With the oil crisis settling, the American automotive world was slowly springing back into action; the fuel Sipping imports still shared the roads, but the all too familiar big American motors were slowly making their way back into dealership floors and the open highways. The 1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale we have today represents a post-fuel crisis America and is here to ensure your weekend is lived up to in style in true 70s fashion. What's better? This big American class act has just a reported 82,100 miles on the clock and comes with extensive service documentation.
Oldsmobile was renowned for manufacturing land yachts to ferry its occupants about; this 1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale with its red exterior, is a perfect representation of that. The catchy red exterior is in excellent condition for its age, with all its exterior components looking shiny and new; the current owner reports that the car's bumpers have been re-chromed. Matching its 70s personality is a set of premium hubcaps and coker white wall tires serving as this car's shoes. Regardless if you choose to have the power white convertible top up or down, the white and red interior of this 1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale is set to take your breath away. The custom white seat with red piping brings out this car's personality well and also features the power adjustment option. Driver comforts include power windows, a custom Grant wood steering wheel, power locks, and cruise control. Your tunes are done justice with a custom stereo system and a 10-disc changer in place.
This 1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale is a fairly large car, no matter which angle you choose to gaze at it from, ensuring the car has what it takes to get by and ferry you and your passengers in comfort is none other than a ginormous 400ci V8 motor. There are driver aids to ensure you are in full control of this big American motor; you have power steering in place to easily move about and power brakes to make sure you stop on time. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a turbo 400 automatic transmission that is reported to have been rebuilt. The current owner also reports that the powertrain and transmission in this American classic are numbers matching.
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