Very clean build.....Awesome stance....Nice wheel choice.....A custom interior that really fits the truck....Stacked injection on a 5.0 Coyote under the hood.....Beautiful red paint....Very cool for sure! Do you agree?
Chevrolet was first off the line with a new post war design in May 1947--one full year before the competition. The new design offers superior visibility, with an 8 inch wider cab for more shoulder room and the truck is a foot longer overall than previously. The cab now has vent windows on each door and the 1951 model is the last year for the 80 mph speedometer. The engines available are a 216 cu in (3.5 L), a 235 cu in (3.9 L) and the 261 cu in (4.3 L) V8, There are two transmission choices-a four speed manual or the basic three speed manual.
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Oldsmobile built some of the most potent Muscle Cars of the era, and today they are among the most desirable. This week, we're featuring a 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible, and it is loaded with all the right stuff, including the 370 HP W-30 455 V8, the close ratio Muncie 4-Speed transmission, and the super-rare W27 aluminum center rear axle assembly. Word on the street is that there are only a couple W-30 4-speed convertibles ever built with the W27 out of the 96 drop-tops made. The story of this car is just as unique, as the history is known back to the day the original order was placed for the car at Hansel Olds in Fullerton, California by Robert "Rug" Kazley.