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Chrisolds’s 1990 Oldsmobile 98

Classic Custom Olds 98

Chrisolds’s 1990 Oldsmobile 98
Another Chrisolds 1990 Oldsmobile 98 post...
  • Nov 14, 2013
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Another Chrisolds 1990 Oldsmobile 98 post...
  • Nov 14, 2013
  • Engine Size
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  • HP
    165
  • 0-60 Time
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  • Weight
    3500
  • 1/4m sec
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  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    120 mph
  • Exterior Color
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  • Interior Color
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  • squeak101
    yo whip is very clean i like the plush interior,the factory ts rims are not chrome u have to polish them to make it "look like chrome" its a long processes, but my ts has 127,000 now i had it for i think 5 or 6 years already, i it has the chrome polished ts rims with the vogues on it now havent updated it yet, and it has 4 [10's] in the back dash, the price to sell, i really dont know cuz i had it for so oong, but it still looks real clean throw my a price
  • squeak101
    hey whats going, the rims on my ts with the vogues are ts rims i just polished my factories, i know they look real good for polish, i still have the car , im debating on selling it if the price is right ill sell it
  • monte3de
    Touring Sedans........well they were the top of the line Olds, even above the Toronado Trofeo. 171k miles is a bit much, but if the car has been maintained well it could easily get another 100k on it. Anyone who has ever owned a TS knows how truely unique these cars are. If you notice the shifter, it is from the Hurst design. The FE3 suspension make the car ride very smoothly but handling is 10x better than a 98 w/o the suspension, also TS have automatic air leveling suspensions so that if u pulled with the car it would not sag in the back end. Oh yeah, the FE3 suspension was updated into the FE4 which now has its home in the Corvette ZO6. The top published speed of the TS by motor trend in 1989 is 114mph, drag limited...though I had my computer saying 115mph with 3 people in the car, 2 of them being large. The best gas mileage I have ever gotten is 604 miles on the 18.9 gal tank, which equates to around 36mpg. The seats were designed for Lear Jets that is why they are so comfy. A TS with a Bose stereo is rarer, and one like mine that has a factory luggage rack is very rare. One more thing about the rarity of TS's, from 1987-1990, 195k 98s were produced, less than 5k were TS's, which means that only 2.5% of 98s were Touring Sedans. The 3800 motor also has been named to the Worlds' 5 Best Motors List. If you want to know more let me know. If you
  • monte3de
    Your 98 is very clean..........my TS has 84k on it. Not driven a whole lot as its options make it rarer then most other Touring Sedans.
  • rj1kingstar1
    Wats man.1 ? DO u want to sell it if so hit me at rj1kingchamp1@yahoo.com
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