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Oldsmobile : 442 15th Anniversary Hurst/Olds

Sale price: $14,500.00 make an offer

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Date: 2020-04-26

Luciano Bragagnolo (from Montreal) offered 12000 usd

Price trends for this listing:
03.12.2013: $14,977.00
05.12.2013: $15,482.00
13.12.2013: $15,512.00

Car location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Seller's notes: Headliner on top of drivers side needs to be 're-glued" to headliner board. Headliner board is old and therefore collapses when pressed, looks like memory foam that does not come back to original shape. GM used bad quality here and they all do that. Door switch stays on, may need new switch

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Model:
442
Year:
1983
Mileage:
47,485
Engine:
307 HP (code 9)
Trim:
2 Door
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Oldsmobile : 442 15th Anniversary Hurst/Olds for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 425 votes
You are bidding a CLASSIC HARD TO FIND MUSCLE CAR 1983 Cutlass Hurst/Olds 15th Anniversary Edition 
THESE ARE ACTUAL PICS AND MORE WILL BE ADDED!  Will be adding pics; rear. trunk. back seats. shifter and center console
This car has NEVER seen winter conditions and has been basically stored for the last 10 years in a private heated garage on jacks.  Car has not been started in the last 5 years. The car prior to those 5 years worked great with no mechanical problems or defeats.  The car was re-painted due to the bad clear coat that GM used in those days. So repainted without and rust or damage repairs---car never had an accident.  Transmission was re-done and there also respecting all original parts and specifications.  All original parts have been maintained and respected. The only exception being the AIR pump that was removed. but i have the pump available if you want.  Also have a few replacement parts that you will get with the purchase.   Also included are the owners manual. and extra manuals purchased; the chassis service manual. mechanical troubleshooting manual. the Fisher body manual. the AC Delco Manual with specific ETR (option) radio manual and spec sheet for carburetor re-build 
Serious people only and only serious offers will be considered. IMPORTANT: The BUYER will have to PAY and ORGANIZE shipment of this car from my home.  If buyer does not have a location right now. I can keep car where it is until April 1st at the latest until buyer finds a place. Payment must be made at time of pickup within 7 days or PREARRANGED. but an PAYPAL NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF $1. 00 will be required AS SOON AS AUCTION IS WON
Car is available for inspection. but this must be done at my place as car will remain on jacks until purchase is finalized.  
THIS IS A CANADIAN CAR and actual MILEAGE IN KM is 76. 20 THIS CAR DOES NOT HAVE T-TOP or MOONROOF 
Thank you for your interest  below is a bit of background on these fabulous cars
A great opportunity to own a real Hurst/Olds. The mid-Eighties were strange times for performance car fans. The glory days of the muscle car era were only about 15 years earlier. but when they ended. an entirely new mentality overtook the public consciousness. A little more than a decade later. the good old days might well have been ancient history. as cars changed profoundly and fundamentally. Front-wheel drive. fuel injection. and ads that touted miles per gallon rather than miles per hour were the norm in the 1980s. The few models that had performance intents were next-generation cars with McPherson strut suspensions. turbochargers. and dashboards that looked like circuit boards. Then there was the 1983 Hurst/Olds. A model designed to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the original. 1968 model. the “new” Hurst/Olds was really a 15-year-later example of classic Sixties architecture: body-on-frame construction (GM's venerable G-body). control-arm front suspension. and a V-8 engine driving a live rear axle. There was no space-age styling or monochromatic trim. The Cutlass-based Hurst/Olds was boxy and ringed with chrome. Only 3. 01 examples were built (201 sold in Canada). all of them black with a silver lower body and red dividing stripe. Special badges. door graphics. a rear spoiler. and styled steel wheels were part of the striking exterior package. All of the cars came off Olds' assembly line in Lansing. MI. and then shipped about 45 miles away to secondary manufacturer Cars and Concepts. which changed each Cutlass into a Hurst model. Each carried the order code W-40. T-tops were an $825 option. and a power moonroof was offered. too. Performance-wise. every Hurst/Olds packed a four-barrel-fed. 307-cube engine with 180 horsepower. a Hydra-Matic 200-4R overdrive transmission. and a 3. 73 rear axle. Along with its 180 horses was a solid 245 lb-ft of torque. It was a combination good for 16-second quarter-miles and 0-60 sprints of about nine seconds. The performance may not have set the dragstrip on fire. but the Hurst Lightning Rod shifter system gave the car a unique. signature feature that looked wild and worked quite well. Essentially a mechanical version of the electronically controlled. manual-shift automatics used in many cars today. the Lightning Rod shifter enabled the driver to use a separate shifter for each upshift. The shifter has proven very robust over the years. with most owners reporting problems related to the basic 200-4R transmission to which it is connected. However. replacement shifters and parts for them basically don't exist. so if one breaks. the owner is stuck–figuratively and perhaps. literally.  
SPECIFICATIONS Number Built – 3001 Construction– Body-on-frame Engine – 307 cubic-inch V-8 Power/Torque – 180 horsepower. 245 lb-ft torque Transmission – Hydra-Matic 200-4R four-speed automatic Suspension front – Independent. unequal control arms with shocks and coil springs. stabilizer bar Suspension rear – Live axle with four trailing arms; air shocks. coil springs. and stabilizer bar Brakes – Front disc/rear drum Length/width/height – 200/71. 6/54. 9 inches Wheelbase – 108. 1 inches Weight – 3. 57 lbs.  0-60/quarter mile – 9. 1 seconds. 16. 6 seconds at 83 mph (Car and Driver. July 1985*) (1985 Olds 442 equipped with the same powertrain) Top speed – 113 mph (Car and Driver. July 1985*) MPG – 15 - 22 est.  

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