The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 48 Poncho, Sep 23, 2007.
My 48 Olds
47 Pontiac Coupe. Canadian Pontiac's look better than the American ones.
My 46 sedanette (76) Work in progress
Friends 47 Olds convertible (66) another work in progress
Here's mine the day I brought it home in 96. It's all apart now waiting for me to get motivated!
all great but where are all the Buicks?
In fl, and over seas
Got this '48 98 olds a while ago. Hopefully get a 371 in it soon to replace the tired straight 8. The interior is black leather now.
Thinking about selling the '48 super. One owner car, before me. Running out of room.
just noticed that this thread is back to live again, i'm in:
IMO those are just about the prettiest fastback body style that GM ever made, but they're not at all common. I guess the flashier Cadillac and Buick versions of that body attracted more people.
A rare 42 Olds woodie wagon on that site.
I saw a 1 of 1 Olds 76 series woodie station wagon ('B' body) and coach built. Olds normally only made these in smaller 66 series ('A' body) like the rare 'Hercules' bodied 1942 Woodie above, only 795 made.
1948 Olds 98 production:-
Here's the '47 Olds I sold a few years ago. Had big plans but ended up cutting it loose. It had molded rear fenders and a kinda-sorta custom paint job that was real old, it ran and drove, I swapped 15" wheels and '50 Olds caps onto it, lowered it, and a few other little things. I think it left the country.
Our '48, actually being used by its new owners!
A glamor shot of the 48 98.
love those cars. just bought a 1946 oldsmoblie.
here is a few of my original 48 Super - original paint, motor, interior etc - still 6 volt.
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