1978 Olds Omega 2dr Sedan Beige

The oil crisis of 1974 was still fresh in people's minds as they looked for economical transport...so Chevy, Pontiac, Olds and Buick offered versions of this right-sized car. This one happens to be for sale..it looks like the low mileage claimed! 305 c.i. engine and automatic, and the interior looks absolutely new. Appears the car was originally sold in Philadelphia and has the inspection stickers of that area. A neighbor of mine years ago had the Chevy version that was a hatchback.

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