Exceptionally well-documented and heavily optioned 442 hardtop coupe! The numbers match and assure this is a genuine 442. This car was featured in the October, 2000 Car Collector magazine and is one of very few left that is virtually original. Painted a few years ago in the original color over an undamaged, rust-free body. Paint was well done, but now has a few stone chips on the hood—just enough so any new ones won't ruin your day and you won't be afraid to drive the car! Under the hood is amazingly original, with correct—not reproduction—stickers and labels. Be sure to note the car has factory A/C which blows cold, power steering and brakes, plus the 442 package, of course. A copy of the factory window sticker is in our photo gallery and shows all the other desirable options on the car. Protecto-Plate also included. Sold new and owned most of its life in Texas, it's reassuringly clean and rust-free underneath.
The car runs very well, sounds wonderful and is a great weekend change from your daily modern car! The '60s GM intermediates were good-looking cars as well as nice to drive. You won't be disappointed in this exceptional time-capsule example!