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This 1969 Hurst/Olds tribute is an extremely well done car that features a correct 455 and is priced at about a third of what it would take to build something like this from the ground up.
A 2007 nut and bolt rotisserie restoration started with a 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass and, using correct colors and details, professionally transformed it into the fine tribute you see here. The straight and clean body was covered with a basecoat/clearcoat finish that includes correct Cameo White under correct Firefrost Gold stripes that have been professionally trimmed in black, just as the original Hurst/Olds were. Up front, grilles borrowed from the 442 have been completely blacked out just as they were on original '69 Hurst/Olds. In the middle of those grilles a Firefrost gold stripe with its surrounding black accents starts where the bumper meets the center of the nose and runs to the top center of the cars correct 'mail box' hood scoop which includes correct "H/O 455" decals. The cars sporty profile is emphasized by correct Hurts/Olds emblems, correct Hurst/Olds rear quarter decals, correct English racing mirrors and correct Firefrost Gold stripes. At the rear of the car, dual Hurst/Olds trunk emblems sit below a tall decklid spoiler that is correctly trimmed at each end with Firefrost Gold and black pin stripes.
The engine is a correct code 396021F 455 Oldsmobile Rocket block that sounds meaner than most of the cars in our RK Motors showroom. Turn the key and a Demon carburetor sucks air through a new correctly decaled chrome air cleaner and feeds fuel from stainless lines into to an Edelbrock Performer Oldsmobile 455 aluminum intake. Behind the Demon carburetor, an HEI distributor feeds fire through Taylor wires which are loomed around pristine chrome valve covers. Below those valve covers, ceramic coated long tube headers send Exhaust out through a true dual Exhaust system. Someone paid close attention to the details during this cars restoration as the Cameo White body panels mesh seamlessly with the satin black engine bay and contrast well to the orange engine block and silver accessories.
The bottom of the car has been over restored to include glossy and spotless Cameo white on the floor board that contrasts brilliantly with a satin black frame and drive line that are in excellent shape. A 12 bolt limited slip rear end and sits behind a correct double A-arm front suspension and is held in place by a triangulated four link rear suspension. Braking is provided by correct power drums all around and turning is aided by factory correct power steering. A turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed transmission sends power to the rear wheels while Exhaust flows out of the long tube ceramic headers into a true dual system complete with a crossover and Flowmaster mufflers. At each corner of the car, 14 inch Oldsmobile stamped style 2 wheels are painted in Firefrost Gold, trimmed in chrome and feature chrome trim rings, chrome lug nuts and chrome center caps with red Oldsmobile rocket logos. Wrapped around those SS2 wheels is reliable 225/70/14 BF Goodrich radials.
Inside the car, new vinyl seats sit on new sound deadening insulation and new carpet that is protected by new mats. Front and rear door panels feature the same pattern as the seats and are decorated with great looking chrome and stainless trim pieces. A factory correct short console features wood grain applique and houses a dual gate chrome Hurst shifter for the cars TH350. The dash pad shows no signs of sun damage, housing the cars gauge cluster and chrome vents for the heat and air conditioning. The lower dash is trimmed in stainless and houses a correct Oldsmobile AM radio with a courtesy light above the knobs and controls for the heat and air conditioning. On the passenger's side of the dash you'll find a correct Hurst/Olds logo attached to the locking glove box and in front of the driver, a four spoke satin finished steering wheel features a red Oldsmobile rocket logo.
This 1969 Hurst/Olds tribute is a phenomenal car that could not be reproduced for three times the asking price.
Hurst Lightning Rods Triple Shifter Operation - 1984 Hurst/Olds
Just a quick take on the basic operation of a triple shifter. I got my thoughts mixed up explaining the shifting sequence(s), but hopefully it makes sense. At the time the car was produced "Hurst Lightning Rods" shifter package was presented exclusively in the 83' & 84' Hurst/Olds; however they can be retro fitted to other vehicles. I also did a rolling start (30mph) to 85+, and then a 0-60.
