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1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Hurst Olds Tribute W30 442

Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
Type: Coupe
Trim: 2 door coupe
Year: 1979
Mileage: 39,000
VIN: 3K47F9D483503
Color: Gold
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Inman, South Carolina, United States

1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Additional Info:



• 350 Pontiac motor -- 2 bbl carburetor
• 350 trans
• Factory air
• Cruise control
• Power Steering
• Power Brakes
• Tilt steering wheel
• Automatic Hurst Dual Gate Shifter – Hurst Shifter and console is RARE
• Rally Gauge Instrument Panel
• 442 wheels
New or Replaced Items
• Brakes
• Carpet
• Front Seats reupholstered
• Radiator
• Transmission gasket
• Top door edge weather strip
• Door drip rail weather strip
A turnkey get in and drive vehicle. Somebody obviously changed motor to a Pontiac at some point. Mileage unknown. This car runs awesome! Motor strong and quiet -- trans shifts really well -- smooth ride. I drive it several times a week and would probably drive cross country -it runs that nice. Garage kept. Paint is descent, not perfect. Very, very solid -- perfect trunk -- super solid floor boards and wheel wells. Nice rocker chrome. Interior really nice. Original back seat. Good headliner -- great seats. Dash cracked but a tasteful good looking dash cover. All exterior lights work.
• Needs dash circuit board -- some lights and gauges work -- some do not. Speedo works, tach works. Fuel Gauge and others fluctuates lots. Clock believe it or not keeps perfect time, what are the chances?
• Cruise control needs to be hooked up, works on vacuum.
• Air needs charging I'm sure.
• Needs dome light cover

Somebody went to much, much length some years ago to replicate a Hurst Olds tribute car. Don't know why or when, even installing a Hurst Dual Gate Shifter which is pretty rare in itself. The interior, shifter, badges, dash and everything else was already as is when I purchased. If you can't find a real one or afford a real one this is for you. Very cool car and the winning bidder WILL NOT BEDISAPPOINTEDon how it runs.

2,499 real Hurst Olds were made in 1979. NADA price guides value a real one at
$12,000 low column- $17,000 mid column (10 foot car) & $23,000 (nearly perfect car)

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