614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Here's your new fully custom midnight stalker. This 1947 Oldsmobile 2 Door Sedan is a custom build that took the classic Olds lines and gave them a sinisterly smooth appearance. And while you're checking out all the custom details (shaved trim, custom flames, etc.) don't forget to spot the dual-quad V8 under the hood, too.
How does a classic instantly look so mean and modern? You start by expertly shaving the trim. That means the door handles, fender trim, badges, and more were removed without a trace. That creates an ideal setting to lay down the glossy black that highlights terrific design elements like the curvy fenders and the sleek rear end. Plus, this modern black with uncluttered body gives you the perfect canvas to apply the custom purple flames that consume the whole front of the car. But since this is a true classic American, they left room for the right brightwork in places like the distinct grille, ribbed wraparound bumpers, and 15-inch polished wheels. Plus, you'll even love the details, like the frenched headlights, high-mounted side mirrors, and flush-mounted blue-dot taillights.
This is the kind of classic you're going to want to drive everywhere, and you also know family and friends will want to come along, too. That's why the interior was customized to be comfy. Two rows of bench seats are finished in a nice cloth, and the two-tone gray is even repeated on the door panels for a nice uniform look. There's plenty of room to spread out, and there's even provisions for an AM/FM/CD stereo to keep everyone entertained. You get a Lecarra sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, and beyond that are newer Classic Instruments gauges set into the bright vintage dash. You'll especially love how these readouts have iconic Mooneye markings, including on the large tach.
The engine bay has a terrific look as the dark and smooth walls make this motor look like its radiating power. All those polished components on this 350 cubic-inch V8 look terrific, including the ribbed valve covers, matching air topper, fan shroud, alternator, and much more. But what you'll really love is that this V8 has the unmistakable look of power that comes from two Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors sitting on top. Not only does this motor inhale deeply, but also the shorty headers add more power while letting this exhale freely through the rumbling dual exhaust. The enhanced V8 feeds a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission on its way to an upgraded 10-bolt rear end. Plus, with a Nova independent front suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes, this classic Olds is now an easy cruiser.
This is a distinct classic that's out to impress. So if you love being memorable everywhere you go, don't let this Olds slip away, call today!
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