1949 Oldsmobile 98 Futuramic
A unique fastback body design that Oldsmobile dubbed “Deluxe Club Sedan”, it’s the rarest produced body for the 98 series. Finished in exceptional Metal Gray Metallic enhanced with rechromed bumpers, grill and stainless buffed to show quality. Two-tone gray pinstripe broadcloth upholstery, matching door panels, wall to wall carpet, cloth headliner and center fold down rear seat armrest are in good condition. Equipped with Olds famous Rocket engine, a 303 cubic inch over head valve V8 producing 135hp, dual exhaust and Hydramatic drive transmission, some options include; full instrumentation, factory radio & clock, deluxe heater/defroster, and seat belts for added protection. Rear fender skirts and BF Goodrich 225/75-15 wide white wall radial tires with correct full wheel covers enhance the appearance of this stunning automobile. A solid dry original undercarriage dictates the care this automobile has endured over the years. Runs and drives A1!
Price $49000 USD.
Car doubles its pre-sale estimate, selling for $112,771
This is the 22nd in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
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