1970 oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 455 burnout
This is my 70 Cutlass it is a work in progress. It originally had the 350 rocket, I came across a 70 Cutlass S with the 455 rocket and switched the motors. I had the 455 completely rebuilt before putting it in. I put it on here to show whats been done so far. Thanks for looking. If you like videos with cars and trucks jumppin muddding smashing burnout or just burning.SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL.
1969 oldsmobile cutlass s walk around
This is my 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S
things i didnt mention:
grant steering wheel
Boxed rear lower control arms
Quick Ratio Steering Gearbox
50,000V HEI Ignition
1969 Oldsmobile 442 FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
Beautifully restored to original, matching #'s 400 cid V-8 @ 350hp, matching #'s Muncie 4-speed transmission, posi-trac rear differential, mirror finish correct coded Trophy blue paint, new matching blue bucket seat interior w/ factory console, new chrome bumpers + stainless, disc brakes, power steering, great sounding trumpet tip Exhaust, rally dash w/ factory gauges and Tic-Toc-Tach, SSII rally wheels w/ redline radials, hidden digital sound system, great driving muscle, very correct car, show
or drive this classic 442.
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132683 / 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds
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If you're looking for rare, investment grade muscle with a fresh top-notch restoration that will bring home big trophies and an even bigger return, this 1968 Hurst/Olds is the car you've been waiting for.
Originally delivered to Mitchell Oldsmobile in Huntington New York, this 1968 Hurst/Olds recently benefitted from a top-notch, professional nut and bolt rotisserie restoration that was painstakingly executed to the highest level. During that restoration the cars clean and solid body panels were completely disassembled, thoroughly prepped and covered in a super slick Peruvian Silver basecoat/clearcoat finish that includes correct black accent stripes and professionally painted white pin stripes. Today, the cars straight and spectacular looking body exhibits no major defects and its narrow panel gaps provide the kind of excellent fit and functionality that would've been nonexistent back in 1968.
Lift the hood on this rare 1968 Oldsmobile and you'll find its original W45 Rocket 455 which carries a correct 1968 Oldsmobile big block 396021F casting number and a correct 38M407836 partial VIN. The new for 1968 Rocket 455 used an increased stroke to create 390 horsepower and one of the meanest sounds to ever come out of an American muscle car. Stomp the throttle and a correct 7028255 W31 4-barrel carburetor mixes fuel from new stainless fuel lines with air from a new black and chrome dual snorkel air cleaner and shoves it into a correct cast iron 4V intake manifold. At the sides of that intake, correct Oldsmobile "D" heads sit above correct cast iron Exhaust manifolds which make quick work of spent gases; and behind the carburetor, a correct points distributor sends fire through correct black Packard Suppression wires. At the front of the engine, reproduction GM hoses circulate water through a correct radiator while new V-belts spin a new alternator, a new power steering pump and a correct fan.
Underneath the car, original rust free floorpans display an even coat of GM satin black paint that looks perfect above a straight frame and a spotless, correctly marked gray driveline. Behind the big block 455, the car's original code O turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed transmission sends power to correct pavement melting 3.91 gears, and Exhaust flows through a mandrel bent true dual system into factory replacement mufflers. At the front of the car, factory correct double A-arms hold fresh coils and new shocks above a completely rebuilt and chalk marked front suspension, and at the back of the car, a fully restored, marked and tagged triangulated four link suspension hangs fresh coil springs and new spiral shocks next to a correct T3 12 bolt rear end. Braking is provided by standard equipment Hurst/Olds power front disc and rear drum brakes which receive fluid from new stainless lines and a correct Delco brake Booster. At the corners of the car, black 14 inch Oldsmobile stamped style two (SSII) wheels wear gray and silver paint, Oldsmobile rocket center caps and G70-14 Goodyear Polyglas white wall tires.
