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A 1967 Oldsmobile 442 tribute coupe dressed in black and red is already an attractive package. But this restomod means you're upgraded in all the best ways. That includes more comfort with pieces like the A/C interior. And there's more performance, too, with the big 455 V8, five-speed, and four-wheel disc brakes.
The 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass is already a great looking car. The extra wide headlights and stacked taillights gave these a mature appearance that looked like they owned the road. But this straight-laced classic coupe has a serious wild streak thanks to the red racing stripe painted on the hood. It kicks off a 442 upgraded packaging that also includes the correct tri-color badging, vented hood, and Super Stock wheels. It's all wrapped in a deep black paint that was updated later. So it strikes the right balance where you have the dark heart look of a muscle car, as well as the good gloss that shows off the straight sheetmetal.
The interior shows off a terrific custom style. The seats have red streaks just like the hood, and the door panels were even done to match. There's plenty of room for family and friends, but this loves to focus on the driver. That's why you have a Grant sports steering wheel, a Hurst floor shifter, and the dash is dominated by AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges. And since this one was built to be driven, you'll be glad you have the combination of the Holiday hardtop, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. After all, there's nothing better than rolling down all the windows, cranking up the best tunes, and still being able to stay as cool as you look behind the wheel.
This coupe exceeds the '67 Olds 442 specs. It starts with a larger motor, the 455 cubic-inch V8. Plus, it's built with go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and Hooker headers feeding the dual exhaust. It's supported by the right pieces, including an MSD Blaster coil and aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans. And this restomod gives you upgraded control over the full power package thanks to the Tremec five-speed manual transmission. There's even boxed rear trailing arms, a sway bar, and limited-slip diff. Add in power steering, power brakes, and upgraded four-wheel discs, and this is a beastly coupe that's also easily tamed.
It's rare to find a 442 tribute upgraded with all the right features that's also turnkey ready for fun this weekend. So since you know how good this coupe is, you also know how quickly you have to act to make it yours. Call today!!!
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