VEHICLE OPTIONS: - SPORT STEERING WHEEL - INSTRUMENT PACKAGE WITH IN-DASH TACHOMETER - FUNCTIONING FIBERGLASS RAM AIR HOOD WITH HOOD PINS - CHROME SUPER STOCK WHEELS - TACHOMETER - POWER STEERING - POWER BRAKES - FRONT DISC BRAKES - DUAL EXHAUST - CENTER CONSOLE - AIR CONDITIONING - TRUMPET EXHAUST TIPS - POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP - NUMBERS MATCHING ENGINE - FRONT AND REAR SWAY BARS - DRIVERS REMOTE MIRROR - CRUISE CONTROL - BUCKET SEATS - ALUMINUM INTAKE
1970 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible, completely restored to finish.- 7000 miles on newly rebuilt 455 Rocket Engine - A/C Redone- Rebuilt Gas Tank- New 100 spoke wheels- New Vogue Tires- Updated Sound System- Freshly painted
1966 Oldmobile Jetstar 88. Has been in covered storage in Texas for the last 15 years. Interior is great except for a rip in the back seat. Little rust, only on back passenger side door that needs to finished banging out and painted. Trunk condition is great. All doors and trunk close fully, they were not closed for the pictures. New gas tank and 1979 Pontiac TransAm 6.6L engine also needs the accessories installed and finished hooking up. Electronic ignition and radiator fan. Car is in good condition, it just needs some effort to finish installing the engine and will be great fun.
Its a wheel-to-wheel rolling display of ultra-cool mid-70s style thats sure to turn heads. This 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds is quite a looker and its running strong. The sizable original big block under its special edition hood is still acquitting itself nicely and, considering there were so few of these special edition Oldsmobiles made, its got bona fide collectability value. Olds already established a track record with Hurst several years before this 75 saw the light of day, as the manufacturers previous offerings of Hurst components in their 442s had met with consistent success. Olds marked the midpoint of the decade by equipping this Cutlass with some distinctive styling cues, including special edition badging and gold body accents running the lengths of its sides, both of which are in very good condition. Additional aesthetic touches coming by way of this partnership include a custom hood ornament, as well as the stylish louvres gracing the long hood. There were only about 1200 Hurst Olds decked out in Cameo white ever made, and the color is well represented here, showing a nice, consistent pigmentation from front to back. Whereas previous editions had featured a semi-fastback rear roofline, the combination of the more formal shape on hand here with the color-matched T-Tops creates an effortlessly cool look while offering the benefit of open-air driving when you so choose. Climb inside and youll be surrounded by a stellar interior that will take you back in time. The special edition swiveling white bucket seats feature red accents that tie in perfectly with the dash area and carpeting below and a pair of Hurst-badged floor mats in front are yet another reference to this Olds distinctive status. Everything is looking nice and clean inside - the center console holding the Hurst dual gate shifter is in good shape and the door panels dont show much wear at all. The original steering wheel still sits on its tilting column, while just beyond it the dash area is another strong point, with clear functional gauges in its instrument cluster and a pair of woodgrain accents that appear to have been recently applied. Comfort features include air conditioning, as well as power windows and power door locks. The trunk area in back is as tidy as can be, with a full size spare and jack resting on its floor. In addition to its undeniable stylishness, this Hurst/Olds is a very solid driving classic. A sizable, numbers-matching 455 cubic inch V8 fills the engine compartment, wearing a properly badged black air cleaner over its blue block and its in great form, starting promptly and pulling with plenty of vigor as it sends a nice, deep note out of its MagnaFlow exhaust. The big block carries a Holley 4-barrel carb on top and pairs with an also original 3-speed automatic TH400 transmission thats shifting with confidence-inspiring smoothness to provide a great driving experience. Featured power steering makes this Olds easy to navigate, while power brakes with discs up front bring its set of super sharp 15 Super Stock III wheels to prompt stops. Take a look below and youll see an impressively clean undercarriage. Seldom seen on the road and undeniably stylish, this 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds is sure to fill its next owners garage with vintage mojo. Call today!