Inside the car, you'll find a nicely restored GM code 940 black vinyl interior that is both comfortable and appealing. New vinyl seats sit on new carpet that is protected by new rubber floor mats and great looking new door panels are decorated with pristine stainless trim pieces. Above the seats a new headliner is stretched tight across the roof and between the seats, a factory correct short console features authentic Hurst/Olds exclusive Walnut trim around a correct Hurst dual-gate ratchet shifter that permits automatic or manual shifting. In front of the driver, a new dash pad houses a Hurst/Olds exclusive tic-toc tachometer above Hurst/Olds exclusive Walnut trim and a correct Oldsmobile AM radio. In front of the passenger, a correct Hurst/Olds logo is attached to the cars locking glove box, and in front of the driver, an authentic wood trimmed three spoke satin finished steering wheel features a red Oldsmobile rocket logo. Behind the cockpit, a fully restored trunk is correctly equipped with fresh spatter paint, a new houndstooth mat, a correct spare tire and correct trunk lid decals.
This phenomenal 1968 Hurst/Olds is a super rare car that is the perfect investment for an emphatic Oldsmobile collector or any serious muscle car fan who wants something a little different.
1969 Olds 442 burnout
A couple of short burnouts in my 442. Nothing crazy just one from idle and a small brake stand to get the tires a little smokier.
132545 / 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
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If you're in the market for a one owner, collector car with just 23,304 original miles, this Corvette is for you.
1996 Corvette Grand Sport, #731 has been masterfully maintained and exhibits excellent build quality that feels just as solid as the car looks. The sleek and aerodynamic C4 Grand Sport body is covered in GM's Corvette exclusive Admiral Blue which is probably one of the best Corvette colors ever created. A broad Artic White stripe flows from the nose of the car to the convex rear valence and is trimmed by factory white on blue decals that provide the illusion of pin stripping. Two bright red hash marks on the driver's side fender contrast well with the Admiral Blue and are a direct nod to Corvette heritage where a specific number of hash marks was used to identify specific cars. On the leading edge of the car a stamped Corvette tag insert sits below a chrome C4 Corvette emblem that looks very classy against the Artic White stripe. Body matched trim flows all the way around the car and sits above subtle, but aggressive Corvette gills and below chrome "Grand Sport" emblems on the front fenders. At the rear, fender flares are a Grand Sport coupe exclusive and serve to both pay homage to original Corvette Grand Sports and cover 11 inch wide rear tires lifted straight from the now defunct ZR-1. On the rear valence, four traditional round Corvette tail lights are divided by the Arctic white stripe which features another stamped Corvette script. At the corners, correct 17 inch black ZR-1 style wheels wearing 275/40 front and 315/35 rear Nitto Extreme radials feature machined lips and silver C4 Corvette logos.
Under this Corvettes hood is GM's highly regarded LT4 V8 that was exclusive to the Grand Sport and a handful of GM F-Bodys. Using the LT1 as a starting point, the LT4 added a higher compression ratio, a higher redline, bigger valves, a better crank and roller rockers to dish out 330 horsepower and 340 ft./lb. of torque. The red Grand Sport exclusive intake manifold matches the car's interior and flows to red "Grand Sport" lettering on the model plate at the front of the motor. Grand Sport specific red ignition wires add a little extra spice to an already unique package and the engine cover features red Corvette lettering with C4 Corvette emblems. Everything under the hood looks great and it's obvious that none of the original factory parts have been disturbed in the 15 years of this cars existence.
Behind the LT4, a tough and smooth ZF 6-speed sends power through 3.45 gears to the massive 11 inch, Grand Sport coupe specific rear tires. All 1996 Corvettes had a standard double A-arm front and independent rear set up but the Grand Sport coupe received more aggressive settings that were fine tuned for performance driving. Four wheel power disc brakes feature black calipers with silver "Corvette" lettering and keep the power well under control. The chassis on this car is just as clean as the engine compartment and exterior showing minimal wear and absolutely no signs of weathering.
