THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN DARTMOUTH NOVA SCOTIA
This is a one owner 1984 Oldsmobile Hurst T-top bought new at Bob MacDonald's in Halifax Nova Scotia. She has 90,000 original Kilometers (56,000 miles) and, like many of the cars from this era, it had one repaint under warranty several years ago. Overall, this car is an original and is in very good condition.
This 1984 Olds Hurst is powered by her original 307cid v-8 4bbl coupled to her original automatic transmission with lighting rod shifters. She has her original interior which is in perfect condition. She has all the standard options like AC, Power Steering and Brakes, Windows and Locks. Underneath is in very good condition as she has her original factory undercoating and the engine compartment is in it's original condition - it has never been cleaned; this is as close to an original survivor as it gets. Its has it's original floor mats, trunk mat and top covers.
She will do very well at local car shows and will be a great addition to the local cruise nights in your area. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. We are experienced in bringing cars into the USA from Canada - there is no duty or tax to be levied and we will happily assist you in putting this car in your driveway - quickly!
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THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN DARTMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA **
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