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This 1967 Oldsmobile 442 W30 Can Be Yours

A rare gem of muscle car history

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If you’re a true connoisseur of classic muscle cars, prepare to be captivated by an opportunity of a lifetime. Dream Giveaway’s latest Oldsmobile 442 giveaway unearthed one of the most remarkable supercars from the original muscle car era. Feast your eyes on the pristine beauty of this 1967 442 W30 – a masterpiece that embodies power, history, and sheer automotive artistry.

This isn’t just a car; it’s a time capsule of performance and prestige. A glimpse into a bygone era when the roads thundered with raw horsepower and the thrill of speed was palpable in every rev of the engine.

In a moment, you’ll read why this Olds 442 W30 is a holy grail of the muscle car era, but if you can’t wait any longer to get your entries to win, then CLICK HERE.

Do you recall the days gone past when automotive engineering was a dance of passion and precision. The 1967 442 W30 was born in such an era, meticulously prepped by an Oldsmobile engineer at the iconic GM Milford Proving Grounds. This very car graced the tracks of NHRA Nationals in 1967, solidifying its legacy as more than just a vehicle – it was a racer, a symbol of prowess, and a testament to Oldsmobile innovation.

With only 129 post coupe W30s ever produced, and the distinction of being one of the two test cars special-ordered by Olds employees for NHRA racing, this 1967 Oldsmobile 442 W30 is a rarity beyond compare. Its rich history is matched only by its formidable power.

One glance at this masterpiece, and you’ll realize that it’s not just a car: it’s a work of art. A meticulous frame-off restoration has breathed new life into the original Ebony Black exterior, harmoniously complemented by a matching black interior. It proudly retains all its “born-with” speed parts, including a numbers-matching, blueprinted 350hp 400ci big-block engine, Forced-Air induction, red fender liners, and the unmistakable Rocket Rallye Pac instruments.

With a mere 32,000 original miles on its odometer, this W30 Factory Test Car has a provenance that reads like a thrilling novel. From its origins as a young engineer’s special order to its triumphant campaigns at NHRA events, this car carries with it the legacy of all the roads it has conquered and the hearts it has won.

This isn’t just a machine; it’s a symphony of design and performance that transcends time. The 442 W30’s heritage has been lovingly preserved, ensuring that its legacy lives on with every rev of its engine.

Now it’s your turn. Are you dreaming of owning a piece of automotive history? This 1967 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 might just be your destiny. The opportunity to own a true icon of the 1960s muscle car era is within your grasp. CLICK HERE to get your chances to win.

The roads are open, and the future is waiting. This is your LAST CHANCE to get entries. Don’t let this golden opportunity pass you by. The 1967 Oldsmobile 442 W30, with its history, power, and beauty, is ready to find its new home. Will it be yours? ENTER NOW and let the journey begin.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. I had an original 442 I bought new in 1967 from cristal Oldsmobile in Brooklyn ny I had to sell it when I was drafted into the army I just bought 100.00 dollars worth of tickets trying to relive my youth

  2. I am assuming the motor is a 400ci. 4-4-2 400ci – 4 barrel carb – dual exhaust or 2 door

    The car looks nice but too bad it is not a standard with a floor shifter or an automatic with a counsel shifter and not a column shifter.

    The car has bucket seats and a column shifter just doesn’t look right to me.

    Tinted windows and new tires and wheels might make the car look G. If I win the car, it will look G. Thanks

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