A real-deal 1967 Oldsmobile 442 coupe dressed all in black is truly a total package classic. After all, you get the comfort of bucket seats, A/C, and an automatic. Add the fact that the date-correct 400 cubic-inch V8 turns this luxury Olds into a street-eating machine, and you have one cool car!
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 its 442 packaging. The Holiday hardtop body, Mag wheels w/redline tires, and all the correct tri-color 442 badging was the ultimate statement of cool. But really it's that paint that grabs you. The black has a hard shine that makes it worthy to be with mirror-like chrome bumpers and rocker trim. It's an overall appearance that tells you someone invested heavily in the right restoration.
Inside, the premium black bucket seat interior instantly reminds you of the 442's dual performance and luxury goal. The intricate stitching and trim on the seats and door panels are the kind of things Olds fans really look for at the car shows. The center console is one of those features that not only adds comfort, but also is an instant prestige symbol, too. The dashboard is one of those great exercises in driver dominance. The big chrome panel houses everything from the original-style AM radio, to the big round gauges that are directly in front grippy three-spoke steering wheel. While you love all of the factory features, this one has great upgrades for performance and comfort, like the large AutoMeter tach and cool modern R-134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. The 400 cubic-inch V8 looks impressive with its chrome air cleaner that competes for shine against the correct golden block. On top of that is a four-barrel carburetor, and as you check the date codes on this impressive V8, you'll be happy to see it is quite period-correct under the hood. The power makes a terrific rumble as it exits out of the dual exhaust (Yes...400 cubic inches, four-barrel carburetor, and dual exhaust – the namesake of the 1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2.) No matter if your idea of classic motoring involves an all-day cruise or the stoplight grand prix, features like the stout TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes keep this big motor classic in the easy cruiser category.
Complete with owner's manual and title docs, it's rare to find a 442 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 how quickly you have to act to make it yours. Call now!!