Only 906 Hurst/Olds were produced in 1969 and this is Number #1.
Hurst Performance and Oldsmobile created a muscle-car monster in 1969—the limited-edition Hurst/Olds. It was an attention-getting muscle car built at the end of an iconic decade that brought us the GTO, the Chevelle, the Camaro, the Judge, the 442 and the Trans Am. Today, the 1969 Hurst/Olds is a rarity as only 906 were ever produced.
So what if we told you that you can put the very first 1969 Hurst/Olds in your garage just by helping out some great charities?
This fully restored 1969 Hurst/Olds is more than a rare muscle car. It is one of the most significant muscle cars of the entire collector-car hobby. We have extensive documentation from Hurst Performance and the Hurst/Olds Club of America to prove it.
If you’ve ever dreamt of setting the dial on your wayback machine to 1969 just so you could be at a new car dealer when the first 1969 Hurst/Olds arrived, then you’ve come to the right place. At the end of this giveaway, one lucky person will be the new owner of this 1969 Hurst/Olds #1.
This tire-shredding 1969 Hurst/Olds is big-block Detroit iron at its finest. It sports a numbers-matching high-output 455ci engine, a Hurst Dual/Gate shifter, power windows, brakes and steering and dual-comfort air conditioning. No wonder it was known as General Motors’ “Gentleman’s Muscle Car!”
Remember the immortal words of the 1960s. There’s no replacement for displacement! Your golden opportunity to enter and win this 1969 Hurst/Olds Serial #1 won’t last forever, so enter now.
Remember, if you’re the winner, we’ll also pay $25,000 for the taxes.
Veterans’ and children’s charities are counting on you. Enter now.
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Oldsmobile enthusiasts worldwide turn to Fusick Automotive for their restoration needs. Our commitment to hobbyists is proven by the fact many of the reproduction parts for Oldsmobile available, originate here with our own tooling dies. We are the largest GM licensed manufacturer of Oldsmobile, 442, Cutlass, and Rocket emblems, as well as Guide lenses which are all trademarks of General Motors Corporation. During our nearly 50 years in the business we have established a reputation in the hobby for fast shipping and high quality products. Over the last few years we have extended our product lines to Buick and Cadillac as well. We invite you to check us out on the web at www.fusickautomotiveproducts.com
The Hurst/Olds Club of America was formed September 4, 1983 by a group of 16 enthusiastic people dedicated to the pleasure and preservation of the Hurst/Olds automobile. An organizational meeting was held on that date in Lansing, Michigan at the R. E. Olds Museum. The membership has grown over the years and currently numbers over 500, with members in nearly every state, many Canadian provinces, and several other countries. The H/OCA has a network of volunteers to help with member questions. Each year of H/O has a dedicated advisor to answer questions and offer support. The Club maintains a Research Library. This information is used to help members and the media with questions about our special cars. The Thunder and Lightning is published six times annually and has won many awards for excellence over the years for providing a quality magazine to Club members. Our official website, hurstolds.com is a wealth of information. It contains photos of prototype cars, photos of production cars and much historical information about the Hurst/Olds. It also features a classified section and information about the National Meet and Annual Hurst/Olds Day. The R. E. Olds Museum in Lansing, MI is the only museum in the world dedicated to the Oldsmobile marque. It contains a display, which was designed and built by the H/OCA, about the history of the Hurst/Olds. Also on display is the Hurst “Hairy” Olds, a 1966 Oldsmobile 442 powered by two blown Toronado engines. This car is a recreation of the exhibition car from the 60s and was donated to the H/OCA. The Club hosts an annual National Meet each year at various locations around the country. As a group we have had the privilege of driving parade laps around Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Poconos Raceway and Bristol Speedway. We have also run at many different dragstrips across the country and have visited many scenic areas like the Wisconsin Dells, Missouri Ozarks, Hershey, PA. and Disneyworld. The Club meet is not a judged event, but rather a fun time that the whole family can enjoy.