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This 1972 Oldsmobile Toronado is a definite head-turner - its one outstanding example of inspired early 70s automotive styling. This seldom seen classic is running great, riding smooth and features a fresh exterior to go along with the sizable V8 engine lurking under its hood. With its initial release in the mid-60s, the Toronado gained a reputation as a futuristic model for good reason - it actually began life as a design painting by an Oldsmobile stylist that was an entirely aesthetic exercise, as there were no initial plans to actually build the car. The response to the rendering among GMs designers and top brass was enthusiastic and swift, so Oldsmobile was soon given the go-ahead for production and, while the model met with strong success, its popularity really hit a new level when the second generation, of which this 72 is a member, debuted. Its an unabashed luxury car, with a lengthy front end to harbor big block power and a spacious cabin for passengers to ride in comfort. The Cameo white shade it wears is its original color and a freshening up a while back was well-performed, so its looking very sharp. Up front, the pair of twin headlights sit over a one of a kind, vertically slatted grille and as you circle the car, youll notice its body alignment is very precise and the black vinyl crowning its roof looks supple and well-fitted. This is one very stylish ride. Inside the doors, everything appears to be original, so the overall condition displayed here is a welcome surprise. The seating remains in good shape, with well-fitted cloth covers over both rows of bench seating and door panels to each side that still look pretty fresh and sit snugly against their surrounding steel. The dash area is impressively clean, with a pad across the top thats yet to develop any cracks and a collection of gauges in the instrument cluster that are clear and readable. Theres a substantial amount of interior space on hand, with plenty of real estate to allow your backseat passengers to stretch out. For a car of its era, theres also an impressive collection of comfort and convenience features on board, including cruise control, power locks and windows, power seats, a steering column that both tilts and telescopes to arrive at just the right driving position, as well as air conditioning. A 455 cubic inch V8 sits between the shock towers in the very expansive engine compartment, still armed with its original 4-barrel Quadrajet carb. The big block is running great, starting right up and pulling strong as it teams with a 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts securely. A number of components were recently replaced to up this Toronados dependability during real world driving, including the brake booster, hoses and wires, and the ride that this Oldsmobile offers is surprisingly smooth. Power brakes - with discs up front - give it plenty of fade-resistant stopping ability, while smooth power steering makes this sizable ride easy to navigate. Its a real attention-getter as it rolls on its set of 15 stock Oldsmobile wheels outfitted with Goodyear Decathlon tires. This 1972 Oldsmobile Toronado offers the chance to put a stylish, rare and strong running early 70s classic in your garage at a great price. Call today!
Heres a nicely appointed drop top vintage muscle car thats all about fun times and smile inducing driving. Along with the substantial displacement its packing under the hood, this 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX convertible also proudly wears its original colors both inside and out for just the right authentic vintage appearance. That eye-catching code 62 Bittersweet shade draped over the exterior has a definite custom look to it, but its actually the same color is came in from the factory. The seldom seen shade is contrasted with sharp black stripes that run the lengths of its sides while smoothly passing over the front and rear wheel wells. From all appearances, the exterior is in strong form already - the paint has a nice shine and smooth texture to it and the chrome bumpers both fore and aft look solid and straight - and a session with your local detailer will take things to an even higher level. When weather conditions call for it, theres a power black convertible top on hand to raise into place for protection, and it sports a glass window so its far more resistant to the ravages of the sun than its plastic counterparts. Inside the doors sits a nicely appointed interior in its proper Sienna color thats retained its factory appearance, with a split bench seat in front and a bench seat in back that are looking nice and well padded. The dash area has been thoroughly restored and really presents well - the woodgrain accents appear to have been recently installed, or exceptionally well-protected, its free of the evidence of UV damage you so often encounter with convertibles, and the pad running across its top shows no splits or warpage. The aftermarket AM/FM/cassette stereo positioned at its center also functions just as intended. As far overall size is concerned, this Cutlass really strikes a nice balance - its compact enough to convey an athletic, agile appearance but still carries plenty of space inside. Climb in and youll find lots of shoulder room on hand and your backseat passengers will have no trouble getting comfortable. This sharp looking Olds is a factory air car but the compressor has since seized and will need servicing to get back online. The space inside the trunk is substantial and youll still find the original jack on board. Owing to its special SX status, this Olds carries a sizable 455 cubic inch V8 under its hood that teams with a rock solid 3-speed automatic TH400 transmission. It was the big block member of Olds Rocket Engine offerings when it came out and it still wears the properly badged black air cleaner that offers a nice contrast to the blue of its block and valve covers as evidence. It sits in a clean and tidy engine compartment - that badging on its air cleaner is clear as day and theres no grime buildup anywhere inside. Featured power brakes that position discs up front make for low-effort, fade-resistant stops, while power steering is just another benefit that makes this Olds a lot of fun to drive. It cuts a very appealing appearance as it rolls on its set of 14 stock Oldsmobile wheels painted to match the exterior and equipped with Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires. This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX convertible is a solid driving, endlessly appealing vintage drop top. Call today.
