Performance, luxury, and a truly unique presentation – we already know why you're attracted to this 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire. After all, with the high compression 394 V8 under the hood, loaded A/C interior, and a truly unique presentation, this is an all-around stunner that's ready for you right now.
The Starfire's original mission was to be Oldsmobile's large personal luxury machine with plenty of boastful detail. That's why it has such a standout presence even in its refined and factory-correct color of Cirrus Blue. But what really makes this generation Starfire so memorable is the brightwork. Those hallmark sweeping sides will draw the crowds in from across the show field, and they highlight just how straight the bodywork is on this coupe. But this classic is so much more. Olds proved even in the mid-60s that it was the best at integrating bumpers into the sheetmetal design. And there are also terrific details, like the sharp trim line that starts right after the doors and helps to create a hint of tailfin. So while the standout side trim will draw in attention, it's all the unique elements that make up a range-topping Starfire that will keep people talking.
The full blue interior creates a package that has a terrific color harmony inside and out. And the comfortable cloth inserts in the seats are always a welcomed addition. Plus, this premium coupe comes with plenty more desirable features. This includes bucket seats and the bright center console with the unique tach mounted in the center. Spanning the entire width of the car, the dashboard houses everything from the extra-long speedometer to all the essential bright knobs and buttons – and you can see it all easily thanks to the thin dual-spoke factory steering wheel. In fact, this even offers a nice view of the Moon Eyes gauges cleanly installed under the dash. And while this one still has its factory AM radio on display, your music really comes from an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux iPod input that's hidden in the dash. That way you get the best driving tunes while still keeping this very vintage atmosphere.
The big gun in Oldsmobile's arsenal was the "Ultra High Compression" 394 cubic-inch V8. It's neatly detailed with a big air cleaner and correct decals, and the red motor underneath looks like it's radiating power from within the dark engine bay. In fact, not only does this look highly authentic, but also it's believed to be the original motor to the car. The dual exhaust even offers a hit of this power without being too boisterous. In fact, that's the full Olds experience. It has a nice cruiser-level ride with the versatile Roto-Hydramatic three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, the power steering and power brakes were part of a package designed to make this a care-free driving experience.
With power and poise, this Starfire is truly a fantastic hardtop that people rarely see on the vintage car scene today. So if you're ready for real distinction, call today!