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Hello, Here is what I have for sale. 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible; new engine, 700r4 conversion, new tires and wheels, new brakes, new exhaust, new gas tank, NO RUST! New radiator. Almost everything on this car is new. 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire coupe, 394 v8, 86,000 original miles, on a convertible frame, small rust in he trunk and driver floor. Brand new brakes. 1963 Oldsmobile floor board and trunk w/ quarters 100% rust free! Dynamic 88 convertible body. Two 1963 Coupe or sedan frames with wheels and tires. I have TONS of parts! Two many to fit in my shop actually! Call me if I have anything you my need or want or if you would like to make an offer on any of the cars! 541-678-0606 email@example.com I am selling everything to hopefully create a 68-72 Chevelle, red with black stripes, 454 w/ 5-6 spd manual, racing seats, something that is just bad-ass, because driving grandmas car can't turn that well.
I looked at a 1947 Olds 98 Coupe this weekend. Most the chrome is intact with the exception of the grill, hood trim and the rear wheel well covers, if it had them. All the glass is gone, the seats, except what looks to be a rear seat fold down center console are gone. Sheet metal is in really good shape. The guy told me that they only made around 600 or so? I am not normally an olds fan, but after having my heart broke finding out that the 62' f100 unibody shortbox with the wrap around back glass was crushed 3 months ago that I had been planning to build, I went on the prowl. The inline 8 is still under the hood, who knows if it's siezed, it has the Hydra-Matic transmission. He quoted me $7500 for the car, but had "a little" room. My question is, Are these cars that rare & how much of an issue is finding the parts? The dash is just steel, I have seen pics of the wooden dashes & it has a hole in the dash for a clock. Soooo many questions!!! I just really love the lines of the car & wanted to know if it's as rare/unique as the guy said or if I should keep my eyes peeled for a better buy.