Same owner since 1997, 20 years! Includes stack of receipts for
maintenance and improvements.
Very stylish car. The colors are fantastic, body lines and curvatures front and back are unique. The exterior has been completely repainted a smooth black finish. I'm looking down the sides of the car, it's straight. Bumpers have been rechromed, stainless is nice. The brushed aluminium side trim is typically beat up, this is a good 7 out of 10. Has T-3 headlights. The interior has been completely reupholstered in a leather like material. Recarpeted and heal pads were reinstalled. Dash area is very nice, console does he have a few nicks and scratches. Black convertible top looks new. Weather strips around the top and doors have been replaced. Clean trunk is completely carpeted, has jack and spare. Motor compartment is cleaned and painted. The underside metal is dry as a chalk board! What makes a Starfire special- It's a performance luxury car and Oldsmobile's most expensive model in 1961. It had a smaller wheelbase then the 98 and under the hood was the "Ultra High Compression" 394 motor. The interior had sporty bucket seats with floor shift console and a tachometer. It also featured higher end trim level and power accessories. Gentleman's muscle car!
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.
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