Oldsmobile introduced the 442 in 1964 as an option package for the Cutlass based on the Police interceptor equipment and coded B09. According to the Oldsmobile History Center, a mere 436 Cutlass convertibles were built in 1964 with the 442 package. This Tahitian Yellow car is rare still, special-ordered with an automatic transmission. A rust-free car, its had spent the majority of its life in the garage of the Arizona vacation house of a New Jersey surgeon. It was fully restored in 2007, including the undercarriage and mechanical rebuilds of the original 330cid/310hp V8 and the transmission. Power steering, power softtop, Soft Ray windshield, AM radio, bucket seats, console and factory tachometer. Included with the car are the original Window Sticker listing the B09 Police Apprehender-Pursuit package, the original Protect-O-Plate, original owner's manual and Oldsmobile History Center production information.