1970 Olds W-30 4speed Convertible Complete Disassembly
Inline Tube's next project has begun!! This time a 1970 Oldsmobile W-30 4
speed convertible, this car is one of 96 made this year and is going to be
an exciting project.
Of course Wings Auto Art will be involved with this project as will
http://www.inlinetube.com/ with our full line of restoration parts. Thanks
to Nile at http://www.wingsautoart.com/ for helping us out with this
project as well as several past projects.
1969 Oldsmobile 442 $31,900.00
Clean North Carolina car, true (344) 442, Recent Frame-Off Restoration,
beautiful Rallye red paint, white 442 striping, factory Parchment interior,
455 ci engine, dual Edelbrock 500 cfm 4 bbl's, aluminum intake, mild
camshaft, Hooker ceramic headers, MSD 6AL-2 ignition, power steering, power
4 wheel disc brakes, factory air conditioning, 400 turbohydramatic transmission, bucket seats with
console, Hurst His/Hers dual gate shifter, Sport steering wheel, Rally dash
with tic-toc-tach & gauges, Customaudio am-fm radio, Flowmaster dual Exhaust with trumpet tips, 12 bolt 3.23
limited slip rear end with W27 aluminum cover & sway bar, new 235/55R17
rear tires, 215/35R17 fronts new 17" REV wheels (comes with original Rally
wheels), Ram Air hood, rear spoiler, factory jack with spare, 88,000
original miles, Show Quality!
My 1968 Olds 442 4-Speed 455 For Sale
I built this 442 as a tribute to the first car I customized when I was 16
years old. I went with the same deep black with a metal flake gold stripe.
This car started out as a Cutlass S. It had a rocket 350 with a 2 speed
automatic on the column and a 10 bolt rear end. I rebuilt and put in a 1969
Toronado 455 at around 400 horsepower. I also put in a
Muncie M21 4-Speed and a 12 bolt rear end. The new dual Exhaust are flowmasters and sounds great. It has
new brakes and air shocks.You'd be hard pressed to tell this wasn't an
actual 442. The 455 has around 11 miles on it and the car has around 96,000
miles. If interested, drop me an email.
I built a web page detailing the beginning to the end of this project with
134320 / 1969 Oldsmobile 442
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/mgln7nw
If you're looking for a documented, investment grade classic that'll bring
home big trophies, and net an even bigger return, this 986-point 442 is
your roundtrip rocket ride to the moon!
Not long ago, this Oldsmobile underwent a professional, frame-off
restoration in which none of its bolts were left unturned, and all of its
panels were massaged to better-than-factory condition. Fit and finish is
light years ahead of most 60s classics, with even gaps all around. A
correct coat of GM code 52 Crimson basecoat was sealed in modern clear and
detailed with bright white stripes for all to admire. And today, six
figures into the future, this 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 an original, 400 cubic inch
Rocket V8 which is branded with a correct, 442-specific 396026G casting
number and matching 39M287334 partial VIN. Since Rocket blocks are devoid
of date codes, we can use that partial VIN, which translates as a 1969 (9)
Oldsmobile (3) engine that was installed in car 287334 in Lansing, Michigan
(M), to authenticate this convertible's status as a real deal,
numbers-matching 442. Professionally rebuilt and fully detailed, the 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, 325 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
Fire Red, single-snorkel air cleaner. At the sides of that carburetor, "K"
branded heads hang above restored, cast iron Exhaust manifolds that make quick work of spent
gases. And at the back of those heads, a correct points distributor shoots
fire through fresh 7mm plug wires.
Behind that 400 cubic inch V8 lives a 400 of another sort: a rugged turbo-Hydramatic 3-speed that's branded with a
correct 1969 (69) 442 (OG) assembly tag. That proven transmission sends
power to a stout, 12-bolt rear end that's equipped with tall,
pavement-melting gears. That driveline hangs in a mandatory heavy duty
suspension, which includes better shocks, thicker coil springs, reinforced
control arms and a standard rear sway bar. And at the corners of the car,
Crimson, Styled Steel wheels spin 225/70R14 BF Goodrich Radial T/As around
spotless trim rings and Oldsmobile-branded center caps.
Inside this pristine drop-top, you'll find a new White interior that's both
comfortable and appealing. At the center of the car, stainless-trimmed
seats ride on fresh red carpet that's protected by thick rubber floor mats.
In front of those seats, a warp-free dash hangs familiar 442 trim between
rebuilt Rallye gauges, which include a cool tic-toc tachometer and a
modern, direct-fit radio. And in front of the driver, a satin-spoked
steering wheel laps a striking Oldsmobile horn button.
Whether you're an emphatic Oldsmobile collector, or a serious muscle car
fan who wants something a little different, this rare A-Body is the perfect
investment! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more
Boyd Coddington dying last words exposes Chip Foose
Boyd Coddington accused Chip Foose of betraying him and stealing his copy
right hot rod designs also setting up a program and taking his co-workers
in bribes and kick backs, as he states in this video
Chip Foose has tried to repair the damage he caused to Boyd Coddington and
American Hot Rod program with this video
this video clearly shows building a monument of Boyd Coddington is a PR
damage repair to justify stealing Boyd's copy right designs. The fans of
Boyd Coddington stay faithful to Boyd and will not retract their feelings
against Chip Foose
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