Hey C, What a coincidence that the coupe had an Olds rear end. Another check from the list of my friend's Olds powered coupe. Wow, it has been over 60 years and the memories linger. My friend, like all of us back then when we sold our cars, was happy with the money. It was the next step, so we could apply it to the following cars, next in line. He remembers his first coupe, but not the second. San Fernando was usually not on our places to race as Lions was only a few blocks to a mile away from our neighborhood. Again, Arizona is out of state...so, there is still some hope. This coupe story is like our 671 SBC motor we sold to a guy from the Midwest. Where in the Midwest? Who knows, today? But, we probably knew then. He had it shipped back there in 1961 for what purpose? He may have told us, but it has been a long time ago. That 5 window black coupe was pretty nice. Back then, gas coupes did not have roll bars as they were street hot rods with mufflers, hubcaps, headlights that worked, and brake lights. But safety Scattershields were part of any wise racer's builds. Your coupe is in its multiple owner with multiple changes...so, maybe. Jnaki Thanks for trying to get the info. If you come across any other information, please pass it along. My friend will be very happy about the past history of his 5 window coupe. It was a long shot, but as we get on in age, only those memories spark, until they don't. My friend's coupe did have a connection to the Reath Automotive shop back then.