2 Door Hardtop

1958 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight

Technical specifications of Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 1958

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Fisherville, Kentucky, United States
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Ninety-Eight
Type: hardtop
Year: 1958
Mileage: 49,500
VIN: 539M12845
Color: White
Engine size: 371 cu. in.
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Power Windows, Power Seats
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: white / silver / grey
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

This rare Olds 98 2 Door Hardtop is a real, "survivor," with only 49,500 miles. It looks to have it's original spiral shocks! It is a very straight and solid car. It looks to have had one repaint which is very average condition / quality. The very bottom of the front fenders have had some minor repair. The bottom of the spare tire well has a 3"x5" fiberglass patch. All the floor pans, inner and outer rockers, and trunk are solid, no patches. It doesn't appear to have heavy cratored rust underneath, just surface stuff, and nice for it's age. The stainless trim is excellent - two easy fix dents in pics. One on the forward top of the RH rocker molding, and one on the LH fender middle trim. The die cast on the car is excellent as is, or easy re-chrome, with the exception of the LH tail light housing, but the car comes with an excellent replacement. The hub caps I bought for it were advertised as, and look NOS. The car runs, drives, shifts and brakes very smooth. At idle, one lifter may have a very faint click, hard to tell exactly. I can't or won't call the car a driver simply because I don't know the age of the fuel / water pumps, and the tires and shocks are old. The horns, radio and clock don't work - typical. The seat and windows worked when I bought the car. The seat gave up from non use and I haven't tried the windows prior to this sale. I bought this car many years ago and it has only had an annual "Maintenance drive" around the neighborhood since I've had it. It has never dripped on the floor. This is a package deal. When I first bought the car, I also bought a lot of new parts and Olds goodies I thought the car should have - most in pic. J2, Bat Wing and the associated brackets and lines, emblem and letters, A/C outlets, dash control head and compressor bracket to add air, NOS "Bumpy" valve covers, Re-chromed bumper pieces, extra glass skirts, stainless lines, and all new date coded side glass -( passenger window was cracked) - Windshield and Back glass are excellent. The reason for the sale is "Too many projects, not enough life times." Average NADA retail is 39,960. This car is every bit of that, especially considering the parts cost. If you think I really need your, "HELP," selling the car, I guess this was the first time you were wrong today. Don't ask to separate parts. The car is being sold AS IS, and WHERE IS. Inspections are welcome. Shipping costs and pick up are the buyers expense, I will help with the logistics as best I can. Questions will be answered. The car is just outside Louisville Ky. 14 miles. The high bid above the starting price will get the car. It has a clear Pennsylvania Title. $2,000 deposit within 48 hours of auction close, non refundable. Full payment within 10 days.

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