1966 Olds 442 W30 MuscleCar Nationals Race & Show Fun
Great memories racing and showing my 1966 Olds 442 Tri-Carb W30 with friends at the MuscleCar Nationals in Sacramento. I restored it to showroom condition in the 1980's, including balancing and blueprinting the original Olds 400 engine and drivetrain to factory specs as documented in the 2-part article I wrote for Musclecar Review magazine. It's all 442 including the original Olds 400 "E" block, heads, carbs, intake/carbs, etc, and raced on DOT legal street tires through mufflers and full Exhaust per Musclecar Nationals factory stock rules. I raced my first 442 in stock eliminator during the 1960's, and had a ball with my friends showing and racing this one at various events around the country. I hope you enjoyed sharing this trip down musclecar memory lane with me.
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This video is dedicated to my good friend John Seguin, who died shortly after he videotaped some of the racing scenes in this video for me. Here's to John and our other friends who share our passion for cars: cars and shows may come and go, including the MuscleCar Nationals, but our memories make sure that "Good Friends are Forever".
1967 Oldsmobile 442 Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Priced a 442 lately? Auction results show that these under-appreciated cars
are finally getting the respect they deserve. They're still not quite
competing on equal ground with big block Chevelles, but I don't think the
market is done with the Oldsmobiles yet, either. This 1967 Oldsmobile
Cutlass 442 most certainly will get a ton of admiring glances at the local
cruise night. It packs the potent 442 formula: 400 cubic inches, a 4-speed
transmission, and dual Exhaust, making
it a blast to drive.
Painted in a near mirror finish black paint, this car looks awesome in
person. Oldsmobiles were for adults, and this is a sophisticated color that
doesn't scream "muscle car!" the way Carousel Red on a GTO does. The panel
gaps are fantastic all around, and the sheetmetal is smooth and straight,
just like it needs to be in order to pull off such a color. There are no
patches in the wheel wells, or anywhere else on this car. This is
definitely a car that you will be proud to own and show one that will
reward a Saturday afternoon washing and waxing it with a Saturday evening
of gawks and stares as you go cruising. All the stainless and chrome is in
great condition, as are the headlight surrounds and grille. All the 442
badges have been reinstalled, a nice styling touch that makes cars like
Under the hood, you'll find the 442 400ci (casting number 390925E), with
fresh paint. This motor runs awesome! The engine compartment is has clearly
been freshened up recently, and looks great today. The giant 442 air
cleaner up top is shiny and beautiful. Up front is a huge radiator. The
restoration includes coated headers, HEI distributor, MSD wires, a new
alternator, a new gas tank and a recent alignment. There is power steering,
and upgraded disc brakes with a fresh power Booster. This car uses a newer Exhaust system and stainless steel mufflers. It
runs extremely well, with that distinctive Oldsmobile sound, and will be
one of the most bulletproof muscle cars you'll ever own.
The engine is partnered with a Richmond 4-speed. The rest of the
undercarriage is solid, with no patches and no rust on the frame or
floorboards. The rockers are rust free, you can see the spot welds and the
fenders are beautiful. The rear lower control arms are reinforced and the
sway bars and upper and lower bushings are all in good shape. There are new
spindles as well. Power gets to the ground via a GM 12-bolt 3:73 posi rear
Settle into the black bucket seat interior and you're surrounded by one of
the most inviting driving environments available in 1967. The black vinyl
buckets have a cool, upscale texture to them that matches the door panels.
The Hurst shifter comes up out of the floor instead of a console. There is
a column mounted tach along with a trip of aftermarket gauges mounted under
the dash. An AM/FM/CD radio with remote sits next to that trio of gauges
under the dash. Most of the stuff in here is recent; including the carpets
and headliner. All of the interior lights work. The wood steering wheel is
If you've been watching the market, you know that underrated cars like the
442 and Buick Grand Sports are now coming into their own. Personally, I
like them more than their Chevelle cousins; they're every bit as fast, but
are more upscale and unique. This one is exactly the kind of car I like
best, one you can get in and drive without worries. The mechanicals are
solid and it looks spectacular inside and out, perfect for a weekend show
or local cruise night. Heck, this is the kind of car I would drive to work
every sunny day and not think twice about it, and no matter where you go,
it'll get people talking. The pedigree is such that you can buy with
confidence knowing that it won't lose value in the coming years, and any
money you spend on it between now and then can be considered a smart
investment a matching numbers 442 will only go up in value. There have been
people having fun with this car for more than 40 years. Now it's your turn.
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Best MUSCLE CAR Sounds of 2013
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So another year almost over, it's time to recap some of the greatest MUSCLE
CARS and CLASSICS with those lovely V8 and Exhaust sounds that I caught on camera in 2013.
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Some of the upcoming events / places in 2014 that I will be attending:
Geneva International Motor Show, Monaco / Cannes (supercars), Helsinki
Cruising Night events (muscle cars), Unlimited Racing supercar event (June)
and a lot more!
