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1963 Oldsmobile "super 88" Celebrity Sedan - Loaded With Options! - 330 Hp V-8 on 2040-cars

US $8,500.00
Year:1963 Mileage:12152
Location:

Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

 
1963 Oldsmobile "Super 88" Celebrity Sedan  /  White  /  Loaded!!

330HP "Sky Rocket" High Compression V-8 - 394 engine - 4 bbl.

Has the Optional "Hydra-Matic" Automatic Transmission.

*Options: Air Conditioning, Power brakes, Power steering and "Loaded" with Options like Factory Tinted glass! ... A very Cool Option is called "Safety Sentinel" next to Speedometer on Dash. You set it at what speed you don't want to drive past and it will sound a alert noise along with a light on dash to tell you your speeding!! You would think that this option would have been on 'every' car since 1963.  :)

All "Original" and "Rust-Free" 4 door Sedan. *(The front fender's are showing what I've been told is paint flake. More of a 'cracking' of paint. But 'not' rust! Car is 90% Rust Free. Only a few spots of surface rust. That's it!!)
 
*(Car has spent it's whole life in Missouri / St Louis and stored 'every' winter for 50 years!!)

Interior is in "Original" Mint Condition!

White with "Green" & "Light Green" Deluxe interior.

*Recent: (2013) Exhaust, brakes, shocks, tires, belts & tune-up. (Plug's, Rotor & Cap, Coil and Points/Condensor). Rebuilt Carburetor also!
Being so old, I had the Gas tank cleaned inside, installed New: Brake lines and Gas lines. This car still has the 'original' factory undercoating.

*Also, just had to replace the "heater core". Was a $450.00 Repair. But, cranking "Hot Heat" now.

Has "Original" paperwork included ... Sales Invoice when bought New in 1963 ... Tags ... Manual, etc.

Was Missouri "Safety Inspected" this past summer (2013) and run's like a New Car. *(Drove the car over the past summer/fall 2 times on trips to Wisconsin from St Louis for car show's and ran perfectly! Over #3,000 + miles put on this past summer.)
 
Note: The "Original Jack" / lug wrench in trunk 'look like' they were never used! ... Also, it look's like the 'original' spare tire in trunk too!! ... Trunk has 'zero' rust and all the 'weather-stripping' on car is in Excellent shape. Window's are 'scratch-free' and all the windows roll up and down like new!! ... Almost 'every' piece of Chrome on car is in perfect! Again, this car might have spent it's life in the "Hot" state of Missouri, but it was a "Garage Queen". No Rust!! You have to see for yourself the care this car was given over the years. Pictures don't do justice in my opinion.  :)
 

 *HISTORY of the Oldsmobile "Super 88" story"

If you think a fuel injected Chevy Bel-Air was the top of the General Motors luxury/performance food chain, allow me to introduce you to this 1963 Oldsmobile "Super 88" with the SkyRocket 394 cubic inch engine! For 1963, the Olds 88 was officially named Super 88. The 88 enjoyed a great success, inspiring a popular 1950s slogan, "Make a Date with a Rocket 88", and also a song, "Rocket 88," often considered the first rock and roll record. Starting with the trunk-lid emblem of the 1950 model, Oldsmobile would adopt the rocket as its logo, and the 88 name would remain in the Olds lineup until the late 1990s. The 4-barrel carburetor atop the 394 cubic inch 440 lb.-ft of torque V8; 330 HP made this a true luxury performance car before we even knew such a thing existed.

The "Hydra-Matic" Drive automatic transmission shifts nice and smooth as it was designed to do. The shift indicator often makes people mistake it for a 3-speed automatic, as it indicates P N D-S (for Super, not second), and L, but the L position gives both 1st and 2nd gears, depending on road speed, then R last for Reverse.

The market hasn’t caught on yet, however, that these are faster and more luxurious than their Chevy cousins, and arguably just as attractive, making this car a tremendous bargain. Style, performance and luxury, this super 88 represents first-class in 60s cruising today at a price that probably doesn’t even cover the paint and chrome. The Superb performance and dashing beauty go hand in hand in Oldsmobile’s stylish super 88 model.
These car's are 'Rare' to find in this condition and almost 90% rust free. Auction prices are going up on these 'classic' Olds's Super 88's with Mega HP!!

Back in the day, this car carried a fairly stiff bottom line of $3,578.00 after being loaded with air and options. Today you can find these cars ranging in price from $9K to the $25K all depending on condition, etc.


Nada *(Price Guide) for this 1963 Oldsmobile “Super 88” with Options of: Hydro-Automatic + Factory (Air Conditioning): *Min ($13,340.00. ‘Average’ Retail … $21,850. ‘High’ Retail)

http://www.nadaguides.com/Classic-Cars/1963/Oldsmobile/Super-88/4-Door-Sedan/Values


* Options that are listed on 'original' Sales Invoice when bought new in 1963. *(Will be included with sale of car.) + Tags and Original Manual's.

1.) "Hydra-Matic" Drive Automatic Transmission

2.) Power Steering

3.) Power Brakes

4.) Power Windshield Washer

5.) Back Up Lamps

6.) Deluxe AM Radio

7.) Safety Sentinel *(Speed Control)

8.) White Wall Tires

9.) Wheel Disc

10.) Soft-Ray Tinted Glass

11.) Air Conditioning

12.) Outside Mirror *(Drivers side)

*Under Coating Added at Dealership in 1963 also on Sales Invoice.

**SALES INVOICE "Total" price with Tax in 1963 was $3,620.00 !! :)


 "Buy Now" Price *** $8,500.00

Own a "Classic" Oldsmobile & "Enjoy" how well car's were made in the 60's!!

 

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