1961 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible. This gorgeous and highly detailed 60s icon has been fully restored to like showroom new standards under the direction of a very particular Oldsmobile collector who owned this car for the last 20 years. Well optioned with original 394 CI 330 H.P,v-8 cold factory A/C P.S P.B P windows and vents wonder bar radio with dual power antennas, new white top, full leather interior, color keyed wheel covers, trunk opener and working clock. Showing just 57,380 miles and restored to factory specs with body never off chassis, but all new springs and suspension parts. Always a dry western car with zero rust or collision damage. Stripped to bare metal and resprayed in two stage factory F code Azure Mist poly and polished to glass smooth perfection. If you impressed with what you see the drive is equally superb with power and torque from 10,25 to 1 compression ratio 330 HP. V-8 combined with all the luxury comforts. This high end Oldsmobile offered was the highest priced model with MSRP of $4,650 with only 7,800 built. It reflects the pinnacle of glamour and style of the early 60s. Out of the the same collection of the 1961 Dynamic 88 bubble top coupe in our showroom and could be offered as a pair asking $79,000 and worth every penny. Judged 1st place in many Oldsmobile only events by Oldsmobile experts. LATE SUMMER PRICE REDUCTION
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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