Lot #79 - In 1979, only 2,499 Hurst/Olds were produced to stay under the limit of 2,500 that would have forced GM to get the 350ci motor certified. A total of 1,334 were given the black and gold paint, with the rest painted gold and white. The Hurst/Olds was built off the Calais body style which had bucket seats, console and Rallye gauges, along with a different front end. The motor was an Olds 350ci V8 with a TH350 automatic transmission. Roof options included a sunroof or factory T-tops. This Hurst/Olds came with T-tops, posi-traction rear end, air conditioning, along with many other convenience options. It has been in a collection for many years and driven sparingly over that time and only in nice weather in the summer. It drives very well and shifts smoothly. Maintained and cared for, this is a fine 79' W30 Hurst Olds and a rare T-top model.