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All the LOUD American Muscle Cars featured in this video:
- Supercharged Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06
- Blown 1970 Dodge Charger
- 1968 Ford Mustang GT-390
- 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Magnum
- 800 HP 1973 Dodge Charger 605 cid / 9.9 L
- 1st Gen Dodge Viper RT/10
- Straight Pipe 1967 Ford Mustang 5.0
- 1970 Dodge Charger 500
- 700hp ZR6X Extreme Wide Body Corvette C6
- 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda 440
- 1970 Dodge Charger R/T SE 440 7.2L
- 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
SS 6.6 402
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- ZR6X is BACK!! 700 HP Extreme Wide Body C6 Corvette - amazing V8 and Exhaust sound, REVS!!
- BULLITT!! 1968 Ford Mustang GT-390 Fastback "Bullitt" -
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132930 / 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442
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If you're in the market for a spectacular summer cruiser with tons of
character and an unbeatable price, this incredible 442 is the car for you!
This super clean 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass Holiday coupe was originally sold
to Mr. Willis Foltz by Central Carolina Motors in Winston-Salem, North
Carolina. Recently, the car underwent a professional body-off restoration
which added all the correct trim and details to transform it into one of
the finest 442 tributes we've ever offered!
The 455 cubic inch Oldsmobile Rocket V8 that's bolted between this car's
freshly painted fenders is certainly not the measly short-deck 400 that '66
442s originally came with. In fact, it's a fully detailed torque monster
which sounds meaner than most of the cars in our RK Motors showroom and
wears a deceitful coat of Bronze paint that looks fantastic against the
car's satin black engine bay. Turn the key and a chrome Holley carburetor
sends air from a stylish aluminum air cleaner and fuel from braided hoses
and polished stainless lines into an Edelbrock Performer Oldsmobile 455
aluminum intake. Fire for that air/fuel mixture is provided by an HEI
distributor which shoots sparks through Xact plug wires that are loomed
around pristine chrome Edelbrock valve covers. And spent gases from that
air/fuel mixture are jetted through fully restored cast iron Exhaust manifolds that are bolted to a true dual
Exhaust system. At the front of the
engine, fresh hoses and new belts snake around a fully detailed alternator,
a correct seven blade fan and a rebuilt power steering pump.
During its restoration, the bottom of this Cutlass was over-restored to
include glossy and spotless Burgundy Mist floorpans which contrast
brilliantly with its satin black frame and top notch driveline. At the
front of the car, a factory correct double A-arm suspension holds stiff
coil springs around road ready shocks which provide a smooth ride and good
handling. At the back of the car, an original equipment triangulated four
link suspension hangs road ready shocks next to a 10 bolt limited slip rear
end which provides excellent launches. And at the center of the car, a turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed automatic
transmission does an excellent job of managing the 455's massive torque.
Braking is provided by factory equipped power drums which scrub speed at
all four corners of the car. Turning is aided by factory correct power
steering that is surprisingly competent. Exhaust flows from the restored manifolds into a
mandrel bent, true dual system that is complete with great sounding
Flowmaster dual chamber mufflers. And throwing the big engine's power to
the ground is a pristine set of 14 inch Oldsmobile stamped style one wheels
which spin 225/70 Cooper Cobra Radial G/Ts around chrome, rocket branded
Inside the car, you'll find a nicely restored Saddle interior which is both
comfortable and appealing. Stylish, freshly covered bench seats sit on
like-new tan carpet that extends up the car's vertical surfaces to cover
both its kick panels and lower door panels. Those door panels, which have
to be some of GM's best design work, hang pristine rocket emblems and great
looking trim pieces on fresh vinyl which mirrors the pleat pattern of the
seats. At the front of the car, a body-matched dash pad, which shows no
signs of sun damage, hangs 442-specific round gauges above a correct AM
radio and a modern Sunpro three pack. And at the top of the car, a tight
and pliable headliner stretches from the windshield to the package tray to
frame awesome, C-pillar mounted courtesy lamps. In front of the driver a
satin finished, two-spoke steering wheel spins a red Oldsmobile rocket logo
above a column mounted shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission. And
behind the cockpit, a Burgundy Mist trunk props fresh decklid decals above
a full-size spare tire and a fresh houndstooth trunk mat.
You know, it's becoming pretty hard to find nice Oldsmobile muscle cars;
and when they're built and priced like this Cutlass coupe, it easy to see
why! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information
on this awesome car!
Lot S82 1966 Oldsmobile 442 W30
The Ebony Black 1966 "Track Pack" 442 offered here is fresh from a two year
restoration to concours condition. One of only 13 such cars known to exist,
it features a Turquoise bench seat interior with color-keyed vinyl floor
covering and seatbelts, and radio and heater deletes. This car is an
exceptional example of the true-blue "Track Pack" 4-speed that first
introduced the famous W30 moniker.
- 400 CI 360 HP Tri Power
- Track Pac
- Ebony Black
- Turquoise bench seat
- Radio & heat delete
- Vinyl floor coverings
- Seat belts
- Painted wheels w/dog dish hubcaps and Redline bias tires
- This "Track Pac" 442 just completed a 2 year concourse restoration
- Only 93 dealer-installed "Track Pac" cars built
- This is 1 of 13 known to exist!
