The 1965 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible's original mission was to be a distinct and luxurious V8 cruiser that established a top-dog luxury droptop. Today this well-maintained example upholds that tradition with its great colors, loaded interior, and period-correct big block power.
This manages to be both premium and imposing in its first impression. Oldsmobile did a terrific job as they merged elements like the wide, intimidating grille with elements like the profile that has a sporty kick-up integrated into the rear fender. And no one did a better job at integrating their wide chrome bumpers into the overall design like Olds could during this period. the reason why you see it all so nicely today is that this example has been properly restored and preserved so that the sheetmetal remains straight, the body gaps are uniform, and all the right pieces are still in place – right down to the wire wheel covers with proper Olds center caps. And we understand why a car like this would be so well respected. They only made 2,236 Starfire convertibles in 1965, and how many do you think survived to look this good over half a century later? The white paint continues this premium and ... Please ask for the full description.