1965 Oldsmobile 442 Coupe
In the automotive world, the definition of a roller is a car with a body and chassis, but no motor or transmission.
For consignment a true project car in the form of an Olds 442 Coupe. Explained below is the information as to why exactly this is definitely a 442 and was born as such.
Most metalwork has been completed, and now it needs finishing. There is no glass or bumpers, no motor or transmission. Some additional parts will come with this car but they are not enough to complete the car.
VIN & Trim Tag do not designate a car as a 442 (Lansing, Michigan built cars have an accessory code 4V to show the 442 performance package, Fremont, California cars do not). However, the frames are different between a Cutlass and a 442. This car is a real 442 based on the below information.
The 4 mounting holes are present. The frames ""ARE"" different... A true 442 has 4 holes where the rear-end upper control arm bolts to the frame (note: 10 bolt rears are in the 3rd hole from the top, 12 bolts are in the 2nd), the non 442 has only 1 hole. This can't be counter fitted without cutting and welding connecting points to the frame or trying to accurately drill the other holes.
3837-Cutlass V8 2 Dr Holiday Coupe
2-Fremont CA Assy Plant
118068-Sequential Unit Number
3D-4th Week March Build
STYLE 65 33837-1965 Oldsmobile Cutlass V8 2 Door Holiday Coupe
BODY BF6720-Fremont Body #
TRIM 957 17- White, Black Carpet
PAINT CC A-Provincial White, Black Roof
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