Not a Buick - But Close - 1969 442 W-30

Discussion in 'Cars for sale' started by TMMM454, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. OZGS455

    OZGS455 Oh what a wonderful day!

    Magnificent! She's gorgeous!
    A real Stunner!
     
  2. TMMM454

    TMMM454 Well-Known Member

    I may have found the car I want - so getting motivated!!
     
  3. Gloria Walker

    Gloria Walker Member

    The car is really amazing buddy.
     
  4. TMMM454

    TMMM454 Well-Known Member

    Was going to post a video of the car but for some reason I can’t.
     
  5. BYoung

    BYoung Stage me

    Videos must be hosted on another site in order for them to be linked here. I found that out when I tried to post a video of my 71. So I put the video on YouTube and linked it on this site.
     
  6. MARTIN FARMER

    MARTIN FARMER Well-Known Member

    I bought my 69 in '81 from Dick Rohrer, on Rohrerstown Rd, in Rohrerstown, PA. His Dad had a couple big farms and it was Dick's 1969 High School Graduation Gift.
    I got it for $2000...sold it in '85 to a guy who came down from Troy, NY for $2500. When he was going down the lane, I said "Why did I do That"
    $40,000 is about right...KEEP IT.
     

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  7. MARTIN FARMER

    MARTIN FARMER Well-Known Member

  8. TMMM454

    TMMM454 Well-Known Member

    The lines on the 68 and 69 models to me are beautiful and flow nice. I feel the same about the Buick GS in those years also. Would like to find a 69 GS - 400 or Stage 1 that is as nice as my Olds!!
     
  9. Dewey

    Dewey New Member

  10. TMMM454

    TMMM454 Well-Known Member



    Here’s a link to the car running -
     
  11. corvettzo

    corvettzo Platinum Level Contributor

    My first car was a 69 442 , my Grandmother bought it new . I would love for you to send me the details to , a70gswagon@gmail.com . Also sending a pm .
    Thanks , Chuck
     
  12. 72STAGE1

    72STAGE1 Runnin' with the Devil

    I am still interested Tom. Please forward me the documentation/facts related to this Olds please.
     
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2018 at 4:32 AM

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