1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass F85 convertible, 330 CID engine with 3 speed manual floor shift. Frame off older restoration. Beautiful paint and interior. The 330 CID, 290 HP engine was rebuilt and sounds strong. The car starts, runs and drives, goes straight down the road and handles great. It is fast with great acceleration. This is an older restoration that was done right. Car is solid and rust free including all sheet metal, floors, frame and trunk. Look at the photos of the underside: None nicer. This car has been well taken care of and maintained. All electrical, gages, lights, power top, heater, AM/FM tape radio works. Glass good all around. Convertible top is nice and rear window is clear. Don't miss this one. Not many nice original cars around and this one is a beauty.
OK, so maybe the word “starred” is overstating the case, but if you lived in the Indianapolis area back in 1988, you might remember watching the local Oldsmobile dealers’ television commercials about the new Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme being the pace car for the 500-mile race. You might have recognized the car in that commercial as […]
Pick of the Day was a ‘little old lady’ special ’61 Olds
Being offered for sale after 50 years of single-family ownership, this 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible comes with what the seller reports to be “unrivaled documentation.”
Pose your classic car next to a classic airplane and chances are your classified advertisement is going to draw a lot of attention.
RM Sotheby’s will stage an Online Only charitable auction featuring 60 lots donated by members of the FIA motorsports community with the funds raised going to the Red Cross and Red Crescent societies for coronavirus response programs. The FIA Foundation has seeded the sale with a donation of €1 million ($1.113 million). Early donations to […]
It’s hard to believe this was nearly 50 years ago. The joy of YouTube is definitely in that one never realizes how many broadcast gems exist out there of which we only recently become aware. Videos like these remind me why I love racing – and why my perpetual passion began with races like this. […]
The 1960s were a great time for American cars, in many ways the last great era for classic US-made automobiles, especially in the luxury car segment. A highlight of that segment was the personal luxury car, designed for driving to work as easily as crossing the country in supreme comfort. Among the very best of […]
Just seven years after heavier-than-air flight was initially achieved, Charles Stewart Rolls made the first non-stop flight by airplane across the English Channel from Britain to France and back again. That historic flight took place 110 years ago, on June 2, 1910, a date that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is commemorating as it marks 116 years […]
June 2, 1970, was a Tuesday. As usual, I arrived at the newspaper office around 5 a.m. to start working my way through the stack of paper filed overnight by the Associated Press sports wire teletypewriters. Ideally, I’d have that process finished, and also have a pretty good start on the design of that day’s […]
Modern steering wheels do more than control which direction a car goes. They’re festooned with buttons that drivers can use to make phone calls or change radio stations. But the first cars didn’t even have steering wheels. The 1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen – generally considered to be the first true automobile – instead used a tiller. […]