1 of 168! - Window Sticker! - Real W-30 Convertible! - Matching Numbers 455C.I. V8 Engine - Matching Numbers, Correct "OW" Code, Turbo-Hydramatic 400 Transmission w/ Hurst Dual-Gate Shifter - All Code Correct Quadrajet Carburetor! - Correct Winter's Aluminum Intake - Correct 3.23 Positraction Rear Axle upgraded w/ W-27 Aluminum Cover - Original Warranty Booklet - Documented Southern Car - Finished In Viking Blue w/ White Stripes & Convertible Top - Parchment Interior w/ Bucket Seats & Console - Photo History Including a Picture w/ Original Owner from June 1970 - Letters from Oldsmobile
Yes, this is the real deal. 1 of 264 W-30 convertibles, and 1 of only 168 fitted with the strong Turbo-Hydramatic 400 transmission and Hurst Dual-Gate shifter. This W-30 still sports its numbers matching high-performance 455C.I. V8 engine, numbers matching correct “OW” code T-H 400 transmission, and correct “SF” code 3.23 Positraction rear axle. The famous W-30 added even more performance to the already potent 442, and was extremely under-rated at 370hp when it was really putting out close to 450hp! Torque? Are you even asking that question? In just about every guise the 455C.I. V8 made enough torque to reverse the rotation of the Earth. The W-30 is no different at an advertised 500lb-ft, and probably making a healthy amount more than that. It even features its all code correct Rochester Quadrajet carburetor and correct Winter's aluminum intake. The powerplant sits under a W25 lightweight fiberglass hood with dual fresh air scoops. All that power is sent to the rear wheels via that previously mentioned special heavy-duty T-H 400 and heavy-duty 3.23 Posi rear end. The W-30 was (and still is) an absolute beast of a muscle car. But all that performance doesn't mean you have to give up comfort and convenience, and this example is packed to the gills with options. Other features include the factory “Four-Season” air conditioner, power steering, power front disc brakes, Rocket Rally Pac gauges, FE2 Rally suspension, Y60 lighting package, A90 power trunk lid latch, and the interesting T44 interior hood lock. All these options and more can be found on the included original window sticker from nearby dealership Ferman Oldsmobile which this W-30 was originally purchased from in late 1969. Also included with the documentation of this outstanding Olds are the original warranty booklet, manuals, letters from Oldsmobile in reference to this car, and a photo history which includes a picture from July 1970 of the original owner with the car. The documentation also shows this to be a lifelong Southern car spending it's life in Florida and Georgia. The exterior has been finished in Viking Blue with white hood stripes that match the white convertible top and Parchment interior very nicely. It sits atop the legendary Olds Super Stock II wheels wrapped in Goodyear Eagle RH rubber. This car is one of the most sound investments you can make, and is sure to continue climbing in value for many years to come. Here is your chance to own the car of your dreams, all you have to do is give us a call, send us an email, or visit our showroom in sunny Venice, Florida and speak to one of our friendly sales associates. Don't wait, this W-30 is sure to attract many collectors!
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