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"4-4-TOO MUCH" (for Joop)


Rich Sufficool
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Here's the hairiest 1966 Oldsmobile 4-4-2. another fun model of that era.

HairyOlds 026
HairyOlds 001
HairyOlds 009
HairyOlds 003
HairyOlds 011
HairyOlds 007
HairyOlds 031
HairyOlds 021
HairyOlds 014
HairyOlds 015
HairyOlds 016
HairyOlds 017
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HairyOlds 022
HairyOlds 039

 

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Jack Dodds
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Does this Olds still exist?


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Rich Sufficool
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@jack-dodds The car was barely controllable when all was well. On the last run, the magneto on the front engine failed and the car went off the tracks and crashed. The car was finally restored and was donated to the Oldsmobile Club of America where it resides.

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Joop
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thanks, Rich...

These are great pics.

I bought this model many years ago and I still have it in its box, which is a masterpiece by itself.


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Rich Sufficool
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@joop I put mine back in the box also. The window box is an instant dust cover.


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Marty Johnson
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@jack-dodds - Yes, it does.  It has been restored.  

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Christopher Moroni
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One model I don't own but wish I did.  Very cool! Surprised  


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