1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442

Technical specifications of Oldsmobile Cutlass 1971

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Moab, Utah, United States
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
Type: Coupe
Trim: 442
Year: 1971
Mileage: 54,397
VIN: 336871M138681
Color: Yellow
Engine size: 350
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Options: Leather Seats
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

You are looking at a beautiful 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442. This is not 100% original. This car has been modified. The olds 350 has been modified as highly as you can. When I built the motor I had Wisco Piston custom make me a set of 11.5-1 pistons for this motor. The cam, lifters, push rods and rockers are all a matching valve train from Comp Cams. On top of the cam I choose for this motor the pistons had to be fly cut to allow for the lift of the cam.The rocker pedestals are changed to the Chevy style. It is currently running a single Holley 750 double pumper, but I have a custom made, dual 4 intakefrom Offenhouser that I will let go with the car. I purchased the intake, but haven't taken the time to install it.For the radiator I recently removed the mechanical fan. I purchased andinstalled an electric dual fan set up that is temp controlled. The motor has full length competition headers routing through dual 3" exhaust. The mufflers are the Flowmaster look alikes with turn downs on the ends. The trans is abuilt Turbo 350. Thestock rear axle was swapped for a 12 bolt. I am not sure on the gearing as I did not build the rear12 bolt but I do knowthis is not a highway car, but it is an amazing light to light car. When running half 91 octane and race fuel its a beast. When its runningno one believes its an Olds 350 until I pop the hood. The car is sitting on Cragar wheels with 26x7.50-15 rear Mickey Thompson tires and 26x7.50-15 front Mickey Thompson tires.The car isstill running the stock drum brakes front and rear. I had plans on upgrading front and rear to disc brakes but haven't done it. The interior is in great shape. There is not a radio in this car, but even if there was you wouldn't be able to hear it when the car is running.I never put one inbecause for me the sound and lope of the Olds 350 motor is music to my ears. This car is a head turner. Last year this car took "Best Overall Muscle Car" atour local car showand I'm very proud ofthis car. The paint on this car is in great shape, but it doeshave it nicks and boo boosbecause Idrive the car. The only timeit sees a trailer is if we are travelingto a car show other than our local show. Like I said earlier, this car was not built to be a highway cruiser. Its a highly modified muscle car. Ok, you areprobably wondering why am I selling this car........well it isn't easy letting go of this car, but I have a 1933 Willys Coupe that has a ton of sentimental value to me that I want to build and put on the road. We all know that keeping up on an old car and trying to build a 2nd project car is hard, so I have decided that I want to part with my Olds tobuild the Willys.It isa tough decision, but I want to olds to go to someone that can appreciate and enjoy this car. I have a video of this car running. Message me if you would like me to send it to you as eBay wouldn't let me upload the video. Thank you for looking!

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