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My 1971 Olds 442 W-30

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    love that car and the color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fastcamarosss11 View Post
    love that car and the color.
    Mucho Gracious (had to be different)


    vid of idle and small rev. Recorded by my iphone 3g

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    Noice! What vendors did you source your restoration parts through? I have been using Fusick's quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David21 View Post
    Mucho Gracious (had to be different)


    vid of idle and small rev. Recorded by my iphone 3g

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    Very nice 71, is it a true W-30???

    In the 80's I had a 70 W-30 with the Hurst dual gate shifter. I loved the raw horsepower and torque of that car. Subsequently I had to sell it. You rarely see them nowdays.

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    Beautiful car man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    Noice! What vendors did you source your restoration parts through? I have been using Fusick's quite a bit.
    Man its been a while, Fusick, Summit, OPG, Year One(soo expensive), Brothers Automotive, moe I don't remember

    Quote Originally Posted by LS2GTO View Post
    Very nice 71, is it a true W-30???

    In the 80's I had a 70 W-30 with the Hurst dual gate shifter. I loved the raw horsepower and torque of that car. Subsequently I had to sell it. You rarely see them nowdays.
    Nope, stock cutlass S with all original w-30 parts, the only thing that isn't an original w-30 part on the car now is the vin tag and cam- even though I have a 70 w30 cam in my garage in a box.

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    Beautiful car man.
    Thanks

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    So it has the F heads ?? Does it have the aluminum rear end cover ?? Have one in the basement original OLDS part .. Never changed it out on my 70 442... It had everything but tick-toc-tach .. was a rare car it was ordered Daytona Yellow with Decal delete ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaggeltooth View Post
    So it has the F heads ?? Does it have the aluminum rear end cover ?? Have one in the basement original OLDS part .. Never changed it out on my 70 442... It had everything but tick-toc-tach .. was a rare car it was ordered Daytona Yellow with Decal delete ...
    Ka heads, w-30 replacement heads.
    Yes w-27 rearend cover
    and mine has the tick-tock-tac, but it's hard to see and slow to react so I have an autometer hing under the dash.

    Sounds nice man.

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