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    Well as the title says I will be in ownership of a 1984 Hurst Olds sometime next week when I am able to go pick it up. The frame underneath is spotless, I mean no rust at all. The owner had a big block bored 454 in it. I am buying the rollerfrom him because bought a tubbed Malibu ( sweet ride). My plans are to put a big block 425 in it and toy around on cruise nights. I have a 6yr old with Autism and he really enjoys cruise nights. I had a Cutlass Supreme Brougham when I was fresh out of H.S. and did a lot to the car but ended up selling it and regretting it. The Hurst Olds has always been a favorite of mine so I couldn't pass up the opportunity. The cast number on the engine is 389244D with C heads.IMG958911.jpg

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    Nice car, welcome to the site!
    Glad you are putting an Olds back in it, 425's are good engines, lots of torque and rev better than 455's since they are over square.
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