1964 Oldsmobile F-85 for sale 101230090
1964 Oldsmobile F-85
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1964 Oldsmobile F-85

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I'm getting close to that retirement age and were downsizing big time, there goes the space and the shop for my toys. Up for sale is my 1964 Olds F-85 "post car" that has been treated to a complete nut and bolt rotisserie build with lots of modern modifications. As you will notice in the description below you will need to finish installing the interior. I have documented this build with tons of detailed pictures, especially on Classic Olds where I do a lot of writing. Listed below are some of the details, most likely left some things out and will revise the listing as I move forward. Car is Located in the Dallas area. Car has not seen rain since the restoration and always garaged. There are early A-body's ( 64-67) including Oldsmobile's that are currently listed and priced within this range or higher that do not even compare-consequently my loss is going to be somebody's BIG gain. Not a fire sale, clean title, no liens. So here we go:


67 BB Olds 400E with stock 65 A heads. Has small oil leak where timing cover meets the oil pan. Engine runs very good., at only 3,100 lbs. car is quick with 350 HP. The plan was this was going to be a temporary engine. I was going to have a 500 HP Olds 425 built. The 400E is a 65-67 442 motor and has value to a 442 owner that does not have an original block. Or this car is a great candidate for a LS conversion.


Dean Oliver built Q-jet

Edelbrock Performer Intake

Hooker headers


Melodan Pan

Flowmaster 1775 water pump

Powermaster mini starter

Mr. Gasket 180 degree thermostat

Lokar gas peddle, throttle and Transmission cables

Champion 3 core radiator

Flex-a lite variable speed dual electric fans

Old Air products A/C and heat !!

Optimum  battery

Painless 8 circuit boss wires- for all the new added accessories

105 AMP alternator

wiper motor fully restored

later model Olds Power steering pump and all the pulleys

Power Brakes with small 9 inch Corvette brake booster


Modified 200-4R transmission (GN B401 case) built by Jack Laswell-Dallas ( Nationally known Buick GN guru) will support up too 500HP

B@M Bandit Shifter

Complete 3 inch mandrell exhaust with Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers



Frame is powder coated

Complete Hotchkis front and rear suspension, Hotchkiss front and rear sway bars, springs and all the hardware

B-spindle upgrade with GM quality IROCZ rotors, Caprice police car calipers, Buick GN tie rod ends

QA1 adjustable shocks-rear

Hotchkis tuned Bilstein shocks front

Moser 9 inch rear end and axles with Ford 3rd member

Hotchkis HP rear drum brakes with a Wilwood adjustable brake pressure control valve right underneath the drivers side door along the frame.

GM 15x7 steelies (wheels)

front end alignment




As mentioned in my introduction the interior needs to be finished out:

Have new Legendary front and rear door panels and all the hardware and fasteners

New headliner and rear view mirror already installed

Old Air products A/C and heat

Kenwood Head unit with Classic old Sound Stream 300 amp with dual rear speaker " Boom Box" . Needs to be tuned.

Pro Car Scat bucket seats

dash was completely restored installed a "charging port" where the cigarette lighter was.

Ring Brothers black anodized door handles and window cranks-still have the cool originals

New sun visors and hardware, new dome light kit

need to buy a carpet and have the rear seat reupholstered

3 inch Simpson front race style lap belts



As with the rest of this build no expenses were spared  body and paint work done was $$$$$

no bono, small rust was replaced with metal in the rear quarters, sourced 2 doors, left front fender and section between the tail lights instead of repairing.

New trunk and floor pans.

underside floor was treated with an undercoat

new gas tank , sending unit

new trunk wiring harness

new soft seals, grommets etc.

new OEM back up lights ( did not wire up )

front and rear bumpers re-chromed as with the tail light housings and hood spear

radiator core support , inner fender wheels were powder coated

paint is 1964 CC code target red with high $$$ clear coat

California Car cover

vent windows and side windows all been re-stored with new rubber. 

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Vehicle Specifications

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    American Classics
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    200 miles
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain
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  • Custom Color

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