1972 Oldsmobile 442 Tribute Cutlass Original restored numbers matching classic vintage


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The work was finished not long ago and shows some very minor imperfections, but still looks great today, making this the kind of car that stands out without making a spectacle of itself. Instead, onlookers will surely appreciate the deep shine of the finish, the painted-on white 442 hood and side stripes, and the contrasting white vinyl top. Twin grilles up front have an intricate egg crate pattern, a theme that is echoed in the taillight lenses, and all the correct 442 badges have been installed where they belong, so despite this being a tribute, this Olds looks just about the way GM intended.

There aren’t any performance upgrades to speak of, but none are really needed as this Cutty handles itself quite well in any situation. Stock pieces like the open-element air cleaner and gold-painted valve covers boost the presentation in an already tidy and clean engine bay, highlighting a well-maintained machine that has never needed major surgery. It’s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a set of highway-friendly gears in the 10-bolt rear-end, so it just loafs along at cruising speeds, making it the ideal car for long road trips.

The work was finished not long ago and shows some very minor imperfections, but still looks great today, making this the kind of car that stands out without making a spectacle of itself. Instead, onlookers will surely appreciate the deep shine of the finish, the painted-on white 442 hood and side stripes, and the contrasting white vinyl top. Twin grilles up front have an intricate egg crate pattern, a theme that is echoed in the taillight lenses, and all the correct 442 badges have been installed where they belong, so despite this being a tribute, this Olds looks just about the way GM intended.





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June 29, 2020 5:07 am




 
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