No hard paper documentation. Speaking with the owners of the other 4 speed convertibles, they told me where to look for specific date codes for the drivetrain, casting numbers, etc and all pieces were built in the month before the production of the car. Thats really the only way to verify. Plus, there are signs for instance on the transmission, and especially the shifter linkages that were specific to the Starfire, which are NOT available second hand, and the likeliness of finding them in a wrecked car is *almost* impossible since there were only 122 made.Do you have any documentation that this was an original 4 speed convertible? Build sheet, window sticker, etc.? I didn't read the entire thread so I apologize if you've answered this already.
Start another project ! come on , you know you want to, all the cool kids are doing it .Its been at the damn shop for like 5 months being repaired and updated to be driven. Should be done soon. The upholstery shop is waiting patiently. I do not think it will be ready for the Oldsmobile nationals in august