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An Immaculate 1967 Olds. Cutlass Supreme " 442 " Convertible- 4 Speed on 2040-cars

US $23,650.00
Year:1967 Mileage:109267 Color: Red /
 Red
Location:

South Paris, Maine, United States

South Paris, Maine, United States
Transmission:Manual 4 Speed
Engine:400V8
Body Type:Convertible
Vehicle Title:Clear
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: 338677M223438 Year: 1967
Interior Color: Red
Model: Cutlass
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: SUPREME 442
Drive Type: R.W.D.
Mileage: 109,267
Options: CD Player, Convertible
Sub Model: 442
Exterior Color: Red
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

AN   IMMACULATE  CONDITION  1967  OLDS.  CUTLASS  SUPREME  "  442  "  CONVERTIBLE

1  OF  ONLY 1302  PRODUCED  IN 1967   :  I  WONDER HOW  FEW ARE  STILL ON  THE  ROAD  TODAY

IT IS  A  NUMBERS  MATCHING  ORIGINAL  MUSCLE  CAR

IT IS  :  SPANISH  RED  [ WITH  A  REPAINT  [ IT REALLY  SHINES  ] IN  1999

THE RED  VINYL INTERIOR  [ ALL  ORIGINAL ] IS IN EXCELLENT  CONDITION  ]

THE  CONVERTIBLE TOP,THE HEADLINER  &  THE  REAR  WINDOW  ARE  NEW

MOST OF THE  DOCUMENTS  ARE IN A  NOTEBOOK [ INCL. THE ORIGINAL TITLE, BILL OF  SALE,

IT WAS PURCHASED @ CHARLIE  STUART  OLDS.IN INDIANAPOLIS, IN. ON  1-6-1967

OWNERS M ANUAL & POWER TOP MANUAL ARE IN THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT

THE  ORIGINAL [400 ] EENGINE WAS TOTALLY REBUILT LESS THAN  10,000 MILES AGO .

I HAVE THE SALES RECEIPT , INCL.THE NEW PARTS THE  TOTAL  PRICE WAS  ;  $3,537.13 ]

NEW PARTS RECENTLY INSTALLED  ARE  :BRAKE  MASTER  CYLINDER,UPPER & LOWER BALL JOINTS,IDLER  ARM,SWAY BAR BUSHINGS,

INNER  &  OUTER TIE  ROD  ENDS,ADJUSTING SLEEVES , CENTER LINK,FRONT & REAR  SHOCK ABSORBERS WITH A LIFE TIME WARRANTY.

THE 4  B.F.GOODRICH T/A  R.W.L. RADIALS  ARE ON  THE  ORIGINAL  NICE  LOOKING  CHROME  WHEELS

THE RADIATOR IS RECORED

IT DOES NOT HAVE POWER STEERING OR  POWER  BRAKES {  IT  IS  A  MUSCLE  CAR  }

THE CAR HAS  BEEN DRIVEN AN AVERAGE OF  :   2175  MILES  A YEAR  SINCE  NEW  [  109,267  ]

  IT  HAS  NOT  BEEN  DRIVEN  IN  THE WINTER  [   NO   RUST  }

IT  HAS  BEEN  STORED  IN  A  HEATED  GARAGE

IT IS A TURN KEY, READY TO  DRIVE  ANYWHERE  CAR

I  AM  LISTING  THIS  FOR  THE  OWNER  OF  THE  CAR

HE  HAS  OWNED  IT  FOR  THE  LAST  13 PLUS YEARS.

IF  ANY  QUESTIONS,   PLEASE  CALL RAWN  , THE  OWNER @  207-890-743-8697

THERE ARE 3  REPUTABLE &  REASONABLE  CAR  TRANSPOTATION  COMPANIES WITHIN  25  MILES

 

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