This handsome C4 Corvette is one of the few Grand Sports optioned with a red leather interior. The seating surfaces of this car show virtually no wear and the heated and adjustable buckets make you feel like you're in a padded and comfortable racing seat. On the headrests you'll find an embroidered Grand Sport logo and beside the seats you'll find matching red seatbelts. Inside the dash, a combination digital and analog gauge cluster is fully functional and would be perfectly at home in a car half the age of this Corvette. Luxury equipment is evident throughout the interior and includes automatic climate control, power seats and windows, power adjustable heated exterior mirrors and a Delco/Bose AM/FM radio equipped with both a CD player and a cassette player. Under the rear hatch, you'll find enough storage space to stow the cars lift off roof or about $150 worth of groceries.
Grand Sport #731 has been a collectible car since its creation and has been immaculately maintained, logging less than 1,500 miles each year since it rolled out of GMs Bowling Green assembly plant.
132500 / 1958 Chevrolet Corvette
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This incredible Corvette, built at a cost of more than $200,000, combines modern technology and performance into one of the most timeless body styles ever conceived.
It took three years to turn this 1958 Corvette into a curve carving resto-modded street machine. During that process, the car was unbolted from its frame and sodium blasted to remove all factory defects and accrued damage from roughly 50 years of exposure to the elements. Once the body was silky smooth and had a better than factory appearance, it was re gel coated and bolted to a brand new custom fabricated round tube frame. Thanks to the more rigid chassis underneath, panel gaps were exceptionally tight and the body shop was then free to shoot for perfection. A custom Spectrum Color developed turquoise was applied to the car from jam to jam and then traditional white door coves were added resulting in a car that amazes people wherever it goes.
Up front the aggressively styed and beautifully detailed chrome grille, bumpers and bumper bracket have all been restored to very high standards. Four perfect headlights surrounded in new chrome serve as visual pillars of the front end design while a three piece Corvette emblem with correct gold lettering complements a 1958 exclusive louvered hood. At the side of the car, chrome cove trim and Corvette emblems are like new and combine with custom built 18 inch Intro wheels riding 245/45/18 Dunlop radials to give the car a finished look. A custom color matched turquoise vinyl top with a glass window flows into a trunk that features 1958 specific chrome spears. Out back, show quality rear bumpers align to highlight a second gold lettered Corvette emblem at the rear of the car.
A perfect fit in this early Corvettes engine bay, a modern Corvette LT1 Generation II 350 features a cast iron block, aluminum heads and electronic fuel injection that is good for 300 horsepower. The color matched plastic LT1 engine cover looks right at home featuring fourth generation Corvette logos and chrome Corvette lettering. Also featured in the clean engine bay is a Be Cool aluminum radiator complete with an electric cooling fan, a new black brake Booster and master cylinder, a color coordinated alternator and AC compressor, new belts and hoses, a billet overflow tank, a chrome hood hinge and billet valve covers with a billet oil cap.
The car is spotless underneath where the Spectrum turquoise body meets a custom fabricated, gloss black SR3 Motorsports frame and is highlighted by silver suspension and axle pieces with stainless hardware. In the middle of those new round bones sits an aesthetically pleasing chrome oil pan and modern 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission that is cooled by a passenger floor mounted transmission cooler. A four wheel independent suspension with upper and lower control arms, coil over shocks, modern power steering and VBP suspension components to keep everything buttoned down and make the curves more fun. True dual Exhaust with aluminum tubing runs to stainless Aero Exhaust mufflers which flow into correct bumper housed stainless tips. Stopping is handled by four wheel power disc brakes with drilled and cross vented rotors that are clamped by new calipers fed by braided metal brake lines.
The original seats have fresh foam and new covers that have been custom color matched and embroidered by Kirik. The white dash features color matched inserts and appears as if it lays on the turquoise body with traditional '58 Corvette gauges positioned behind the color matched Grant aluminum steering wheel and controls for the heat and Vintage Air system incorporated into the center stack. An aftermarket Lokar transmission shifter looks natural at the base of the dash and the door panels are absolutely amazing pieces of period styling that feature power windows and original style door handles. The carpets are the correct texture and nap, and are a little darker than the body of the car in order to highlight the seats and dash.
