You are looking at Oldsmobile’s Poster Child, the 1987 Touring Sedan!!!! (only 3985 made that year). The only reason I am selling this Amazing Car, is because it needs an owner that will display it at car shows to show it is uniqueness.
Its 30 years young, and I'm looking for the right new home for this GEM. I've done my best to give it as much TLC as I could.
Has a little over 126,000 miles on the original 3800 series motor, which some argue is the most reliable GM engine, ever made.
If you are looking for a RARE RIDE with Luxury and Comfort..... You have found your STALLION!!
This is a Classic Cruiser...I love this car... VERY RARE 1987 Oldsmobile Touring Sedan, Body and interior are in good/great shape ...
A Beautiful American Luxury Sedan.. The Touring Sedan was built by Oldsmobile from 1987 until 1993. Although it was based on the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight, it catered to a younger and more driver-oriented audience. This model was one of the first attempts to re-brand Oldsmobile as more youthful and upscale and better differentiate it from Buick in the GM line-up. The model was introduced during Oldsmobile's 90th anniversary year to compete with the large sports sedans from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Saab. It was based on the regular production Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight and used its 165 hp 3.8L (3800 Series) V6 engine mated to a 4 speed automatic transmission with overdrive and included a long list of standard equipment. It also included the W12 Touring Sedan option package consisting of custom leather bucket seats with 6 way power, center console with floor shift, real wood interior trim, Treves anti-lock brakes, 15 inch aluminum wheels, black wall tires, FE3 suspension, full gauge cluster (tachometer, 120 mph speedometer, oil, volts, temp, and fuel gauges), gray body side trim, custom steering wheel, special grille, special tail lamp trim, body color lower bumpers, fog lamps, sporty exhaust, and special Touring Sedan badges. There are no emblems or markings to signify the relationship to the Ninety-Eight model line.
The Touring Sedan carried a base price of just over $24,000 USD in 1987 (approximately $51,698 in current dollars). Given the car's late introduction in the 1987 model year, changes for 1988 were relatively minor.
NEW Price $4000 or reasonable price.
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