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1967 Oldsmobile 442

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1967 Oldsmobile 442

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1967 Oldsmobile 442

Highest Bid: $24,000 (USD) by: Rambler942

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Chassis/VIN:

338177M170879

Location:

East Lansing, Michigan

Odometer:

84,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12720470

Engine:

400ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

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Highest Bid: $24,000 (USD) by: Rambler942

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Chassis/VIN:

338177M170879

Location:

East Lansing, Michigan

Odometer:

84,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12720470

Engine:

400ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 underwent a mechanical overhaul in the last two years and received a rebuilt and dyno-tuned 400ci V8 paired with a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission. Riding on redline tires and Rally-style wheels, this first-generation 442 is described as a well-documented restoration recipient that benefits from replacement belts, hoses, filters, and more. Finished in Provincial White over a reupholstered Black vinyl interior, this 442 is now offered with service records, build documentation, and a clear Michigan title in the seller’s name.

The first-generation 442 launched as a trim designation on the Cutlass and F-85 models in 1964 employing the General Motors A-body platform, and in 1967, the model received a louvered hood, safety updates, and revised engine optioning. This example from that year was refinished in Provincial White (C) under prior ownership and the surfaces show good gloss and fitment throughout per the seller, accented by red pinstriping on the sides. The body features quad headlights and corrosion-free brightwork including the bumpers, grille, side moldings, window trim, and dual chrome-finished exhaust outlets.

Rally-style 15” five-spoke mag wheels with Oldsmobile center caps are fitted with 1” spacers and wrapped in redline tires. The braking system has been serviced with new shoes, and the suspension received replacement shock absorbers under current ownership.

The interior is trimmed with reupholstered Black (980) vinyl bucket seating, color-matched to the door panels, padded dash, center console, headliner, carpeting, and 442-branded floor mats. Amenities include an AM radio, a three-spoke woodgrain steering wheel, and wing windows.

Instrumentation is presented by a 120-mph speedometer, an analog clock, a fuel gauge, and warning lamps for other vehicle systems, with two additional aftermarket gauges mounted beneath the dash. The five-digit mechanical odometer reads 84k miles, although true mileage on the chassis is unknown.

The 400ci V8 was removed, rebuilt, refinished, and dyno-tuned within the last two years by a specialty shop called 3GT Racing in East Lansing, Michigan. Work performed included replacement of the drive belts, filters, exhaust gaskets, and heater hoses, and the resulting powertrain output was logged as 400 horsepower at 4,900-rpm and 470 lb-ft of torque at 3,400-rpm. Power is directed to the rear wheels via a recently serviced console-shifted TH400 3-speed automatic transmission with a limited-slip differential.

Photos showing the underside are available in the carousel.

The sale includes service records and documentation from the build. The seller has provided a video.

Decoding of the trim tag reveals the following data:

11B – Built during the second week of November

67-33817 – 1967 Cutlass Supreme Holiday hardtop coupe body style

LAN 6374 – Lansing, Michigan factory; serial-number sequence

980-C – Black interior trim with bench seats

C-2 – Provincial White exterior with a black vinyl top

E – Soft-Ray tinted glass

2ER – Vinyl top, rear-seat speaker

5VY – 442, Deluxe seatbelts

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Comments & Questions

September 23, 2021
10:15 AM

@Zohii – Oldsmobile also had an in dash model that had the volt/oil and temp gauges incorporated. Can that be found and installed? ...

I have a ‘67 Rally Pac with the printed circuit. I’ve owned it for 40 years, but never installed it. Buddy

September 23, 2021
09:34 AM
Seller

On the topic of the sunroof, we can certainly do it technically, I just don't think I could do it morally to such a great survivor car.

September 23, 2021
08:49 AM
Bidder

@3GTracing – I can answer both of the outstanding questions; The forced air intake system starts with the proper W-30 air duct installed between the headlights just under the blinkers. It is hard to see in the front pictures but they do exist. We will add an additional detail picture today. We can add a tach gauge combination in the production spot in the dash. We can assume two hours for install and the actual cost of the gauge assembly. Paul ...

Have you ever (or have a local specialty shop in Lansing) or can you add an electric sun roof and approximate cost?

September 23, 2021
08:47 AM
Seller

Air intake ducts.

September 23, 2021
08:28 AM
Seller

@ZOHII Picture of air intake ducts.

September 23, 2021
08:08 AM
Seller

I can answer both of the outstanding questions; The forced air intake system starts with the proper W-30 air duct installed between the headlights just under the blinkers. It is hard to see in the front pictures but they do exist. We will add an additional detail picture today. We can add a tach gauge combination in the production spot in the dash. We can assume two hours for install and the actual cost of the gauge assembly. Paul

September 23, 2021
06:51 AM
Bidder

@3GTracing – To add the compressor, plumbing, mounts and charging will be approximately $1,000. I think the best way to do a tach would be steering column period xorrect Sun tach, it could also be console mounted. Cost ma. $300.00. ...

Oldsmobile also had an in dash model that had the volt/oil and temp gauges incorporated. Can that be found and installed?

September 23, 2021
06:19 AM
Bidder

The air filter holder looks similar a W-30 cold air induction. Is that your intention here? Where to the air ducts connect to at the front of the vehicle ?

September 22, 2021
02:43 PM
Seller

To add the compressor, plumbing, mounts and charging will be approximately $1,000. I think the best way to do a tach would be steering column period xorrect Sun tach, it could also be console mounted. Cost ma. $300.00.

September 22, 2021
05:38 AM
Bidder

While you are adding the. AC , what is the cost to adding a tach and where will you place it, dash? replace where clock is?

September 22, 2021
03:16 AM
Bidder

What would you your cost be to add air conditioning to vehicle before it ships?

September 19, 2021
10:06 AM

Thank you, sir

September 17, 2021
01:36 PM
Seller

Mike, the car currently has no a/c compressor but has all of the internals for adding on. The tach was not standard on the 67 and for some odd reason was not optioned on this car, could easily be added. I would have no concerns about driving the car to Texas, I have driven it enough to know it is very reliable and mechanically perfect. Your welcome to call or write with any more questions. Paul Gentilozzi 517 337 3000

September 17, 2021
11:36 AM

I just wanted to confirm that there is no AC and no tachometer, please--And is there a back story about the red shifter knob? Finally, any concerns about driving this vehicle from Michigan to Texas? Thanks--Mike

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