1965 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 2-Door Hardtop

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Serial: 384375M305557     Engine: 425 Cu. In. Rocket V-8      Transmission: Turbo Hydramatic Automatic

      The Oldsmobile 98 was the most luxurious and most expensive model offered by Oldsmobile since its introduction in 1949. Featuring the most powerful V8 engines and the most luxurious options, the 98 was one of the best cars ever offered by Oldsmobile. For 1965, the 98 was newly styled and featured the large 425 cubic inch Rocket V8 along with the turbo-hydramatic automatic transmission as standard equipment. Offered in a number of body styes, the 2 door hardtop and convertibles are the rarest of all with the fewest produced and the fewest surviving today. 

     Sporting its original provincial white paint and turquoise blue roof and color keyed matching original turquoise deluxe interior, this 37,000 original mile 1965 Oldsmobile 98 two door hardtop is nothing short of stunning. Just out of a long time southern ownership, everything on this car is original and in immaculate condition and looks as thorough it just rolled off the showroom floor at Oldsmobile in 1965. The original 425 cubic inch Rocket V8 runs wonderfully and the transmission shifts flawlessly. Every piece of chrome is perfect on this car, as is the wood dashboard, and the original upholstery is immaculate. On top of the wonderful preserved condition it is also a very well optioned car with power windows, power antenna, power brakes, power steering and AM radio. If you are looking for a low mileage preservation car of the 1960's this car has everything going for it.. Contact us today for more information.

Asking: $25,000