Its always nice to come across a solid, well-dressed classic Cutlass. Introduced in the early 60s, they rapidly became sought after muscle cars, combining performance-centric drivetrains with sporty styling and generous interior space to accommodate back seat passengers in comfort. This 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass is a fine example of the model in its vintage heyday. It still features its original V8 under the hood and it looks sharp and drives great. The Pearl White paint this Olds now wears provides a very nice look. It shows no signs of oxidation and the pearl texture really adds depth and makes this classic come alive when exposed to the sun. Those broad stripes running the lengths of the hood and deck lid add just the right late-60s styling sensibility and from every angle, this Cutlass has a road-ready appearance - the front and rear bumpers are straight and unblemished, the array of chrome trim is all intact and presents well, and the glass on all sides of the cabin is nice and clear, with the front and rear windshields surrounded by solid rubber seals. Oldsmobile took its venerable muscle car through a restyling just a year before this 69 debuted, giving the car a more refined overall appearance with a semi-fastback rear roofline and equipping the front split grille - nearly a trademark for the model at the time - with more aggressive vertical bars on each side. Size-wise, the Cutlass strikes a great balance - its trim enough to present an agile appearance and yet features a generously sized wheelbase for a smooth ride and plenty of room inside. The black vinyl interior sports its original configuration and while it does show some signs of use, it still offers a nice classic driving environment in its present state. The front buckets sport a patch or two here and there but are very comfortable and their frames look to be arrow-straight, making any upgrades you might decide to do that much easier. The center console sitting between them is in good form as is and was likely added fairly recently, as was the carpeting below, judging from its fresh appearance. Cutlasses of this era sported well-appointed, stylish dash areas, as the one here ably illustrates with its array of burlwood grain accents that sit underneath a straight, uncracked dash pad. The original gauges are easily readable, all control knobs sit securely in place and an AM/FM/CD stereo has been seamlessly installed in the center of the dash to attend to your audio needs. The trunk area is every bit as spacious as youd expect and its in good order, with a full size spare sitting inside and a fresh expanse of gray carpeting lining its floor. Underneath the hood, the original 350 V8 is still on hand and it continues to perform well, firing up quickly when called upon and running strong. Its now equipped with an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and teams with what is likely the original 2-speed Powerglide transmission to make up an authentically vintage yet solidly functioning drivetrain. This classic features both power steering and power brakes with discs up front, so it navigates easily and comes to dependable, low-effort stops, as it rolls on a set of 14 stock Oldsmobile wheels with fresh centers that are wrapped in blackwall radial tires. The undercarriage below looks very solid for any classic, let alone one thats nearly a half century old. This 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass is loaded with vintage charm and its a strong driver. Call today!
