Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is excited to offer for sale a
1999 Oldsmobile Aurora 4 liter 32 valve V-8. The Aurora was a car
designed exclusively for Oldsmobile meaning there was no sharing to
the other General motors subsidiaries which was so common at that
time. This example is finished in White Diamond paint with a Tan
Leather interior. The 4 liter aluminum 32 valve motor was used in
Indy Cars and caught the attention of Carrol Shelby who purchased
many of these engines to modify and install in his Series 1
Roadsters. The engine in this car was procured from the Carrol
Shelby Co., and used to replace the original motor. The
Transmission is a four speed automatic with 2 driving modes normal
and sport. Aurora is a personal luxury car designed to be direct
competition to the European luxury sedans of that time. The car has
all the creature comforts you would expect. Numerous upgrades have
been performed on this car recently to get the car ready for many
more years of service. Such as new A/C compressor, the front struts
are new ,as well as the rear shocks. Uprades to the electrical
system have also been done. Our friendly and helpful sales team is
here to answer any questions you may have on this beauty. Please
let us assist with making this car your by calling us at 623 900
4884 or contact us via Email at [email protected]
1999 Oldsmobile Aurora
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