Gateway Classic Cars is excited to present this fine example of a
1966 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible at our Milwaukee Location. The
Oldsmobile 98 was manufactured by General Motors from 1952-1996.
This 1966 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible is a great example of an era
gone by. A car longer than a city block with a ride quality second
to none. This cars beauty is enhanced by a glossy, mostly original
black paint job. The rich red interior gives this 98 a classic
look. Under the hood of this beauty is a Rocket 425 V-8 attached to
a Turbo Hydramatic 400 automatic transmission. The engine was
recently pulled and serviced, timing chain, oil pump and valve
guides were installed. The engine and air cleaner has been
repainted to match the original color. The suspension has shocks
and springs. The transmission has been serviced. The car has a set
of Coker 14" American Classic Whitehall Tires . The car has a newer
white convertible top and red parade boot. This highly optioned car
features air conditioning that blows cold ,power convertible top,
power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt/telescoping
steering wheel, power seats, power trunk button and cornering
lamps. The full size 98 was produced from 1940-1996 and shared the
same C-body platform as it's GM cousins Buick and Cadillac. Being
at the top of the line at Oldsmobile, the 98 series had some fine
technological advancements as well as some of the highest-grade
interior and exterior trims on the market. Who could ask for a
better night on the town while cruising with the top down in this
gorgeous, classic, smooth, luxurious 1966 Oldsmobile 98
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