I had three Oldsmobiles: 1954 Olds Super 88 with a 324 Rocket engine with a four speed hydramatic transmision; A 1964 Olds 98 with a 394 Rocket engine and a three speed Hydramatic transmission and a 1970 Delta 88 with a 350 Rocket engine and a three speed Hydramatic transmision. I worked for GM Hydramatic (now called Powertrain) for thirty one years and retired from GM in 2006. We had a museum in Hydramatic plant and saw all the Hydramatic transmissions that GM used in their vehicles. We also made transmisions for fifteen foreign makes including Rolls Royce, Ford, Jeep, Checker, Nash, Hudson, Volvo (at one time), Lamburguini, Studebaker, Jaguar and a short list of others. There is now a museum in Ypsilanti Michigan that features some of these vehicles and features the various Hydramatic transmissions that were used in these vehicles.
It can actually go for more than that
That has style, what a car. Love it!
The sheer size of my beloved 55 Olds rocket 88, saved my life from a combined 100 mph head on impact, back in1975
What a magnificent car
My grandfather always bought Super 88s. This one's a beauty.
Now cars all look alike and made out of plastic.
God please let me win the lotto so I can buy this car thanks
How much does he want for it?
Needs a little motor work but last ride
Let’s see the top operate down and up.
That's my style new paint job bling it up yo
But need rear fender skirt!
Timing seems a bit off
That's when they built cars. Not a bunch of plastic. Today's cars, one touch of the "bumper" and you end up painting the entire car to match. Very nice Olds. A real car.
Michele Mebane Cohen show lee
Cool convertible. Packed a punch with the Rocket 88