1996 Oldsmobile 98 110k miles!
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Touring Sedan Oldsmobile NINTEY EIGHT 98 Sports Edition 1 Owner 1991
Oldsmobile Ninety Eight These were the Flagship Cars of olds and its really hard to believe how loaded a car like this actually is the car is in Great shape and has Very Low miles It Clean Inside Outside and Underneath is a Blast to Drive and very Comfy. This One Owner Car is for Sale and You can Call me anytime Classic Cars are a LOVE of mine If you are not Subscribed make sure you do that. My website is http://www.1ownercarguy.com and You can call me anytime about these cars Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406 544 6919 Thanks for watching and check out My other Videos there are over 600 of them i have done on My Channel Cheers The final redesigned generation of the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight coincided with its 50th anniversary in 1991. The added length, rear fender skirts, wide tail, low nose, and split-grille with wraparound headlights gave this generation Ninety-Eight a far more distinctive appearance than its predecessor. Designers of the Ninety-Eight wanted to create a distinctive luxury car look that buyers would not confuse with a similar Buick or Pontiac sedan. The final generation of the Ninety-Eight would also prove to be the shortest, seeing its last year in 1996. Although wheelbase was unchanged from the previous generation, overall length increased by over 9 inches (229 mm). Most of this extra space was added to the rear of the car, resulting in a larger trunk. Although throughout the model years names of the trim levels changed, the final generation Ninety-Eight was available in two main models: the traditional luxury-oriented Regency models and the performance-oriented Touring models. Regency models included 6-passenger seating in either velour or leather, column shifter, and the 170 horsepower (130 kW) 3.8 L Buick V6. Touring models featured the FE3 suspension package, a 205 hp (upped to 225 hp in 1994) supercharged version of the standard 3.8 L Buick V6, 18 gallon fuel tank, 16-inch wheels, and standard 5-passenger leather seating designed by Lear Seating. With the introduction of the Aurora a year earlier, the Ninety-Eight was discontinued for 1996, ending production on May 31. To fill the void, two Eighty-Eight relatives -- the Regency and the LSS -- were introduced. The sporty LSS featured the steel front fenders, while the more stately and traditional Regency 88's had the carryover GTX-composite (plastic) fenders from the 1996 Ninety Eight. The LSS model proved more popular to buyers than the Regency during the 1997-98 model years.