This 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 convertible retains its complete matching-numbers drivetrain. It’s powered by its matching-numbers F-headed 455ci V8 engine with factory aluminum intake manifold mated to a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission with a Hurst Dual Gate “His and Hers” shifter. Restored in part by Jeff Thornton of Thornton Motors in Pennsylvania, it is one of 264 convertibles made in 1970 and 168 with an automatic transmission. It’s finished in its original special-order Sebring Yellow paint with a white interior and white convertible top. This highly optioned car its equipped with the W-30 package, air conditioning, power steering, brakes, windows, bucket seat and door locks, tilt steering column, sport steering wheel, AM/FM stereo, Rocket Rally Pac gauges, speed alert speedometer, and SS wheels fitted with Firestone wide oval tires. Restoration receipts are included with the sale.