This is a 1968 Oldsmobile 442 Tribute. I built this car as close to my original 1968 442 as I could and even nicer than my original. This car has a 1969 Olds Toronado 455. It has around 400 horsepower with only 11 miles on it. I added an Edelbrock Torker intake manifold and headers. The exhaust is brand new with flowmasters. The transmission is an original Muncie M21 Rock Crusher 4-speed. It has a 12 bolt rear end and the wheels are vintage Cragar SS'. 15x8.5 on the rear and 14x7 on the front. The shifter is an original 1968 442 shifter arm and Hurst Competition Plus shifter. It also has an original 1969 Olds rear spoiler/wing. New air shocks and brakes. The car itself has 96,000 miles on it. It has drum brakes all around. I put an original 442 ralley steering wheel on it and vintage Auto Meter gauges and tach. Even the shifter boot is the correct factory non-console boot. The 442 emblems are original and the grill is an original 442 grill and emblem. The grill is broken in a few places. The paint is one week old and is deep black with a metal flake gold stripe. A 2-stage epoxy primer was laid down first. There are brand new polished stailness steel 442 exhaust trumpets welded on.

This was not a "frame off" restoration. It's not perfect and is over 40 years old. It runs very strong and sounds great. The floors were rust free and in great shape. The glass is good for it's age and there are a couple of chips in the windshield. The windows work properely, the horn does not work or the speedometer after I put the 4-speed transmission in it. The radio is the factory original but does not turn on. The wipers work nicely as they should. The lights all work properly as they should.

Please watch the youtube video of it starting and running. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5Ssu2BMqFg

You can call me at (five zero nine) 928-three three four two.