This one-owner 1 of 32 four-speed convertibles produced.


Oldsmobile produced only 110 of its 442 W-30 convertibles for the 1971 model year, and this is just one of 32 convertibles built with a four-speed transmission. This beautiful example has been owned by an Oldsmobile enthusiast for the past 32 years. HIP Rides is excited to offer the opportunity to owe a stunning, rare, and numbers-matching 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 convertible.

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In fantastic shape, the exterior of this '71 Oldsmobile was sprayed in a finish that turns from Orange to Matador Red over original sheetmetal. This vintage Oldsmobile retains the original red inner fenders, along with the original hood and breather.Chrome Rally Wheels sit on all four corners and come wrapped with period-correct Polyglas rubber. Even all of the brightwork on the car is in great shape.

Powering this beast is a numbers-matching 455-cubic-inch V8 engine with "H" heads that is backed by a numbers-matching M-22 four-speed transmission. More mechanical highlights include the correct intake, carburetor, distributor, alternator, exhaust manifolds, and correct GM hoses. This car even features the real W-27 rear end cover.

Open the doors to a beautiful cream interior with bucket seats and a console. More interior goodies include the factory power windows and locks, speed minder, AM/FM/8 Track stereo, tilt wheel with sport steering wheel, and power trunk release.

If you're in the market for a rare car with plenty of muscle to flex, you may not want to look further than this 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 Convertible being offered by HIP Rides. This rare classic muscle car is listed for $129,900, but feel free to contact them with an offer they would be hard-pressed to turn down.

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