1971 Olds 442 W-30 455V8 Muscle Car - Low Original Miles
I thought you'd like a look at this very nicely restored 1971 Olds 442
Muscle Car. It is a numbers matching original with only 54xxx miles since
new. It's equipped with the W-30 option package which included a factory
blueprinted Rocket 455, with H-heads, an aluminum intake manifold, a
four-barrel carb, and forced air induction. This is one of the last true
muscle cars. This car is one of only 920 produced with the W-30 option that
year. I hope you find it as interesting as I did. Thanks for watching and
commenting, I appreciate it.
Background track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available
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Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
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muscle car hot rod Olds Oldsmobile show car original restored 442 455V8
automobile rat rod lead sled custom vintage
Super Cruise & 442 Oldsmobile
See some of the cars at this car show in Garden Grove, CA and an interview
with a guy whose Oldsmobile 442 was featured on Overhaulin'. Hosted by
Lance Lambert of the Vintage Vehicle Show. Music by the Surfonics.
OLDSMOBILE 455 W-43 EXPERIMENTAL HEMI AND OTHER EXOTIC ENGINES - THE JOHN BELTZ YEARS PHOTO TRIBUTE
John Beltz was Oldsmobile's chief engineer in 1964 and one of the prime
movers of the Toronado and 442 project. Beltz was promoted to Oldsmobile
general manager at age 43 in 1969 when Harold N. Metzel retired. Beltz
passed away in May of 1972 from cancer at the age of 46.
John Beltz is leaning on a dual fan 455 Olds and posing with other
experimental Olds engines that never saw production.
Here are descriptions of these engines:
1. The 0W-43 all aluminum 455 with 4 valve per cylinders, four overhead cam
Weber engine. With a redline of just under 8,500rpm it was originally
conceived for CAN AM racing. At 3,000rpm it put out 300hp and at 6,000rpm
registered over 600hp. The top output recorded for this engine in the
Lansing Dyno facility
was 700 real hp at 6,800rpm. Tests were run with both carbueration and fuel
injection. The block was cast from Reynolds 356 alloy and fitted with
pressed-in dry steel cylinder liners for the Forged-True 12.20to 1 pistons.
Billet steel connecting rods by Carillo was used along with a forged steel
crank. The engine weighed in at 50 pounds lighter than the production 455
motor! It was developed at the same time as the ZL-1 Chevy 427 motor.
2. The W-43 4 valve per cylinder 455 developed by JOHN BELTZ , LLOYD GILL ,
JOE JONES AND FRANK BALL. Rated at 500-550hp with a single Rochester
Quadrajet on an aluminum manifold. Constructed with both cast iron heads
and block and with aluminum-alloy block and heads 75 pounds lighter than
the conventional 455 production engine. Engine featured four valves per
cylinder with narrowed angles for a super efficient combustion chamber
design, central spark plugs and could easily be adapted for chain for gear
driven overhead camshafts. 455 engine had 4.625inch cylinder centers, a
4.125 bore and 4.250 stroke. Making use of the 3inch main bearings and 2.50
inch rod journals, the engine was fitted with a specially prepared cast
crank fitted with SAE-1140 forged steel rods, forged 10.20-to-1 pistons
which rode on Morraine 400 bearings. Four bolt main block boasted 2
additional 5/8inch drain holes. Four valve heads featured 1.750inch intake
valves (SAE-8640 steel) with 22 degree stems and 1.375 Exhaust (214-N stainless steel) with 15 degree
stems, special Stellite seats, bronze alloy guides, o ring plug tubes, 14mm
spark plugs, 3/8 inch pushrods and aluminum rocker arms. (Of all the
experimental Olds engines, this one came the closest to production and
there are photos of this engine in street gear. MAY 71 HOT ROD MAGAZINE
features some of these engines and the sadness of the Olds engineers of
that time of how they would never be released.)
3. 455 dual turbocharged CAN AM ROCKET
CHALLENGE. 659hp @ 6250rpm. 554lbs torque @ 6,250 rpm. Alloy block with 4
bolt mains. Forged steel crankshaft. Forged True pistons with 8.5 to 1
compression. 3inch main journals. 2.499inch rod journals. Carillo billet
steel rods. alloy heads. 2inch intake valves. 1.625inch Exhaust valves. Crower roller camshaft with
555inch lift and 320 degrees duration. Dual TRW-375-E-10 turbochargers with Boost Wastegate 10and 1/2psi. Lucas fuel
injection. Olds alloy intake.
Competed with big block Chevy Mclarens and Porsche Panzers in CAN AM racing
This video is merely a couple of old magazine pages strung together with
the exception of that blue 455 hemi which was found on the internet. Thats
BRUCE MCLAREN in that green can am race car which is Olds powered. AT THE
BEGINNING OF THE VIDEO JOHN BELTZ IS POSING WITH SOME ENGINES FEATURED IN
THE JULY 1969 ISSUE OF HOT ROD MAGAZINE AND THE BLUE OLDSMOBILE 455 HEMI
WAS FEATURED IN THE MAY 1971 ISSUE OF HOT ROD MAGAZINE. The incidental
music I overlayed onto this video was muted by youtube.
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