Thanks for looking! Please rate our car. This is our 1975 Oldsmobile F85. It started out up in New York with an old couple that had won it through some type raffle. The coulple moved down to North Carolina and eventually traded the car in because they didnt drive it enough. We found it on ebay for sale through a private dealer and the bid was only at 700 with a couple days left. We ended up winning the car for $1500. We had to drive down from Maryland to Winston-Salem,NC to pick it up. It made it all the way home smoothly and without any problems. This was a really great buy!
The car only had 42,000 miles on it. It is green now but it started out yellow as you can see from where the side molding has come off, the molding is back on the car now we just haven't taken the picture with it on yet. (previous owner had it rustproofed and painted. It is a lil L-6 cylinder with the th-350 three speed, rear defrost and aftermarket a\c. It had 14 hub caps which we replaced with the 15 inch chrome rally's with 245-60's on rear and 195-70's (i think, can't remember) in the front.The interior is clean and in good condition. It runs just like it looks!!We now live in las vegas, we drove it all the way from Maryland to Las Vegas ,NV and it ran wonderfully our average speed was about 80-85 it gave me no problems at all, the gas mileage wasnt all that bad either for the speeds that we were going. I want to put a blown 383 in it and race it but the lil 6 cylinder wont die! So for right now "if it ain't broke, dont fix it".
Here is a few pictures of the other cars we owned in Maryland. From left to right: 1978 Black Chevy Nova w\350-th350 3.73's, 1973 Blue Chevy Nova L-6 w\ powerglide 1987 Chevy Camaro IROC-Z28 w\ 388 5spd fuel injected 4.11's, and of course the F85. We also own a 2000 Pontiac Trans Am and a 99 Grand Cherokee limited, We ended up selling the two nova's and the camaro (on ebay)but we still have everything else. Again, thanks for looking and sign the guestbook.