68' Oldsmobile


For those that appreciate old school Whips we have a gem of classic for you in this 1968 OldsMobile 442 Drop Top Beauty owned by Ron Smalley birthed at automotive magicians,



AutoSound Specialist in the San Francisco Bay Area, owned and operated by Custom Automotive designer Kenny McCardie. This car has won the best in it's class at several car show events including DUB's own car show. 



At first take you'll first notice the classic convertible's 20" Foose Legend wheels wrapped with Kummo 245/35ZR20 Tires. Next you'll notice the Mocha - Black paint scheme with a Silver Pearl and Ghost Stripes painted by KJ's Autobody. This tight combination can't help from giving you visions of rolling this topless beauty down the local boulevard turning heads of the biggest haters on the block. With something this tight you couldn't help but simply giving them the head knod as you rolled on by while checking your rear view for the expected unexpected. 




As you get a closer you'll notice the Canary Yellow Porsche leather interior and Mercedes Carpet customized by AutoSound Specialist designed by Kenny McCardie. When you site inside the ride and turn the engine over you'll do so by pressing the push button start and waking up the 425hp Fuel injected Supercharged Cheoy Ram-Jet 350. 




To get the party started youill fire up your Pioneer touch screen with navigation and DVD player. JL Audio W6 and AVI 6 1/2" Comps come together in 2 12" Subwoofers and 4 6 1/2" Speakers with a completely customized fiberglass trunk and dashboard.



This old school ride is customized from ground up with a "Frame-Off" Restoration approach that includes Air Bags "Dakota" Gauges, Power Windows, 3 TVs, and Camera. To finish off the rumble in the big Ram-Jet 350 it exhales through 2 1/2" Flow Master Dual exhaust.


There's no denying that this is the tightest Drop-Top Oldsmobile 442 we have ever seen. It's attention to detail is through and through and since it was restored from the bottom up you probably won't find a cleaner car since they were rolling off the assembly line in 1968. But surely none of those would come close to looking this fly. If you are into Old Schoolers and in the San Francisco Bay Area stop by AutoSound Specialist. You just might be lucky enough to catch this old school beautry on display.



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