About Oldsmobile 98
The Oldsmobile 98 is a luxury car manufactured by General Motors. This name has shown the 90 series with 8 engine parts provided to users. Sometimes, people will also call it L/S or Holiday. The 98 Regency badge is getting increasingly common in the late period. Production of Oldsmobile 98 has gone through 2 periods, that is, from 1940 to 1942 and from 1946 to 1996. The Oldsmobile 98 incorporates advanced technology, providing users the Autronic Eye, and Twilight Sentinel as well as comfortable interior and fashionable exterior trim. You may get OEM parts online to make your car more comfortable when driving.
The first generation boasts three body styles on the 96 while four body styles on the 98, in which the 4-door convertible is the rarest one and is exclusive to the 98. Only 119 were sold in 1941 and this would be the only time this body style was ever offered on the 98. It is also the only model year in Oldsmobile history that a car with six-cylinder engine parts is provided to users The car offers a popular option of Hydramatic automatic transmission which was first introduced in 1939. The year 1941 witnessed a total of 70,000 sales of the 96 and the 98.
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The second generation has made some improvements. For the 1947 model year, the Oldsmobile 98 also has three body styles. All the 98 are equipped with straight-eight parts. The Oldsmobile 98 comes standard with equipment including safety glass, tire parts, dual horns, cigarette lighter parts, a solenoid starter system, and so on. The upholstery was either custom broadcloth or leather. The standard tire size was 7.00 (178) by 15 inches (381 millimeters). An electric clock was standard in 1947. A record 37,140 98s were sold in 1947. The data for the wheelbase is 127.0 in (3,226 mm) and it is 216.0 in (5,486 mm) in length.
For the 1980 model year, the car provided a new 307 cu in (5.0 L) V8 engine as an option. The 1980 model incorporates new sheet metal in its exterior design. For the interior of the car, there is no big change. Efforts have been made to improve aerodynamics and fuel economy, manifesting by the fact that the hood is sloped downward and the trunk area is adjusted higher. It caused a seemingly heavier appearance for the new models. The 1981 model year comes standard with Buick's 252 cu in V6 parts and a new 4-speed THM200-4R automatic transmission. This is also the first standard 4-speed automatic since 1960. The gas 350 was equipped with the smaller 307. Something new is added that year including a redesigned steering wheel and slightly revised instrument panel.