There's a lot of dead Olds around my buildings/Olds junkyard. I've had this "Baby" since around 2004. I call them all, my Babies. Everyone of them has a story behind them. This story goes back to 1990s. At Ohio Drag City, also known as Meander Dragstrip and/or Youngstown Executive Airport, whooo, 3 names for the same Dragstrip. It was owned by Brothers Alex & George, the Greeks. Around 1994 there was a 1969 F85 a B-headed 1966 2V 425. It was Grandma's F85, they dropped a stock Delta 88 power plant in it. The F85 ran 16s. The guy had a "cousin" that was "building" a 1971 Supreme. He mentioned he had some "bad boy" #5 heads that were ported by an Olds Guru. Bad boy and Olds Guru are words I use to shorten what he told me. I mentioned they should put the bad boy #5 heads on the 2 barrel stock 425 to bump up the compression along with a "big" four barrel to wake up that "sleeping" 425. Ya, I might have had a few beers in me. Fast forward a few weeks. Here's the F85, they put the #5 heads on with a Preformer and a Holley. Thats it, never opened up the timing cover to check the chain, nothing. After some tuning car was running high 13's with slicks on the stock peg leg rearend. Couple weeks later, they were gone, never came back. That strip closed in 1998. I always looked for those heads, I'm like a bird dog when it comes to Oldsmobile parrs/cars. Fast forward to 2004. Car guy I know tells me about a guy that has Oldsmobile Supreme all torn apart and he needed to unload the stuff quick because the deceased Mothers home had been foreclosed. To be continued.