Kurt Heinrich's 1971 442
I've had this car for about a year. It took the family (wife and I plus two boys) from Maryland to North Carolina for vacation last year, which is when these pictures were taken. Even with four people in the car and a trunk FULL, there was no problem blowing by virtually any car on the road (would you expect less from a 442?). Of course, being a 442 it always seems to draw peoples attention.
This isn't my first Olds, but is my first 442. The car, like every other Olds I've owned, has never been unfaithful (i.e. never left me stranded). This is probably one of the many reasons for my love of Oldsmobiles, they're just plain reliable.
1971 442 hardtop coupe base price $3551.00 C08 Vinyl roof $102.16 D35 Sport-styled outside rearview mirrors $22.12 G80 Anit-spin rear axle (3.23) $44.23 JL2 power assisted front disc brakes $69.51 M40 Turbo-hydramatic 400 transmission $242.88 N34 sport steering wheel $31.60 P05 Super Stock I wheels $90.58 U21 Rocket Rallye Pac $84.26 Y60 Convenience group $30.12 W25 OAI hood and air cleaner $157.98 W26 console with Dual Gate $76.88 W35 rear deck spoiler $73.72