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1952 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Convertible

Sale price: $49,995.00 make an offer

Car location: Rogers, Minnesota, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Manufacturer: Oldsmobile
Model: Ninety-Eight
Year: 1952
Type: Convertible
Color: Canto Cream
Mileage: 39307
Engine: 303 Rocket V8
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Trim: Convertible
Interior Color: Blue
Vehicle Title: --
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1952 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Convertible for sale

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1952 Oldsmobile 98 - Ellingson Motorcars

Stock #:

8558

Exterior Color:

Canto Cream

Interior Color:

Light Blue

Body Type:

Convertible

Transmission:

Super Hydra-Matic Automatic

Drivetrain:

RWD

Engine:

303 Rocket V8

Mileage:

39,307

This 1952 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible is a super rare, well-documented example of Oldsmobile's top-of-the-line cruiser in 1952. Oldsmobile's 98 dates back to the early 40s, when Oldsmobile transitioned from its letter-named cars ("F" and "L" series) to a numbering system (60, 70, and 90 series), with the 90 series sitting as the top dog. By 1948, Oldsmobile had completely redesigned its product offerings to align with its "Futuramic" marketing campaign. In 1952, the Ninety-Eight was the flagship car for Oldsmobile with the convertible model being the most expensive and rarest of them all. Today, the '52 Ninety Eight Convertible remains an ultra rare car with this one being 1 of 19 known to exist. Powering this 98 Convertible is an Oldsmobile Rocket 303 Cubic Inch V8 Engine with a single 4 barrel carburetor that pushed out 160 horsepower in its day. The Rocket 303 is mated up to a Super Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission that anybody can drive with ease. Being the flagship Oldsmobile model, these 98s typically were well-optioned including this particular example. With Power Steering and Power Brakes, this 98 Convertible is easier and much more enjoyable to drive. The correct black cloth power convertible top goes up and down with the simple push of a button. The exterior on this '52 Oldsmobile has been refinished in its original color, Canto Cream. This Olds 98 sits on 4 wide whitewall tires with full hubcaps giving this car a truly 50s look. The interior on this '52 Olds is superb. The bench seats are covered in a light Blue leather which is correct for this car. The carpeting, door panels, dash, and steering wheel are also all in wonderful shape and have an elevated look. The instrument cluster is in its stock configuration with a 120 MPH speedometer, temperature gauge, fuel gauge, amp gauge, and oil pressure gauge. If you're looking for a super rare Olds, this 1952 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible is the car for you. Give us a call today!

Vehicle Description

This 1952 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible is a super rare, well-documented example of Oldsmobile's top-of-the-line cruiser in 1952. Oldsmobile's 98 dates back to the early 40s, when Oldsmobile transitioned from its letter-named cars ("F" and "L" series) to a numbering system (60, 70, and 90 series), with the 90 series sitting as the top dog. By 1948, Oldsmobile had completely redesigned its product offerings to align with its "Futuramic" marketing campaign. In 1952, the Ninety-Eight was the flagship car for Oldsmobile with the convertible model being the most expensive and rarest of them all. Today, the '52 Ninety Eight Convertible remains an ultra rare car with this one being 1 of 19 known to exist. Powering this 98 Convertible is an Oldsmobile Rocket 303 Cubic Inch V8 Engine with a single 4 barrel carburetor that pushed out 160 horsepower in its day. The Rocket 303 is mated up to a Super Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission that anybody can drive with ease. Being the flagship Oldsmobile model, these 98s typically were well-optioned including this particular example. With Power Steering and Power Brakes, this 98 Convertible is easier and much more enjoyable to drive. The correct black cloth power convertible top goes up and down with the simple push of a button. The exterior on this '52 Oldsmobile has been refinished in its original color, Canto Cream. This Olds 98 sits on 4 wide whitewall tires with full hubcaps giving this car a truly 50s look. The interior on this '52 Olds is superb. The bench seats are covered in a light Blue leather which is correct for this car. The carpeting, door panels, dash, and steering wheel are also all in wonderful shape and have an elevated look. The instrument cluster is in its stock configuration with a 120 MPH speedometer, temperature gauge, fuel gauge, amp gauge, and oil pressure gauge. If you're looking for a super rare Olds, this 1952 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible is the car for you. Give us a call today!

