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1950 Oldsmobile 98 Sedan

$ 36500

Carrosserie Sedan
Meterstand 36000 miles
Brandstof Petrol
Motorinhoud 303 ci
Transmissie Automatic
Kleur Black
Kleur interieur Grey
Bekleding Cloth
Stuur Lhd
1950 Oldsmobile 98 Sedan

GORGEOUS, EXCEPTIONALLY ORIGINAL SURVIVOR
FLAWLESS BLACK PAINT OVER GREY BROADCLOTH INTERIOR
INCREDIBLY LOW 36K MILES FROM NEW
OPTIONED W/ RADIO, SUN VISOR, DAY/NIGHT MIRROR
FAMED 135 HP 303 CI OLDSMOBILE ROCKET V-8
HYDRA-MATIC 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
COMPLETELY ORIGINAL AND WELL-PRESERVED INTERIOR
FRESHLY SERVICED AND DETAILED
FANSTASITC EXAMPLE OF OLDSMOBILES TOP POSTWAR MODELS

Before and immediately following WW II, Oldsmobile may have had a reputation for building sturdy and very well engineered, if not exciting cars, but all that changed with the release of the new Futuramic models for 1948. Featuring modern, Harley Earl-directed styling and clear design cues inspired by Lockheeds sleek P-38 Lightning fighter plane of wartime fame, the low-slung new Oldsmobiles rode on a new X-member frame and four-wheel coil-spring suspension providing impressive ride and handling quality for the era. For 1949 through 1951, Oldsmobile dominated NASCAR competition with its all-new Rocket OHV V-8 engine and its V-8 road models delivered impressive power and speed as arguably the first muscle cars produced. GMs renowned 4-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission was improved and made standard equipment on the top-of-the-line 98 models by 1949. Oldsmobile sales grew rapidly as a direct result of these welcome developments and record sales resulted by 1950.

This amazingly well preserved and original 1950 Oldsmobile 98 Sedan is a fabulous example of these important postwar American automobiles. Simply gorgeous throughout, it features virtually flawless black paint and a completely original interior trimmed in grey broadcloth. Just 36K miles are accumulated from new. Factory features and options include an AM radio, sun visor, day/night mirror, plus GMs famed 4-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission and of course, the 303 cubic-inch Oldsmobile Rocket V-8 engine. Simply stunning and beautifully preserved inside and out, this 1950 Oldsmobile 98 Sedan is immensely collectible on every possible level as one of the best-engineered and most important American cars of the postwar era. Find out more by contacting us today to make viewing arrangements.
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