This car was built in the South Gate, CA plant and came east soon there after.

It has what is believed to be the original 425/330 HP 2 barrel engine, which has 67,000 miles on it.

The Olds 425 has a rather unique crossover exhaust that route the gasses out through a new stainless 2.5″ pipe to the splitter muffler that separates it at the back of the car into dual pipes coming out under the rear bumper.

The car sounds great despite not having a true dual exhaust.

The car wears it’s original Autumn Bronze color but not original paint. Evidence points to a full, parts off, paint job at some point before the current owner purchased her three-four years ago. The paint still looks awesome with only a couple of small chips throughout. The car is rust free.

The deep red/copper color is offset by the 20″ gunmetal grey Riddler wheels, wrapped in Nankang 275/35ZR20 rubber in back and 245/35ZR20 in front. These fill the wheel wells and give the car a nice stance, they aren’t TOO big.

Inside, the Bronze bench (with fold down armrest) and interior is thought to be all original. There is a small tear on the passenger front seat, near the shoulder.

The dash has some wear but the chrome bits shine well and offer great contrast to the dark color.

The transmission is a column shifted 3 speed TurboHydromatic slushbox. The steering is power and the 4 wheel drum brakes are also power. All the lights and other electronics work. The rear speaker may be disconnected as the radio turns on but there is no sound.

Clean, simple, drives great. Classy muscle.

This wonderful big cruiser can be had for only $24,000.

To purchase contact: Info@classiccars.com

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Ka-Chow!