefer 1972 hardtop, no convertible. No huge projects and no show pieces. Would prefer something in between, good running driver that needs this and that.




July 12th, 2017 at 4:08.21 pm#7
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jasonadrake wrote:

OK, still looking for 70-72 W-30, would prefer 1972 hardtop, no convertible. No huge projects and no show pieces. Would prefer something in between, good running driver that needs this and that. 

Did the 442 fall through? 


July 12th, 2017 at 5:23.21 pm#8
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Unfortunately yes although nobodies fault. Great car just too many little things adding up that needed work on the car and then not being able to take a closer look personally. In the end determined it wasn't the right car at the right time.




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