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bartermark

For Sale = 64 Olds Dynamic 88 Convertible

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First time forum post, long time Olds & Vette lover.

Its time to either sell or restore my 64 Olds. Lots of fun to drive over the last 7 years but either needs new paint and tlc or new owner.

1964 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible

Runs/Drives

Original car barn kept for most of its storage life.

Professionally rebuilt slim jim transmission

60k miles on 2bbl Rocket 394 v8

Dynaflow exhaust

lots of extra parts

all chrome is here and in ok shape

top works

Taking offers, trades, ideas, suggestions.

ill add some pics later today.

Located in Western NY 14701

call, msg, or email for more info

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You mention pics, but also put some kind of price on it. You probably have a number in mind, go ahead and let it be known, so that people can see if they're interested.

An 88 in 64 was a fairly large car, wasn't it?

Good luck with sale....

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heres some pics i just took.

the truck lid was replaced which is why there is a super 88 emblem and extra line of oldsmobile

i have a mint replacement dash with original radio and lots of extra chrome.

all the lights work and besides the dead battery it fired right up. no leaks and no smoke.

there is some surface rust since the paint is almost gone but all the usual rust spots are solid.

all the windows work, wipers work, no factory ac so cant check that.

just went for a quick cruise and drove great.

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$8,000 and its yours. i would drive it anywhere it needs to go as long as you pay for the plane ticket back or traded for a car i can drive back.

Im probably gonna start the restoration if nobody wants it within a couple weeks.

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Options on the car:

Power steering

Power brakes

Power top

original am radio

no ac

no seatbelts

rear speaker - not sure if that was an option but its there

never have known how to find the hp of the motor

i believe the original color was a red. will add a pic so someone can tell me the color from the code.

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for the life of me i cant find the trim tag. can someone help on this? ive looked at the driver side firewall and everywhere else in the engine compartment where else could it be?

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The trim tag on my 64' Starfire is at the rear starboard hood cowl recess. Open the hood and look in the recessed area behind the cowl seal on the passenger side. It's about a 2" by 4" plate, but is probably painted the same color as the sheet metal around it, so not easy to spot. It is probably attached by at least 2 rivots, with raised letters. Good luck.

Kelly Martin

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Thanks. thats exactly where it was. i knew i had seen it before. thought i was losing my mind.

style 64-3467

body la 4318

trim 990

paint V

acc 4d

paint code V = Holiday Red 71336

found trim 990 = black vinyl

can anyone help with the rest?

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you forgot to mention in your options list the fact that it has a TILT steering-RARE and makes the car more desirable and valuable

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i thought that was standard. thanks for the heads up.

as soon as this heat wave ends im getting it restored instead of selling it.

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Did you restore the 64 Dynamic 88? My first car was a 64 convertible and now I'm retired and thinking of restoring one

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