1950 Oldsmobile 88 for sale 101052535
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This is a really cool and interesting classic hot rod. It is a 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Club Coupe with a very rare General Motors experimental high compression test engine believed to be one of only 4 left in existence. Custom options include the Plexiglas hood windows that dealerships used to display new engine models in their showroom's, 3 speed La Salle manual transmission with overdrive, unusual front and rear factory sway bars, Jet black paint with red and white tuck and roll interior, vintage dash tachometer, red painted steel wheels with original Olds dog dish caps and new tires on all four corners. You won't see another one of these at the show!

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    American Classics
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    8 Cylinder
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  • Custom Color

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