1961 Oldsmobile 88 The classic 88 was a model of vehicle put out by Oldsmobile from 1949 until 1999. From 1950 to 1974 it was the divisions top selling line. In 1961 they kicked off the 5th generation of 88s with a totally redesigned body with an all new chassis as well. The Oldsmobile you see here takes some of the very cool original styling and kicks it up a notch turning it into one of the coolest customs on the road. This car is known as "Golden Starfire" and was built by well known custom car crafter John DAgostino. The body has been molded, nosed, decked and lowered giving it a really unique sleek appearance. The body also features filled body seams and is shaved of any handles for a really smooth side profile. It is painted in a PPG Pagan Gold which has a beautiful shine and really stands out in the crowd. All of the chrome is in excellent condition with smoothed and flushed front/rear bumpers. The grill is from a 60 Mercury and was narrowed for a perfect fit. The tailights are out of a 56 Oldsmobile and are frenched in place. Little features like that show the level of detail that went into creating this custom. People who know these cars will be drawn to these features because they are often what is used to identify the year and style of vehicle. Because the modifications were so well done they look factory and are sure to have some Oldsmobile experts scratching their heads. The stance of the car is just perfect and underneath all four corners are chrome wire wheels with wide white wall tires. The car was built not only to look great but also runs like a champ. It provides modern reliability and is a car you can drive anywhere. It is powered by a 394 cubic inch V8 motor mated to a Hydramatic transmission. The engine compartment has a very clean look with everything nicely finished out. The Gold painting on the block/manifold is a nice touch and ties everything together. The motor was entirely redone during the build as well as many other components including the ball joints, control arm bushings and more. It really needs nothing. A new Vintage AC/heat system was installed to keep you cruising comfortably no matter what the temp is out side. The interior of the car is done in a White Pearl Naugahyde and creates the perfect contrast for the exterior. Everything looks extremely clean and it is in great shape throughout. The front seats are from a 63 Buick Riviera and sit to each side of a custom built center console. The inserts on the seats have a "V" pattern which also was done on the back package tray and headliner. Little accents like the arm rests were painted to match the body which looks great incorporated into the interior. The same treatment was given to the dash with a combo of the Gold and White. Custom pinstriping was added to the glove box door and the car was also autographed by the builder. The original style gauges and trim were used on the dash but a second set of gauges was added below for Oil, Amp and Temp. The trunk of the car was very cleanly finished out as well. This cool custom has a lot going for it including that it is a very unique car to begin with. The builder is very well known and the car has will always be a part of custom car history. It also comes with multiple magazines it was featured in including where it was the Rod and Custom cover car. You couldnt come close to building this car for $47,500.00! NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $39,900.00!
1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme This is one of the last of the big Cutlasses before they were cut down in 1978. This is an excellent project car as these become more and more popular with builders as an inexpensive canvas to restore or customize. It is powered by the original 350ci V-8 with a 4bbl carburetor coupled with a smooth shifting 350 automatic transmission. The car runs excellent with only 91,400 original miles. It has power disc brakes in the front and a sport suspension making it drive, handle and stop without effort. The exterior is in good condition for being over 40-years old with only a few dings and very little surface rust. All in all, it is a very solid project car or daily driver. The vinyl top is in condition as is all the glass and chrome. The rear plastic bumper valance has been broken and does need to be replace. It sits on its original rallye wheels with good rubber attached. Inside the car is in really good shape with no tears or rips in its original tan color that nicely compliments the white exterior. It is fully loaded for 77 including power steering, windows and air conditioning. It also still has its original AM/FM/8-track stereo intact. The 8-track is not currently working but could just need cleaned. All-in-all this is a solid, nicely running daily driver or project car that is priced under market value at $4,900.00! This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
1928 Oldsmobile F28 This 90 year-old car is absolutely phenomenal and has been restored to like-new condition. In 1928, Oldsmobile introduced its F series of automobiles. A longer chassis and larger, more powerful six-cylinder engine set the line apart from its predecessors. The series featured twelve different body styles, ranging from the two passenger coupes and roadsters to five passenger, two and four door sedans (like this one). It has been converted to an electronic fuel pump which greatly improves performance and reliability. Other than that, she is just like she was when she rolled off the assembly line in Michigan. Model: F-28 4-Door Sedan with vinyl top Exterior Color: Deep Red with black accents Interior Color: Gray that has all been redone in matching cloth. Engine: Original 6-cylinder Mileage: Showing 18,675 Fuel: Gasoline Transmission: 3-Speed Manual The car also has a manual choke, shutter and light controls on the steering wheel just as they are supposed to be. It has in-dash gauges for current, oil, speed and water but is missing fuel. The front window opens for more ventilation and the original shade is still hanging above the rear window. This is an extremely rare car that is very well restored even sporting the original wood wheels and correct bias tires. This fine example is being offered at the very reasonable price of $19,900.00! This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
