1991 Oldsmobile 88

1991 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight

Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Eighty-Eight
Year: 1991
Mileage: 69,000
VIN: 1g3hy54c3m1807464
Cylinders: 6
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Dayton, Ohio, United States

Description for Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight 1991

For sale: 1991 Oldsmobile 88 Royal.
1.) This car has 68,300 miles on it.
2.) Belongs to my 80yr old mother.
3.) Interior is burgundy leather; the leather looks like new.
4.) Engine is a 3800 V6, 4-speed automatic with overdrive.
5.) My mother has only driven the car to Pentecostal church to handle rattle snakes and Kroger's supermarket for Lite beer.
6.) Mercifully, she stopped driving the car in 2007 or 08 when she nearly set a Guinness Book World Record for causing accidents before she even reached the end of her driveway.
7.) As years went by, her height shrank further and further until she could no longer see over the steering wheel.
8.) The car has only been garage kept and looks in amazing condition for a 1991...which, when you think about it, is a testament to the benefits of keeping your vehicle in a garage year around.
9.) My mother never drove the car in the snow due to extreme paranoia. She refused to drive in the snow simply because--like all crazy people who watch too much TV--she thought snow was a result of Aliens dumping poisonous material onto the planet (sort of like Chemtrails).
10.) This car has no leaks, which, again, if you think about it, is remarkable for a car that is what...27-years old!
11.) The trunk is huge. Massive. Can easily fit 2 or 3 bodies inside it.
12.) Recently, $1,250.00 worth of regular maintenance was done to it (I have the receipt). This included the changing of spark plugs, Coil kit, and Ignition Module.
13.) Vin #: 1g3hy54c3m1807464
14.) It would be near impossible to find a 27-year old car in this condition, with only 68,000 miles on it.
Everything works on this car except for these few things:
1.) The electric window motors barely work, if at all, and therefore, the windows should not be put down unless you like rain coming in sideways through the driver side window and washing the left side of your face.
2.) The felt cover on the inside roof has come loose over the years and started drapping and sagging in the middle. Through an act of pure hillbilly genius, I went out and bought a box of colored thumb-tacs and pinned the felt covering back to the roof. Voila, Hillbilly fix-it!
3.) Oh yeah, I almost forgot, the car has the original wire rims--with the exception of the left front rim coming off and running ahead of the car--65mph down the highway--launching itself in a beautiful 60-degree trajectory onto State Route 35 just like a flying saucer. It was beautiful and surreal to witness. The last time i saw it, it was heading south towards Cincinnati.
Best offer. No tire kickers!
Cash only. No checks.