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classic vintage chrome delta 88 w33 455 v8 auto transmission convertible black

Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Delta 88 W33
Type: Convertible
Year: 1970
Mileage: 1294
VIN: 354670E131937
Color: Black
Engine: 455 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Gold
Vehicle Title: --
Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States

1970 Oldsmobile Delta 88 W33 Additional Info:

This 1970 Oldsmobile Delta 88 convertible has a loaded A/C interior, ideal color combo, and that unmistakable look of a drop-top made to own the road. And not only does this has a big 455 cubic-inch V8 under the hood, but also we have the buildsheet photo that shows this was born a rare W33 car!
An Olds like this has a large and commanding presence that also shows style. That's why those wide bumpers also love to hug the cars form. Earthtones were all the rage in the 70s, and so we're quite happy to find a convertible that was born in a timelessly attractive Ebony Black. The finish could use some updating, and so that's why you have the value price, but we also all know the underlying value of a factory black car. And this one continues to carry the Olds elegance with the full tan pinstriping coordinating with the newer golden tan convertible top. So this one has that true classic look, right down to the turbine style factory wheel covers.
More of that golden glow awaits you inside. There looks to have been a solid investment here later in life, and so it appears complete right down to the button-top presentation on the seats and doors. Of course, as an Oldsmobile, you know it's full of luxury options such as power windows, tilt steering column, an AM/FM radio, and plenty of quality wood-like trim. Best of all, the cold-blowing air conditioning is now running modern R134a for easy servicing. So while it might only take one touch of a button to raise the roof on this Olds, it's a car that was truly built to cruise with the top down much longer in the warm seasons.
1970 is a special year for the Delta 88 with a special W33 package. It was a special from of the big 455 cubic-inch V8 made for power. The W33 package was rare option that instantly puts this car in the upper echelon of 1970s Oldsmobiles. The motor is currently an era-correct 455ci block, although it is not the numbers-matching unit. Of course, with this much displacement and a four-barrel carburetor on top, you're not going to be wanting for power. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is always happy to cruise. So with other features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and modern comfortable Hankook tires, this is the right choice for those who like to drive their classics.
The sale comes complete with owner's manual, service manual, and buildsheet photo. Rarity, luxury, and power are a terrific package, especially for a cool convertible. Don't miss this Olds, call today!