1969 Hurst Olds Tribute Details

“These early, big-block Hurst/Olds represent the zenith of Oldsmobile muscle-car performance. They are now highly sought collectibles (just 914 were built for '69) and, as with any muscle car, are worth the most when restored to factory-original condition. Besides, with a 0-60 time of 5.9 sec and the ability to break 100 [mph] in the quarter, they're fast from any perspective-yesterday's, or today's." — Motor Trend

Win a ’69 Hurst/Olds Convertible Tribute

Get ready to bring home the ultimate gentleman’s muscle car in the brand-new Hurst Dream Giveaway. The grand-prize is a breathtaking ’69 Hurst/Olds tribute convertible with a console plaque autographed by “Miss Hurst” Linda Vaughan.

You can put this show-stopping ’69 Hurst/Olds tribute convertible in your garage when you help out veterans’ and children’s charities.

But, that’s just half of the grand-prize. If you have the lucky ticket number, which may be amongst the entries you receive with your donation, you’ll also bring home a brand-new 2024 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali, which Dream Giveaway and Holley transformed into a matching Hurst Hauler.

If you have the winning entry, we will also pay out $37,000 for the federal prize taxes on your behalf.

Keep reading to learn more about this spectacular muscle car that was never available to the general public!

Hurst/Olds History

In early ’69, Hurst Performance contracted with Oldsmobile to modify a limited quantity of Cutlass 442s, all with the W-46 455 cubic-inch engine and Turbo 400 automatic transmissions as mandatory equipment. Built offline starting in March 1969, a total of 914 of these Hurst/Olds were produced by the end of the model year.

The Hurst/Olds conversion was only available to the public on Cutlass 442 coupes, but, for promotions, Hurst built two convertibles for Miss Hurst “Linda Vaughan” and various Hurstettes to pump up the fans at dragstrips. Of those two convertibles, one was relegated to west-coast tracks and the other to east-coast tracks. Hurst built a third convertible after the east-coast car was damaged.

The Hurst/Olds conversion package consisted of an engine fresh-air package, a twin-inlet hood scoop for fresh-air induction, dual outside racing mirrors, a rear deck air spoiler, hand-applied black pinstriping, special “Hurst Gold” and Cameo White paint, a flat black painted grille, distinctive Hurst/Olds emblems, interior Hurst/Olds emblems, a Hurst Dual/Gate shifter and special gold-trimmed head restraints.

Restored by the Nation’s Best Hurst/Olds Restoration Shop

This ’69 Hurst/Olds convertible is the subject of a four-year, no-expense-spared rotisserie restoration by Thornton Muscle Cars, which included a full engine build, show-quality paint, hand-painted graphics, a showroom-mint interior, polished chrome and a detailed engine bay and undercarriage. Restoration cost? We are told the owner had over $100,000 in the project.

Loaded with Options

This grand-prize ’69 Hurst/Olds tribute convertible includes the following options:
• 380 horsepower W-46 455 cubic inch V-8 engine
• D-code 455 heads
• Turbo 400 automatic transmission
• Six-way power driver seat
• Power steering
• Power brakes
• Sport steering wheel
• Tilt wheel
• Power top
• Hurst Sport mirrors
• AM/FM radio/8-track player
• Rear radio speaker
• Tinted windshield and windows
• Air conditioning
• Rocket Rally Pac
• 3.18-ratio Limited Slip

When you enter to win the Hurst Dream Giveaway, you’ll be in the running for this concours-restored 1969 Hurst/Olds tribute convertible and a matching 2024 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali 4x4 truck. Plus, we’ll pay $37,000 toward the taxes.

So, what are you waiting for? Enter now!

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