1967 Oldsmobile 442 With the arrival of the 60s the looks of vehicles changed pretty drastically and the muscle car era arrived. Every manufacturer wanted to get in the game and Oldsmobile did so with the classic 442. This number referred to the original cars 4 barrel carb, 4 speed transmission and dual exhaust although it was used in some years where a 3 speed and automatic were options. This car has been well maintained as a survivor with only 58,867 factory miles. It has always been garage kept and has been in storage for the past 10-12 years. It has had 3 previous owners and 1 repaint in the original color. The body is very straight and solid. The floors are solid and are a good indicator of how well it has been cared for. The pale yellow paint has a nice finish and looks great paired with the Black vinyl top. All of the original trim and chrome have a nice shine with no pitting or issues. It has a great stance and rides on the original style wheels with BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. It is now powered by a Oldsmobile 330 V8 motor that runs great. The engine compartment has a nice clean stock appearance. The car has had multiple stock recent improvements which include new air shocks, a new rear sway bar, rebuilt carburetor, rebuilt distributor, new cap/rotor, new spark plugs and wires, a new starter, new battery, new aluminum radiator, new exhaust, new disc brakes, new tires, a new air cleaner, new rear control arms, new front sway bar links and an entirely rebuilt turbo transmission with shift kit. That is a lot of new stuff! Basically the car was gone through mechanically to make sure everything is road ready. You can hop in it and drive it anywhere! The power steering and power brakes make it a very comfortable driver and the AC system has also had an aftermarket upgrade to 134A so it is a simple process to get charged. The interior of the car is done in Black and the upholstery is all in great shape. It has dual bucket seats up front with the factory center console to house the shifter and additional storage compartment. The dash has the original layout and everything works except for the TicToc Tach. A smaller set of aftermarket Sunpro gauges were added under the dash for temp, oil, and voltage. The radio has been replaced. The trunk of the car has been nicely finished out with a custom trunk mat and houses a spare wheel/tire. This is a great running car and is being offered up at a great price. It has been authenticated by Ed Cox who is a well known 442 expert in the area. This classic 442 is being offered up for only $19,750.00!
When it comes to a unique look, this classic 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado does the trick. It has great classic bodylines and one of the coolest looking front ends out there. The pop up headlights work like new and rival those on any Corvette. All of the bumpers, trim, grill, and emblems are in place and in great condition. The car is coated a light green (almost turquoise) that shines beautifully in the sunlight. It rides on the original style wheels with redline tires. 1966 was the first year that the Toronado was produced and Oldsmobile was certainly looking into the future. Added features included draft-free ventilation system and an upgrade from the Starfire 425 to the Super Rocket V8! The 425 V8 engine runs very strong with no smoking or problems. This super rocket V8 is painted in a matching blue style with the correct Toronado air cleaner. The turbo hydromatic heavy duty 3 speed transmission shifts smoothly with no problems. All of the lights and electrical are in place and working. The car has drum brakes on all four which slow the car to a stop with ease and no noise. The Green interior is complete and all in good shape. The car is very comfortable to drive and ride in. The dash is all in its original style and in good condition. All gauges are in place and working as they should. The car utilizes a rolling drum style speedometer which is very unique to this classic. The original style radio is in place and sounds great. This is a classic you wont see everyday so dont pass up this opportunity! This unique classic could be yours for $20,000.00!
VIN: 3G87M2M****** Year: 1972 Make: Oldsmobile Model: Cutlass Exterior Color: Red Interior Color: Black Mileage: 61,280 Engine: 350 V8 Transmission: 4 Speed Manual You can view more photos, video and information on our website: V8vintage.com Vehicle Description: This one has the 442 look you want as well as the performance and power to go with it. The Bright Red paint is slick and the body alignment is very good. According to the VIN and data plate it is an original matching numbers V8 4spd with only 61,000 original miles! This 442 is the most desirable red exterior with black striping and black interior. The exterior is in very nice condition. There are only some very minor paint defects that are pointed out in the photos and described below. You can also see in the photos the shine and reflection of the overall body, very nice! This car as it is now starts right up and drives great! It has a racy note through the dual exhaust. The engine is powerful and easily breaks the tires loose if your not careful (or if that is your