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It`s no GTO, but close. I`m eyeing up a `67 Olds 442, all original, 400 4bbl, 400 turbo, original wheels and paint (rough) needs a trunk, paint, rear bumper, grill. Price seems right at 2700.00 or offer. Car has sat sense `77.
I think it might be worth fixing up. Any 442 fans here??
 

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Nice. Don't see many of those left around. Sounds worthwhile and a money maker If you get it done. Keep us posted.
 

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It`s no GTO, but close. I`m eyeing up a `67 Olds 442, all original, 400 4bbl, 400 turbo, original wheels and paint (rough) needs a trunk, paint, rear bumper, grill. Price seems right at 2700.00 or offer. Car has sat sense `77.
I think it might be worth fixing up. Any 442 fans here??
I looked at a 64 goat a few weeks ago and the guy also had the twin to that car. Same color and it was also a post. He was asking $9,500 and it had good sheet metal.

The data plate should be a 338 with a 5V on the accessory line. The one I was looking at was a Lansing, MI car.

Good luck and If you pass let me know,
 

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66 67 442 very nice cars. My friend Lester had one. It ran fast, and looked sweet. BLACK on BLACK:cool I am not sure about the post cars though. Personally, I think they look good. Extra chrome (stainless) and they are tighter. It seems that they are harder to sell, therefore bring less money. Not to offend anyone,just a local observation. :cheers E
 
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