I can’t get enough of this car. Perfect stance & wheels. [1948 Oldsmobile 98]

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  • Dave Wiesehuegel says:
    2 years ago

    This was my car for a short time in high school.
    Graduated 1957

  • Dennis Douglas says:
    3 years ago

    Sweet

  • Ed Kaz Kaczmarski says:
    3 years ago

    I don’t think its a 98 , the 98 shared a body with Cadillac!

  • Jose Font says:
    3 years ago

    I am? Please explain how, Mr. Morgan Winter, I would like to hear this! perhaps I have my history mixed up and General Patton died in a 1941 Olds 98 or something like that?

  • Norman Schnell says:
    3 years ago

    YA GOT’S TO LOVE THAT FACE , NICE RIDE!

  • Jackie Morrison says:
    3 years ago

    I had a 46 Pontiac with same body style, loved it.

  • Morgan Winter says:
    3 years ago

    Jose is wrong.

  • Jose Font says:
    3 years ago

    Yes, I am familiar with that manufacturing difference with the straight 8 engine. There is one (1948) Olds with a straight 8 here in my town for sale and I for one can tell the slight difference in lenth. I would buy it except that even though it runs and has no rust through, it looks like a poor barn find and the seller wants top dollar for it. He must have been watching too many episodes of Classic car auctions on cable TV or doing meth on the side. He is asking $30k and according to my estimate perhaps $5k or $6k highest.

  • Gordon Kaesemeyer says:
    3 years ago

    looks like its going fast just sitting there…..Leaning into it for sure!

  • Matthew Peters says:
    3 years ago

    Now that’s a cool classic car

  • Greg Swett says:
    3 years ago

    Oh mannnn that is it!

  • Art Tardiville says:
    3 years ago

    Jeff Hartzel this your 48…….Nice Ride….

  • Jeff Hartzel says:
    3 years ago

    the olds and pontiac were 8in longer because they had the strait 8s in them

  • Jose Font says:
    3 years ago

    I had a ’47 Chevy Stylemaster just like this Olds pictured here, only diff was the front bumper & grill assem..! BPOC’s where mostly the same around this model year (Post War ’47, ’48 & ’49 Model’s) This model is most popular with today’s crowd because of the distinct “Two-Door, Torpedo style slant back”. But to answer your question-the Olds 88 and the 98 models did not roll off the assembly line ’till 1953 and incidently have you seen the 1954 Olds 88 concept car was made to compete with the Chevy Corvette? Wow! Google it!

  • Linda Staszek says:
    3 years ago

    “My Grandmother’s Olds 88 was So Much Nicer!”

  • Jeff Hartzel says:
    3 years ago

    it has air ride duh! I can make it look like a 4 wheel drive if I want. its a 98 or slimline or roach back or fast back who the f#*k cares!

  • Evan Ernst says:
    3 years ago

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O… to me like the model was produced from 1941 to 1996. What makes you think the 98 model started in the 50s?

  • Fred Mizzi says:
    3 years ago

    I can’t read comments

  • Jose Font says:
    3 years ago

    Ahh, hello! No such animal in 1948 called a 98 or even an 88 for that matter! Where did that stupid comment come from? They were born in the 1950’s, Ok! Get over it!

  • Steve Whitrock says:
    3 years ago

    Isn’t that a strange looking car?

  • Patty Ann says:
    3 years ago

    “O” wow ….that was before I was born 🙂

  • James Nightengale says:
    3 years ago

    sits to low for me like to see it set up like when it came from the show room floor

  • Aaron Dixon says:
    3 years ago

    a real nice car I love olds I had 6 5 98 1 cutlass.

  • Steve Whitrock says:
    3 years ago

    That’s a nice car!

  • Traci Ruple Morris says:
    3 years ago

    kool

  • Fred Mizzi says:
    3 years ago

    Nice wanna trade

  • Jeff Hartzel says:
    3 years ago

    48 OLDS EBAY FIND.