The ultimate in limousine comfort!
This Olds was sold in Denver. If this Denver yard can hold off on feeding it to The Crusher for a few more weeks, this car will die in Denverâ€” an even half-century after its first trip out of the showroom.
Before that happens, though, I hope some more pieces get pulled. This climate-control panel looks serviceable.
1963-64 Olds 98 taillight lenses must be hard to find today.
The 394-cubic-inch Sky Rocket V8 made 325 generously defined gross horsepower and was the biggest of the original Olds Rocket V8s.
Someone pulled the bench seat but then decided not to buy it.
Check out the handy storage pockets and grab handles on the rear of the bench seat.
I might have to go back and get this Luxury Sedan door pull, for a carrying handle on the next junkyard boombox I build.