intention), and the transmission operates properly. Lots of 442 options. The car has factory power steering and factory power front disc brakes as well, making driving enjoyable and effortless. This one also has the lightweight inner fender wells, the functional fiberglass Ram-Air hood also for a weight savings and better engine aspiration, and finally the functional Ram-Air intake assembly. We did find that this car also has the 442 performance rear trailing arms. A very great looking, great driving classic! Tires are decent on original vintage wheels with great looking paint and trim and matching valve stem caps. The trim is all in pretty great original condition. This car has been stored indoors in a private collection. All of the glass is good and works perfect. The radio works like new and the glovebox is in good condition. The 442 sport steering wheel is in good condition and the horn operates properly. The interior is in great shape. The seats appear near mint and very comfortable. The driver seat belt latch appears to have a bad spring in the button and sometimes take a few tries to catch. The gauges and lights work except tachometer reads low, as if it is not properly calibrated. The weatherstripping is in aged but good condition and appears to be all there. The car runs and drives amazing. I have driven it alot for testing and pleasure and it is alot of fun and gets alot of attention. The car has no mechanical problems. We are confident that the miles are original. This car also comes with a cool miniature 442 keychain so you dont forget which car the keys go to. It has all the visual horse power you could want as well. It has the W30 spoiler and wide stripe 442 appearance package. The exhaust is true dual with the correct tips and really calls out when you open up the secondaries. Being red and black with bucket seats, 442 trim, Rally Wheels and a 4 speed with Ram-Air options you couldn't find a nicer combination and it makes for a great collectible or pleasure vehicle. Don't miss out on a chance to own one of the more desirable Olds from the 70s, ready to enjoy now. Additional Information Features: 350 CID Oldsmobile Rocket V8 4bbl carb with Ram-Air intake 4 speed manual transmission W27 rear inspection cover Bright red with black 442 stripes & W30 spoiler Functional fiberglass Ram-Air hood 442 lightweight inner fenders Full Dual Exhaust with factory 442 tips 442 sport steering wheel Factory power steering Factory Deluxe AM/FM radio in the dash Factory performance power front disc brakes Beautiful Black Dash, Sun Visors and Headliner Clean engine bay that is show ready Near mint black Bucket Seats 442 performance reinforced rear control arms Color keyed Racing mirrors and day/night inside rear view Factory very nice 14" Olds Rally Wheels with center caps and trim Rear air shocks to adjust height Defects: very small paint defects on edge of driver door, near trunk lock, near edge of trunk lip from age or accident very small paint defects on hood side and front edge from age (fiberglass hoods were installed with rivets and the rivets cause defects with age) small crack in dash plastic over glovebox and vinyl cracking on top of dashpad on passenger side the trunk pan has been previously repaired the worst defect is the inside structure of the fiberglass hood has started cracking from age near the latch, but is still very solid and easily repaired. Other than the above, the car looks amazing, drives well and gets alot of attention. Very fun car to take to the local meet or cruise around town. We have driven the car through town many times and never had any problems. Keep in mind it is 46 years old and not a new car, but it is in good condition considering its age. You can hop in right now and enjoy. If you are looking to get into a classic car without spending a fortune this would be the opportunity for you. We do consider trades in the specialty or classic category. We can also discuss payment terms or options. We are happy to try and make a deal. Feel free to make offers, and if you have any questions please message or call 888-716-5333
If you have built or had one built, you know what they cost. The build has 4319 miles on it. You can drive it home or but it on a trailer for its first time. I would not be afraid to drive it anywhere. Below is a list of some parts in the build: 1. 355 Oldsmobile engine(reworked) with slight cam2. Automatic 350 transmission3. Fi Tec fuel injection system4. Speed Hut custom gauges with GPS speedo5. Smart Line AP 500 Cruse Control6. Lokar floor shift with lighted gear indicator7. Custom console8. Vintage air/heat and defrost9. Power brakes-disk on front drums on rear10. Front and rear sway bars11. QA-1 adjustable coil overs on front12. QA-1 adjustable shocks on rear with coil springs13. Quick Steer -Steering box 13 to 1 ratioThe vehicle has air conditioning along with black leather bucket seats.As you can see this has been my baby, sorry to see it go but have to move on.
RARELY WILL YOU EVER SEE a car this age and with original miles this and in such great shape. All original and comes with the original books and window sticker. This car was part of an estate collection and all vehicles sold separately. Power windows, power locks, power trunk release, tilt, cruise, sunroof, security system (prevents starting), power seats, AM/FM/Cassette, interval wipers, rear defogger, and tripometer. The mileage is original! Recently replaced original tires due to dry rot. AC COLD and updated to new refrigerant.
1962 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 convertible. Recently passed state (Texas) inspection and new brakes. Has power seat and windows except for the left rear window which is currently inoperative. Engine is 394ci with 3 speed Hydra-matic transmission.