Beautifully built and incredibly functional, this Corvette roadster preserves the timeless design elements of the 1958 Corvette while providing a driving experience that allows you to enjoy a vintage Corvette on modern roads with no compromises. Call now!
132646 / 1966 Dodge Charger
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This bargain priced 1966 double black Charger is a freshly restored big block, 4-speed street warrior that will get a ton of respect and appreciation anywhere you show it and provide endless entertainment behind the wheel!
The beneficiary of a frame off restoration that was completed just last year, this fully detailed 1966 Charger's refurbished panels and brand new all-business black paint are as crisp as a fall morning at the local drag strip. During the extensive restoration, correct Chrysler code B Black was laid down over an exceptionally straight body that includes new high quality quarter panels and front fenders. Once the deep basecoat/clearcoat paint was dry and buffed to a glossy mirror-like shine, the cars original and surprisingly straight stainless trim was buffed to an excellent shine and reinstalled in its rightful place. The result is one spectacular show and go piece that is so much fun to drive and show off, you'll almost feel guilty.
Lift this Charger's black hood and you'll find a correct 383 cubic inch warranty block that was fully rebuilt during the cars restoration. At the top of the motor, a satin black air cleaner with a correct Mopar decal sends air into a Carter Competition Series carburetor that's fueled through stainless fuel lines. Below that carburetor, the big block engine wears a fresh coat of correct Chrysler turquoise and a new coil and distributor shoot fire to the cylinders through fresh Mopar wires. At the sides of the block, factory replacement Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a throaty dual Exhaust system, and in front of the block there's a fresh 26 inch radiator with a factory clutch fan. The correct Chrysler code B Black engine bay is exceptionally clean and has been nicely detailed with new Mopar V-belts, correct hoses and clamps, a reproduction Mopar battery, and a fresh washer fluid container. This is definitely an engine compartment you'll want to show off every time you park the car.
Behind that legendary Chrysler engine you'll find an A833 4-speed manual transmission that sends power to a familiar 8.75 inch rear end. Holding that super reliable drivetrain in place is a correct front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that benefited from a slew of new parts and hardware during the restoration. At the corners of that suspension, correct four wheel drum brakes provide firm stopping, and at the front of that suspension, factory correct power steering helps make turning easier and more precise. Exhaust is handled by an aluminized true dual system that provides an aggressive tone, but isn't overbearing, there are fresh bushings all around, and new stainless fuel and brake lines run from both a new fuel tank and a new brake reservoir. At the corners, a cool set of 14 inch Hurst wheels that wear excellent 235/60 BF Goodrich T/A performance radials.
The best part of first generation Chargers is their spectacular cockpits; just look at that excellent full length console in this cars correct P4X interior! Not only does it appear to be ripped straight out of a Chrysler show car, it creates a super rare four bucket sedan layout that makes you instantly think of luxury cars. At the front of the console a continuous motion clock sits at the base of the cars 4-speed shifter and at the rear of the console a folding arm rest provides added cargo room. At the sides of the console, great looking light stitched seats wear reproduction covers in the front and original covers in the back. Below the console, new black carpet shows no sign of wear or usage, and above the seats, a fresh headliner sits holds light stitched sun visors. In front of the driver, electroluminescent gauges that were WAY ahead of their time include a standard tachometer and the correct wood rimmed steering wheel perfectly complements the cars silver trim. At the sides of the seats, new silver trimmed Charger exclusive door panels feature new chrome bits, correct "Charger" emblems and switches for the cars power windows.
The black ones always go the quickest and I don't expect this correct black on black '66 383 car will prove an exception to that rule; especially when you consider its incredible $40K price tag.
1984 Hurst/Olds with an Old School sound system - for SALE
1984 Hurst/Olds Original with monster Old School sound sytem. Alpine CDA-D857 Headunit, PPI amplifiers pc2600 & PC4400 with qbass, Monster Wires RCAs & speaker wires, Stinger power wires, all Infinity Kappa Highs, 2 Kicker Solobaric Classics.