Friday, May 9, 2014

1970 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible

The Oldsmobile 98, first introduced in 1941, was Oldsmobile's full-size, top-of-the-line car for most of the sixties and seventies. 1970 marked the last year of the 8th generation, which had grown much bigger, foreshadowing the massive 9th generation cars. This convertible looks sharp in blue with a contrasting convertible top, and the white-letter tires give it a muscle-car vibe.

1 comment:

  1. If I could make a wish and time travel back to 1969 with enough money to buy this car or it's three competitors Buick Electra 225,
    Mercury Marquis convertible , Or a Chrysler product convertible (Newport competed against the Delta 88, & The 300 competed against the Buick Wildcat) I would like to be spared some grace since New Yorker was no longer offered in a convertible, now with the other two above Chrysler products, (300 & Newport),the Buick/Oldsmobile or the Mercury ,it would be a very hard decision.


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