I had first spotted this car sitting a few blocks away from where I live back in '95 or '96 (can't remember exactly). I ran into and spoke with the owner of the car, while at the same time looking it all over. The car is in very good shape, very little rust. He told me everything is for sale, and he'd consider selling it for around $2500. Well, back then, $2500 was WAY too much for me, and in my opinion was too much for this car. Had I of been able or were to of bought it, my plans would of been to trade it to my grandfather for the Nova. (See Novaboy-73 for my 73 Nova Profile)Over the next few years, I always kept my eyes open down the lane to see what's was happening with the omega. A few years later, I spoke with the gentlemen, Harvey again. He said he'd let it go for $1500, again, it was still too much for what I was thinking. Later on found out his son was now driving the car, and in the winter time too. The car also appeared to be aging alittle, showing some rust and a small dent in the door.Many years had passed since then and I don't know much about the history of the car after that. Time seem to take it's toll on the poor ol' car, which was starting to really show some wear, and it's age.One night, while cruising and hanging out with some friends, my friend Brandy mentioned her step-father had a 74 Olds Omega and she was trying to get her hands on it to have something to cruise in. I found out sometime later on where this *omega* was and has it turned out, it was the one down my back lane. All that time and I had no idea we were talking about the same car. (hehehe ...)During the fall/winter of 2004, Brandy had informed me that her step-father was looking to get rid of the omega now and was at $1000. I drove by and took a look at the car, which wasn't looking good (as seen in pictures section, as I found it).