1963 Oldsmobile Cutlass F85 Convertible. Sweet factory 4 speed..
the car has been sitting in dry storage for a long while. odometer
read 91000 . motor was rebuild and has considerable less miles on
it. runs great. no smoke. shifts smooth. the motor is peppy. im
sure it will need a minor tune up . the body has some bubbles in
paint . small hole in few fender wells. floor and underside are in
nice shape. doors open and close well. the weather stripping
appears to be original and are dry and cracked etc. the car was
repaint on outside only many many years ago and does show it age.
including sun damage crazing chips and surface rust. few touched up
spots that do not match. the car appears to be original except for
the quadrajet and air breather. interior is in pretty nice original
condition. steering wheel has cracks... the top is very nice. the
motor for the convertible top needs to be replaced.. the old motor
has been removed and we have the new one.. it will be included with
the car.. it will need to be installed. lastly the chair will need
new hood spring as the hood sags when opened.. could use new shocks
and a alignment. restore it or drive it as is.. great little car.
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