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For Sale: 1960 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday Hardtop - "One owner since new" - Hollidaysburg, PA - Not Mine

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For sale on Facebook: 1960 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday 4-door Hardtop in Hollidaysburg, PA  -  $26,500  -  Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information.


Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1077373862895837/1960-Oldsmobile-98-Holiday-Hardtop


Seller's Description:

1960 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday 4-door Hardtop

  • 1 owner
  • Driven 81,233 miles
  • Automatic transmission
  • Exterior color: Gold
  • Clean title
  • This vehicle has no significant damage or problems

One owner since new all original paint, chrome, upholstery. Running car power accessories working order.













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31 minutes ago, Ed Luddy said:

Nice car, too pricey.

Agree.  Nice car but the markets have limits. Sellers still trying to cash in.  We have seen many 4 door sedans on here start at a price point we all agree is too high then drop as much as $10,000.  That’s disappointing they can’t price some small gain into price but move it to an appreciative new buyer.  

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Maybe there are only three of the correct wheel covers...  If the seller had all four, I'm sure they would install them.

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We had two 1960 Oldsmobiles my family and I learned to drive on a Super 88 sedan. From what I remember cars with those Deluxe Fiesta wheelcovers that are in the trunk were few and far between, I don't remember seeing very many of them. They look great but are hard to find today. Practically all 60s I remember (even the 98s) came with the small dogdish hubcaps and trim rings. The correct dogdishes & rings (14") used to be really common items and a set could be found with a little effort. They surely would turn up at a large meet like Fall Hershey. In order to mount those snazzy Fiestas that are in the trunk those little black spring steel clips that were discussed on these Forums about a month ago are required. It's possible that the seller is unfamiliar with these clips & how to utilize them and that's why the wrong hubcaps are on the car. Vintage Oldsmobiles are my favorite cars but I never cared for the styling of the 59s & 60s. Even the 58s & 61s are much better looking IMO. 


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