Vehicle Warranty

WARRANTIES FOR THIS VEHICLE:

AS IS - NO DEALER WARRANTY

THE DEALER DOES NOT PROVIDE A WARRANTY FOR ANY REPAIRS AFTER SALE.

About Ellingson Motorcars

Ellingson Motorcars is the Midwest's premier classic car dealer. Our huge indoor showroom is located just outside Minneapolis and features 100+ classic cars, muscle cars, restored trucks, original survivors and restomods ranging from the 1920s to late model collectibles.

Our friendly staff are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to selling or buying classic cars and can help you find your dream car. With over 25 years of experience selling classic cars and trucks, we've sold and shipped thousands of classics to all 50 states and to nearly every continent.

Customers trust the unparallel quality of our vehicles.  In fact, most of our customers purchased their classic car sight unseen without even visiting our showroom.  To ensure that every classic in our inventory meets our high standards, each vehicle undergoes our 100+ point inspection.  This extensive inspection and intake process allows our customers to trust that the car they saw on the internet runs, drives, and looks as they expected.

Ready to sell your classic or collectible vehicle? Our consignment and buying programs help you sell your classic car and put cash in your pocket! Contact us today and we'll help you determine the best possible price for your vehicle. We also offer full repair services to keep your collectible car running perfectly while it is on display in our Rogers showroom and for years to come. Whether you're in the market for a classic Chevy, Ford, Dodge or something a little less common like a Packard or Studebaker, Ellingson's has the right classic vehicle for you.

Ellingson Motorcars is the Midwest's premier classic car dealer. Our huge indoor showroom is located just outside Minneapolis and features 100+ classic cars, muscle cars, restored trucks, original survivors and restomods ranging from the 1920s to late model collectibles.

Our friendly staff are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to selling or buying classic cars and can help you find your dream car. With over 25 years of experience selling classic cars and trucks, we've sold and shipped thousands of classics to all 50 states and to nearly every continent.

Customers trust the unparallel quality of our vehicles.  In fact, most of our customers purchased their classic car sight unseen without even visiting our showroom.  To ensure that every classic in our inventory meets our high standards, each vehicle undergoes our 100+ point inspection.  This extensive inspection and intake process allows our customers to trust that the car they saw on the internet runs, drives, and looks as they expected.

Ready to sell your classic or collectible vehicle? Our consignment and buying programs help you sell your classic car and put cash in your pocket! Contact us today and we'll help you determine the best possible price for your vehicle. We also offer full repair services to keep your collectible car running perfectly while it is on display in our Rogers showroom and for years to come. Whether you're in the market for a classic Chevy, Ford, Dodge or something a little less common like a Packard or Studebaker, Ellingson's has the right classic vehicle for you.

Contact us for more details

(763) 428-7337(763) 428-7337

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Payment Options

We accept the following payment methods:
- Cashier's Check/money order
- Cash (in person)
- Personal check (once cleared)

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General Terms

If an inaccurate automobile price is inadvertently listed on eBay, Ellingson Motorcars LLC (the "Company") reserves the right to NOT honor the erroneous price.  Prices do not includeTitle, License, Registration Fees, Document Fees, State or Local Taxes or Processing Fees, ifany.  The Company disclaims and does not make any express or implied warranties on allvehicles offered for sale on eBay and such vehicles are sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS.  TheCompany does not represent or warrant the authenticity or accuracy of odometer readings orother vehicle specifications unless otherwise specified in the vehicle listing.  All shippingcharges are the buyer's responsibility, unless otherwise agreed to by the Company.  TheCompany reserves the right to end any auction early, without any notice to bidders.  TheCompany may require the buyer to make a nonrefundable deposit with Ellingson MotorcarsLLC within 48 hours of winning the auction in an amount as determined by the Company inits sole discretion.

For more information and a current list of vehicles, contact Scott E. at763-428-7337 or atebay@ellingsonmotorcars.com.

Fees and Taxes

Sales tax, title, license fee, registration fee, dealer documentary fee, finance charges, emission testing fees, and compliance fees are additional to the advertised price. Vehicle is listed locally, we reserve the right to end the auction at any time.

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