1969 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds 380 HP V-8 engine


Description


Matching numbers 455/380 HP V-8 engine
Original tag OH Turbo 400 transmission
SJ code 3.42 Positraction rear axle
F41 rear suspension
Power disc brakes
Hurst dual gate shifter
Power steering
T3 headlights
GM seat belts
Spiral shocks
Auxiliary under hood and trunk lights
Dual aluminized exhaust with tips
Two-tone Cameo Ivory exterior
Firefrost Gold strips
Black bucket seat interior
SS11 wheels with front 60 Polyglas tires
This example is equipped with power disc brakes, power steering, T3 headlights, GM seat belts, bucket seats, spiral shocks, auxiliary under hood and trunk lights, dual aluminized exhaust with flared tips, correct spare tire and jack assembly and SSII wheels with front 60 Polyglas tires. Painted in unique H/O livery of Cameo White with Firefrost Gold stripes and trim, the interior is black with a sport steering wheel, headrests and simulated wood-grain trim, and the glovebox has been signed by “Miss Hurst” Linda Vaughn. The car is documented with the original broadcast sheet and will be offered with ownership history and restoration photos. The relationship between George Hurst and General Motors is legendary. A true innovator who proclaimed his greatest achievement was the invention of the Jaws of Life apparatus that has saved millions of lives, Hurst was likely best known for the Hurst/Olds. Introduced in 1968, the year 1969 marked a coming of age for the H/O, which was available only in bright, eye-catching two-tone Cameo White with Firefrost Gold striping and detailing, a large hood-mounted air intake and rear wing. Delivered and produced outside of Oldsmobile’s Lansing plant at a company called Demmer Engineering, they were equipped with 455/380 HP V-8 engines and were the only intermediate-bodied cars from GM to have a more than 400 CI engine, per General Motors policy.
1969 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds 380 HP V-8 engine
$ 17,000.00
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Matching numbers 455/380 HP V-8 engine
Original tag OH Turbo 400 transmission
SJ code 3.42 Positraction rear axle
F41 rear suspension
Power disc brakes
Hurst dual gate shifter
Power steering
T3 headlights
GM seat belts
Spiral shocks
Auxiliary under hood and trunk lights
Dual aluminized exhaust with tips
Two-tone Cameo Ivory exterior
Firefrost Gold strips
Black bucket seat interior
SS11 wheels with front 60 Polyglas tires
This example is equipped with power disc brakes, power steering, T3 headlights, GM seat belts, bucket seats, spiral shocks, auxiliary under hood and trunk lights, dual aluminized exhaust with flared tips, correct spare tire and jack assembly and SSII wheels with front 60 Polyglas tires. Painted in unique H/O livery of Cameo White with Firefrost Gold stripes and trim, the interior is black with a sport steering wheel, headrests and simulated wood-grain trim, and the glovebox has been signed by “Miss Hurst” Linda Vaughn. The car is documented with the original broadcast sheet and will be offered with ownership history and restoration photos. The relationship between George Hurst and General Motors is legendary. A true innovator who proclaimed his greatest achievement was the invention of the Jaws of Life apparatus that has saved millions of lives, Hurst was likely best known for the Hurst/Olds. Introduced in 1968, the year 1969 marked a coming of age for the H/O, which was available only in bright, eye-catching two-tone Cameo White with Firefrost Gold striping and detailing, a large hood-mounted air intake and rear wing. Delivered and produced outside of Oldsmobile’s Lansing plant at a company called Demmer Engineering, they were equipped with 455/380 HP V-8 engines and were the only intermediate-bodied cars from GM to have a more than 400 CI engine, per General Motors policy.

Additional information

Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Hurst/Olds
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 18429
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Ivory
Vehicle Identification Number: 344879M389996
United States, Ohio, Toledo
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