1955 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight For Sale

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Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
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Description 1955 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight

The car was part of a estate given to a Niece of the owner in 2007  
The Niece and her husband then spent over $25,000 and 5 years making a good car  
Into a Great Car .. 
The car was a solid local show car as they received it ... they took it to the next level.
Rechromed bumpers
New Correct upholstery
This car is a Frame on Restoration recondition
it is a 2 paint car from new no known rust ever!
You would be on a long mission to find a better car.
These people are my Friends and they have decided that the car needs to be with a person that can keep her in this condition,  and let the world enjoy her.
This is one of the best in the World you will find! 
Mackeeauctions.com we search high and low from some of the best classics anywhere!
This is a great driving car I have taken this car down the highway on a 120 degree day with ZERO issues!
Pleasure to drive  lots of compliments anywhere you go!
The car is Located in Kelowna BC.
Registration on the car ( title) has a mistake from the 70's from when he moved to a different Province.
53669807086 is on title
The 1954 Oldsmobiles were completely restyled with new longer and lower body shells and wrap-around windshields and rear windows. Wheelbases increased to 122 inches (3.1 m). Base models reverted to being simply called 88s after being designated as DeLuxe 88s for only one year and the Super 88 was once again the top series (beneath the larger 98). The Rocket V8 was enlarged from 303 to 324 cubic inches with 88s powered by a two-barrel, 170 horsepower (130 kW) unit while Super 88s came with a 185 horsepower (138 kW) version with four-barrel carburetor. Also, a safety padded dash became optional, at $17.
The 1955 models were heavily face-lifted with new grillework, taillights and body-side chrome. Horsepower for the 324-cubic-inch Rocket V8 increased to 185 for 88s and 202 for Super 88s. At mid-year, Olds introduced the new pillarless four-door hardtop body, dubbed the Holiday sedan, in both the 88 and Super 88 series. The four-door Oldsmobile 88 Holiday, along with the four-door 98 Holiday, Buick Century Riviera, and Special Riviera, were the first four-door hardtops ever produced. Air conditioning became an option.[ The 88 had full instrumentation.
Named to complement the existing 76 and 98 series, the Series 88 was first released in 1949 and production continued until 1999. The 1955 Series 88 Oldsmobile was available in three types: the Holiday Coupe two-door with an original sales price of $2,255, the Sedan two-door with an original price of $2,091 and the Sedan four-door, which went for $2,151. All three cars had a 122-inch wheelbase. 41,310 Series 88 Holiday Coupes, 37,507 two-door Sedans and 85,767 four-door Sedans were produced in 1955.
The Super 88 was the luxury version of the Oldsmobile 88 that was in production from 1951 through 1964. The 1955 Super 88 had the same 122-inch wheelbase as the Series 88. The Super 88 was available in five versions: the two-door Convertible Coupe, the two-door Holiday Coupe, the four-door Holiday Sedan, and the two- and four-door Sedans. Prices ranged from $2,215 for the two-door Sedan to $2,641 for the Convertible Coupe and production ranged from 9,007 units for the Convertible Coupe to 111,316 for the four-door Sedan. According to Concept Carz, the 1955 Super 88 came factory equipped with "turn signals, bumper guards, stainless steel trim moldings, dual trumpet horns, cigar lighter, front and rear carpeted floor mats, and dimmer rear-view mirror." In 1955, a one-piece windshield, rocket badges and distinctive front grill was introduced.
The 202 horsepower Rocket V-8 Engine was found under the hood of all three types of car produced by Oldsmobile in 1955. The engine was a valve-in-head design and had a piston displacement of 324.32 cubic inches. The Rocket was a high-compression engine with a compression ratio of 8.5.
Hagerty reports this car at $33,000 USD   act fast!
Mackee auctions is a premium Collector car auction company
member of the NADA Advisory Board.
If you have any questions call me at 250-801-3446
Look at the pictures and understand the fact these people have approx. $40,000 into the car.
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All purchasers are encouraged to have vehicles inspected BEFORE they bid! We can assist in arranging an inspection.. I can help arrange all domestic and international shipments of the vehicle and ensure it successfully crosses any International Border so you GET your car and its title hassle free. This may not be my vehicle as I often just advertise them for their respective owners, therefore I take no responsibility for the representation about the vehicle and I am not liable for a vehicle you get that may not be up to your expectations. Every piece of description is purely the opinion of the owner. We accept the description and representation as provided from the owner, but can help verify items and issues for you upon request BEFORE you bid. We also can arrange and encourage a 3rd party inspection to ensure the owner is not selling something that has a serious issue which they may not even be aware of - the cost for this appraisal is approximately $250 US funds. We require this to be done BEFORE the auction has ended!! Bid only if you accept all these terms as the high bid takes the vehicle! A $500.00 US non refundable deposit is required on all transactions within 24 hours of the close of the auction. An invoice with payment instructions will be sent to you shortly after the auction has ended. Non-paying high bidders will be fully pursued in a Court of Law for the full purchase price of the vehicle and all related expenses. Documentation Fee is $295.00USD on every purchase to cover costs of administration and managing the sales process to you. Out of  province / state buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title/registration fees to their own province/  country / state at the time they register the vehicle.  Will except Canadian money at bank rates plus GST to all Canadian residents.

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