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ACTUAL MILES TITLE, 425 V8, TH400, P/S, P/B, COLD R-134A A/C, NICE RESTORATION! With its long profile, cool metallic paint, big V8 power, and A/C interior, this 1965 Oldsmobile Delta 88 coupe hits all the right notes for a cool cruising classic. That's why this sharp-looking hardtop is an irresistible deal.
Jul 02, 2007 · -The most underrated was probably the 428 Cobra Jet engine... its official rating of 335 hp was a joke, especially considering that the 390-4 bbl engine was also rated at 335 hp. -The second-most underrated was probaby either the Mopar 426-Hemi or the 340-4 bbl.
This promising St. Louis, Missouri classic seeks a new owner for the first time… ever. It’s taken me a few decades to warm up to the first-generation “442,” and today this particular 1965 Oldsmobile 442 looks just right. More than 20 suitors here on eBay have driven the bidding over $2800. It would be comical to bid too much on this car ...
Aug 01, 2007 · I own an 1965, Dynamic 88 with a 425, 4bbl. I need info on how the crankcase ventilation works. Does not seem to have a PCV valve. Instead, it has a valve-breather type of part in the valve cover that connects to the air cleaner on the carb.
Jun 23, 2015 · Rob's engine, like some (but not all) 1968-and-earlier Olds engines, was machined for huge 0.921-inch-od lifters, instead of GM's mainstream 0.842-inch lifter diameter. See all 19 photos
Flywheel Specs: Teeth: 166 Pitch: 12-14 Weight: No Overall Diameter: 13.96" Application: 1968-84 Cadillac 368ci, 425ci, 472ci and 500ci Engines OEM#: 1616534 Monster Part#: G121 Price Monster Sale Price: $63.70
Pontiac engines were available in many different displacements, ranging from 265 CID to 455 CID. Components are interchangeable from each displacement, other than 265 & 301, which are only compatible with themselves. HO and Super Duty engines were the most desirable. SD engines have 4-bolt main blocks.
400's were bronze in color, most 425's and early 455's (1968, 1969) were red, while Toronado 425's and later 455's were blue. However, since engine color may have been changed, use this as supporting evidence only. [ Thanks to Chris Witt, Ed Ekstrom, Daren for this information ]