View 76 pictures and BID ONLINE for this vehicle on Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com The top of the line Oldsmobile in 1960 was the 98, offering every standard feature in the Olds lineup, plus a few more like an electric clock, power steering and brakes, and the attractively named Jetaway Hydra-Matic Drive. Power was provided by a 394-cid Rocket V-8 at 315 hp and a whopping 435 lb-ft of torque. Like other cars, the rakish tail fins were flattened out to the sides, and the Olds 98 convertible was selected as the pace car for the Indianapolis 500 in 1960. Here is the perfect classic car for the family looking to get into the hobby without having to break the bank - a nice running and driving sedan with plenty of room for the kids, yet plenty of power under the hood. Featuring a repaint of the original (soft yellow) Citron under the original (green) Palmetto Mist Metallic, this car is quite the eye catcher. Solid South Dakota car, with registration slips dating back to the early 60s included with the car. Original green cloth interior shows a little wear on the armrests, but otherwise is very presentable, clean, and comfortable. The wide white Coker Classic tires are like new, and this car cruises down the highway smoothly. Dont miss your chance to own this nice 98! Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping charges from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
Bid to win this vehicle on Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com 1964 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Holiday Sport Coupe, only 62,000 miles, totally rust free, beautiful Wedgewood Blue paint, immaculate Blue cloth interior, 394 cu in 260 HP V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, Posi-traction rear end, AM radio, original keys and key fob, owners manual, Protecto-plate, original spare tire, runs and drives like new, amazing! Vehicle is located in Pennsylvania, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
BID AND WIN this vehicle on www.WheelerAuctionGroup.com 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Convertible Tribute 455 Factory AC! This nice 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Convertible Tribute. It is powered by the Rocket 455 V-8, TH 400 auto transmission, power steering, power brakes and power convertible top. Other features include bucket seats and console, Sports Steering wheel, factory air conditioning, Super Stock II Rally wheels, and a custom stereo with bluetooth. The paint and interior on this car is in very nice condition. The car is a tribute but it is very hard to tell unless you are an expert on these cars. The frame off restoration was completed about 6/7 years ago and it has been a western United States car its entire life until it came to us. Vehicle is located in Minnesota, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
View more pics and Bid to win this vehicle at www.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Year: 1941 Make: Oldsmobile Model: Ninety Eight Body Style: 2 Door Convertible (Body made by Fisher) VIN: 9814612 Color Exterior: Blue Metallic Color Interior: Two Tone Burgundy/Tan with Tan Soft Top Mileage: Test miles after restoration Motor Configuration: 238 Cu inch, Straight 8 Transmission: 3 Speed Column Shift Synchromesh manual This beautiful 1941 Oldsmobile Eight Two Door- 4 Seater Convertible, body built by Fisher, is one of a number of quality-restored cars from the Charles M. Cawley Collection, the former MBNA President and Chief Executive. We bought the restored vehicle several years ago for our collection. Since then, the car was only displayed at car shows and stored in our climate-controlled warehouse. We are now making the car available for sale. The Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight was a full-size vehicle introduced in 1941. The 98 had been formerly known as the Series 90. The 98 was the flagship model of the Oldsmobile division of General Motors in the 40th. In 1941 the 98 Olds was considered one of the most luxurious family car offered in the medium-price field. The Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser Convertible is a big car with 125-inch wheelbase, front seat 60 inch wide, rear set leg room of 39 inches, giving a seating capacity for six inside the tonneau. The convertible top can be raised or lowered without leaving the drivers seat by means of a vacuum mechanism operated by the engine and controlled from the dash. The large luggage compartment in the rear is carpeted. Coil Springs all around, ride stabilizers front and rear and double action shock absorbers. The car comes with 110 HP 8 cylinder in line engine, deluxe instrument panel, large hubcaps, chrome wheels trim rings, chrome fender detail, deluxe clock and glove compartment door. This beautifully restored vintage convertible received top quality re-chroming plating with attention to details. Red leather interior with wood-grain style dash, a tan convertible top and visually highlighted by fender skirts. Painted steel wheels wearing wide Whitewalls and trimmed with beauty rings and hub caps. Nice smooth running car! Vehicle is located in Florida. Buyer/Bidder will be responsible for pickup or shipping charges from this location to wherever they are shipping it to.