Starfire was the top of the line Olds with a blend of luxury and
performance. This one is believed to have 40,400 original miles.
Wow does this car cruise nice. It's one of those that goes over the
railroad tracks smoothly, no shakes or shimmys, steers easy etc.
It's loaded up with comfort features like cold a/c and power
accesories. The sportyness comes from the big 394 engine with 345
horsepower, 4 speed hydramatic trans, bucket seats and a console
with a tachometer built right in. It's a very honest, clean,
straight car. It's been repainted one time. Original beautiful dark
red metallic color has a smooth glossy finish. Nice dry, clean
original chrome and trim. It still has two of its original T-3
headlights. It has been very tastefully hand pinstriped 1960s
style. Brand new set of radial redline tires and rally wheels.
Original hubcaps are also included. Very clean interior. Has
original carpet with the sewn in rubber mats. Clean trunk is fully
lined with carpet floor and paneled sides. Has jack and new spare.
Clean original motor compartment.
Transmission just rebuilt. The previous owner sold it to buy an Impala. He questioned himself because he knew an Impala wouldn't be half the car This is. If you drive it, you will buy it!
Pick of the Day was driven by grandmother until she turned 90
I drove a 1961 Starfire for 30 years. I paid $75.00 for it. When it got too hard to find parts, I parked it. Finally, the kids talked me into selling it. I knew I would cry.
Original 1920 pocket watch restored as a wristwatch, and its sale will benefit National Watch and Clock Museum
Buyers at Silverstone Auctions’ upcoming sale will be on Cloud 9
In addition to on-track events, HSR expects to stage a road-going rally-style event
Children’s vehicles from John Robert Jenkins estate will open each day of the sale
Stay tuned for more as we near the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500’s official debut
Pick of the Day is a 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190E Cosworth 2.5-16 Evo II