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  1. Not sure if this guy can help, but give him a call. Did a great job on my 67 f/85. Located by Eau Claire WI. Rich Wright Wright Way Upholstery 1-715-287-3341
  2. There asking $14500 but, there open to a reasonable offer.
  3. Heres a couple more pics! Anyone with a real interest in this car, I will PM you my phone no. Tom
  4. I have a 57 Olds 88 for sale. $14500. Nice car. Pics and brief description in the general for sale section. Tom
  5. The brother of a friend of mine recently died and the family want's to sell his 57 88. VERY nice original (They say its original and it's hard to argue it's not) 40556 mile car. The only thing I see real wrong with the car is that someone put a aftermarket antennae on, but there is no radio in the car? Go figure. Anyway here are a few pics I took of the car. There are scraches here and there, but should buff out nice. Chrome is very nice. A couple of dents in the rear bumper. Interior is in great shape. They couldn't find the trunk key so I took the glove box lock out and there going to have a
  6. Heres a picture I took of my shop when I could still get in there!
  7. Back when I was 17, the girl I was madly in love with for that week and I were going to the local drive in. On the way we got behind a car that was going slow. Well, to slow for my taste. It was a very winding road with few areas to pass. The guy in front of me must have thought I was following to close (which I probably was) because he kept pumping his brake lights. When I got the chance to pass, I kicked the 63 Olds Super 88 (my mothers car) into passing gear and as we went by, the lovely angel sitting next to me droped her pants and mooned them! The look on the faces of the Mom, Dad and the
  8. I don't want anything for it. It's just laying in my pile of books. You can PM me your mailing address or email it to me and I'll send it your way. Mines a 67 manual but I would think not much changed from 66 to 67. Tom lomond@triwest.net
  9. The Riviera is a full size car that takes the 5 on 5 (5 holes 5 in on center hole space) rims. The Skylark is a "A" body withe a 4 3/4 in on center holes. Tom
  10. Susan wrote: Hey if you are only going to get 8 miles per gallon get one of these. At least you can sleep in it and you have a bathroom. Oh! but I love the sound of the 430 HP 455 cranked out! The back seat works great for sleeping and being part of the male species, the whole outdoors is our bathroom! Tom
  11. This weekend's suppose to be the best weather so far this year here in Eau Claire Wisconsin, and I'm stuck working nights! I drive the 67 f/85 to work once and awhile when I'm on the day shift, but I won't leave the car in the parking lot at night. My Insurance says "no daily driver" too. No! it's not some pricless show peice, but my regular insurance won't cover my 67 for $16,000 either. To my regular insurance co. it's just an old car. But just in case the 67 is covered for just liability. That's just $130 more a year. The 72 H/O is only driven to shows and cruises. But at 8 miles per gallo
  12. Dave I have a 67 Olds chassis service manual thats in pieces. I use it in my shop for a reference when I work on the Cutlasses. The back half of the manual is for the Toronado and I don't need that part. I will send you that part of the manual if that helps. It has a schematic of the headlight vacumn and wiring your looking for. If you want it, send me your mailing address and I'll ship it out to you. Tom
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