Five Times Olds National First Place Frame Off Restored 442 400 V8 4 Speed PS
- Condition: Used
- Make: Oldsmobile
- Model: 442
- Type: Other
- Doors: 2
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 84483
- Color: Red
- Engine size: 400 V8
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Oldsmobile 442
SUMMARY5-time Olds Club of America Olds Nationals winner / AACA Senior National First Prize recipient
Original 400 cubic inch Rocket V8 / Rare UHV ignition system
Original Muncie 4-speed manual transmission
Correct Spanish Red paint / Correct Black interior
Sale includes the car's original New Car Order form and a binder of restoration photos
Sale includes all of the car's Olds Nationals judging sheets and its AACA plaque
Factory power steering / Factory power front disc and rear drum brakes
10-bolt rear axle / 3.42 gears
Styled Steel wheels
Factory heavy-duty suspension
It's a real shame that so many enthusiasts overlook Oldsmobile when shopping for an awesome classic. Big block Chevelles and aggressively styled GTOs seem to be naturals when it comes to muscle car wish lists. But, n reality, M's 'more proper' divisions created some of the nastiest stoplight warriors ever unleashed on American streets. Oldsmobile, he General's humble technology division, efinitely did its fair share to glorify the rise of Detroit. And this 5-time Olds Nationals champion is a prime example of their much lauded 'bar brawler in a tuxedo' sales mentality. Featuring a numbers-matching drivetrain, n intense Spanish Red on Black color combination and an impressive rotisserie restoration, his Olds is one of the coolest A-Bodies on the planet! And if you're looking for a solid, oad-ready classic that'll turn heads and bring home trophies, t's your round-trip rocket ride to the moon!
Given its mid June build date, orkers at GM's Lansing, ichigan production facility undoubtedly drifted to thoughts of summertime fun as this rich coupe rolled down their assembly line. With a striking combination of modernist appeal and open road prowess, t's virtually impossible to picture this classy Olds in anything other than a happy, unny landscape. Not long ago the car benefitted from a detailed, otisserie restoration, uring which its original sheetmetal was stripped, atched and aligned to better-than-factory condition. A correct layer of Spanish Red base was sealed in modern clear and buffed to an admirable shine. And today, his sweet 442 is a razor-sharp muscle car that intimidates like a cruise missile and shines like the family's best silver.
Hoist the car's mirrored hood and you'll find a correct and equally rare 400 cubic inch Rocket V8, hich is branded with a 442-specific 390925F casting number and "V224517G" assembly stamp. Since pre-68 Rocket blocks are devoid of VIN stamps, e can use that assembly code, hich translates as 400 cubic inch (V) high compression (G) engine number 224517, o validate this coupe's status as a real-deal, umbers-matching 442. Professionally rebuilt and fully detailed, he hot V8 is a super-efficient wedge head design that utilizes a standard stroke and undersquare bore to create stout 10.5 to 1 compression, 50 horsepower and 440 lb./ft. of stump-pulling torque. Stomp the throttle and a big Rochester Quadrajet mixes juice from new stainless fuel lines with wind that's supplied by a chrome, orrectly decaled air cleaner. At the sides of that carb, orrect "C" branded heads hang above correct, ast iron exhaust manifolds, hich make quick work of spent gases. And at the back of those heads, correct red cap distributor sequences spark between high quality Packard TV R Suppression Cables and a rare UHV ignition system. Aesthetically, his Oldsmobile's Satin Black fenders and correct Bronze block look fantastic against their vivid red shell. And the entire engine bay, rom its pliable hoses and Delco master cylinder to its correct alternator and tagged Delco battery, eatures a clean, actory-spec appearance.
The bottom of this awesome 442 is completely solid, howing no signs of undue wear or question-inducing battle scars. The aforementioned Rocket 400 fronts a rugged 4-speed that's branded with a correct 3885010 casting number and Muncie (P) assembled on February (B) 7th (07) 1967 (7) build stamp. That proven transmission sends power to a stout 10-bolt that's equipped with moderate, .42 gears. That driveline hangs in a tagged heavy-duty suspension, hich includes better shocks, hicker coil springs, einforced control arms and a mandatory rear sway bar. Power-assisted discs and drums provide braking, hile turns come courtesy of factory power steering. At the center of the car, luminized pipes funnel spent gases through buff DynoMax mufflers and chrome-trimmed exhaust tips. And Styled Steel wheels spin F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sport redlines around rocket-branded center caps.
Inside this impressive Olds, ou'll find a correct Black interior that's both comfortable and appealing. At the center of the car, tainless-trimmed seats ride on fresh black carpet that's protected by "OLDSMOBILE" branded floor mats. At the sides of those seats, lean door panels center modernist armrests in bright chrome handles and straight stainless trim. A warp-free dash hangs an old school pushbutton radio beside restored factory telemetry. At the base of that dash, n optional console frames a stylish Hurst 442 shifter. In front of the driver, chrome-trimmed steering wheel laps a tilting column. And behind the passengers, fully restored trunk anchors a fifth Styled Steel wheel and fifth redline tire between clean decals, correct jack and a fresh mat.
If you've made it this far, ou know this Oldsmobile is really something special. And, pparently the show scene seems to agree. Here's a list of the car's major accolades.First Place at the 2009 Oldsmobile Club of America Olds Nationals (995 out of 1000 points)
First Place at the 2010 Oldsmobile Club of America Olds Nationals (995 out of 1000 points)
First Place at the 2012 Oldsmobile Club of America Olds Nationals (1000 out of 1000 points)
First Place at the 2013 Oldsmobile Club of America Olds Nationals (1000 out of 1000 points)
First Place at the 2014 Oldsmobile Club of America Olds Nationals (998 out of 1000 points)
Awarded an Antique Automobile Club of America Senior National First Prize (2013)
Given its history of awards, here's no doubting the quality of this impressive 442's restoration. But, or good measure, ere's a basic breakdown of the car's VIN and cowl tag.
VIN: 338177MXXXXXX3: Oldsmobile Motor Division
38: Cutlass Supreme V8
17: 2-door Holiday coupe
7: 1967 model year
M: Assembled in Lansing, ichigan
XXXXXX: Sequential production number
COWL TAG:06B: Assembled during the second (B) week of June (06), 967
67: 1967 model year
33817: Oldsmobile (3) Cutlass Supreme V8 (38) 2-door Holiday coupe (17)
LAN: Assembled in Lansing, ichigan
29474: Sequential production number
970-B: Black interior that's complete with bucket seats
RR: Spanish Red paint
OUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION AND ACCESSORIESThe car's original New Car Order form
The car's original Pre-Delivery Inspection and Adjustment Check Sheet
The car's original warranty booklet
An original Dealer Technical Bulletin regarding the car's ignition system
A vintage title
A binder of restoration photos
Judging sheets for all five of the car's Olds Nationals victories
Paperwork for the car's AACA Senior National First Prize
The car's AACA Senior National First Prize plaque
Two sets of original keys
A "1967" tag
Tired of the same old Chevelles and GTOs you can find anywhere, nytime? Then take a close look at this award-winning 442! Fully restored and ready to roll, t's a super cool classic that's poised to turn heads and win fans. Whether you're an emphatic Oldsmobile collector, r a serious muscle car aficionado who just wants something a little different, his cool A-Body is the perfect investment!