Went out to the garage this morning to give you all an update on what I did with the car last night, but the mail carrier dropped off several packages I wasn't expecting till later this week. This will really help with all the work I need to do to my Olds.
Will it run?
...Not today. I need to get the ignition wiring and steering column fixed, to get the ignition switch repaired, in order to get it to run. Maybe in the next couple weeks as I figure things out...
This was the VHS video sent to me by the previous owner 12 years ago when we were purchacasing our 442. I had just sold a very nice 71 442 conv. and wanted the ultimate: a 1970 442 W-30 convertible. We just missed purchaing a couple of very nice original cars when this beautifully restored car came up for sale.
For those of you who just want the "burnout" go to appx 8 minutes in.
We had a nice web site, but took that down years ago, and thought we would give youtube a try.
If you like perfect unrestored cars, then this is not your video. The previous owner worked at an Oldsmobile dealership in the parts department, and spent many, many years collecting NOS parts for this restoration.
Our 442 now has about 3,000 miles since the restoration, and still looks and runs great!
We hope you enjoy this the video even though the video quality isn't too great! Thanks
Let s go get the car!
Ride along as I travel to Darington to get the new car. Keep in mind, I had been up for almost 24 hours when I started this video, just couldn't sleep. Tonight I'm going to be out like a light.
The Grand Exit , Getting a Little Sideways !
Showing How ATL does it, The Laguna, A few Chevelles, A Cutlass Or Two, A Short Bed, && Camaro Leaving the Show Sunday Evening With a Few Getting a Little Sideways ! For All Pics Check WhipsByWade.blogspot.com or LIKE www.Facebook.com/Whipsbywade
Sexy 69 Chevelle SS Convert Restoration Clip 1
Documentary How-To Video on Auto Restoration. First female to teach you the basics-to-advanced techniques in auto restoration using many tools the average do-it-yourselfer has at home. Budget $5,000. Time Frame: 3 months. Learn how to organize your project, make a budget, smart-shop & where to look for parts.
1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass for sale
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