4610 Pet Lane
This 1950 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight is pure vintage fun with just the right amount of extra flair added on top. So it makes for the rounded chrome classic you'll love with just the right hint of V8 burble that will have you cruising all day long.
Oldsmobile was great at making a carefully crafted style in 1950. You see it in the details, like how the grille gently melts into the bumper, and the sweeping side trim begins as an extension of the headlight bezel. In the rear, the fastback style is made even sleeker by fender skirts. And the right little features are in place, like the Oldsmobile globe emblem, rocket-like hood ornament, and classic 88 badge on the trunk. There are the right hints of classic car appeal with the two-piece windshield and whitewall tires. But the bright dual exhaust tips also signal that this is a true fun cruiser. And the full package is wrapped in a bold red. This was an upgrade later in life, and so the sunlight loves to show off the curves of this Olds.
More of that bright red awaits you inside, and now it's joined by a tasteful tan. While the two colors are nicely intertwined on the dash, door panels, and headliner, we particularly like the tuck and roll style inserts on the seats that make for a very cool classic. You even get cool details, like the grab handles finished in tan. So it makes for a comprehensive-looking classic. You'll slip behind the red steering wheel with the Olds globe artfully at the center. And the full dash looks terrific with everything from the classic gauges to the AM radio that's there for display.
We love that this has the 303 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It was the one that launched the Rocket era at Oldsmobile and was the first mass-produced OHV V8. This is a terrific classic presentation where we know you'll love pointing to that "Rocket" proclamation on the bright valve covers. And even the correct green block is distinctive. It's the kind of look that classic car lovers will take extra time to check out. But the other reason to have the V8 is to have a cruiser. And features like the automatic transmission and modern tread behind the classic whitewalls make it a much easier classic.
When you have a true classic that's both bright and distinctive, then you know you have the kind of car that's easy to love. Call today!!!
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