Can you imagine having an instant collection of four of some of the most sought after GM vehicles overnight? Well, for a bargain price of only $120,000, some lucky buyer can do just that. Posted for sell on Craigslist is a 1971 Oldsmobile 442 convertible, a 1969 Camaro, a 1970 Chevelle convertible, and a 1987 Grand National as a package deal, all of which seem to be fairly well taken care of, according to the pictures.
The 1971 Oldsmobile 442 convertible is a 95-percent correct W-30 clone in green with black strips. As the posting is pretty vague, it is unclear what the missing 5-percent of the clone includes, but the W-30 package from the factory added a fiberglass hood with functional air scoops and low-restriction air cleaner, aluminum intake manifold, special camshaft, cylinder heads, distributor, and carburetor. The 1970 Chevelle is also a clone, but this red and black “SS” is 100% complete.
The 1987 black Buick Grand National has a low 43,000 miles on the clock. While the seller states he has not diagnosed the issue yet, it does smoke a little, but other than that, he claims it runs great. Those three cars alone are incredible, but arguably, the highlight of this posting is the Camaro. In the iconic white and orange color scheme, the rotisserie built, 1969 Chevy Camaro is packing a serious punch, with a 502ci Big Block Chevy V8 powerhouse under the hood.
The cars are located in central California and any one of them would make an excellent addition to an existing collection, however it is unclear if the seller is interested in splitting the group up. That being said, this seems like a good opportunity to add four of GM’s most notorious to an existing collection or a real good reason to start one.
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