Rare 1989 Oldsmobile Touring Sedan -For Sale-See Craigslist Atlanta- email@example.com owner- The car is strong running, and sharp looking. Has the roominess of a large car but the ride of a sports car as it is mooth but handles like it is on rails. The touring package took the Ninety Eight and added heavier suspension, larger wheels and tires, and high back bucket seats along with some other goodies. (Very similar to the Pontiac Bonneville SSE) Interior- Red leather- Seats were designed for Olds by Lear. They are the most versatile and comfortable that you will ever sit in. The leather is in good shape considering the age. Has just started to show wear. Carpet is in good shape and even the original carpet mats are in good shape. I recently replaced the headliner and admittedly it was an amateur job. Power seats (Including powered thigh and lumbar) and locks work, power windows work but they are slow. The moon roof works as well as the original Delco Bose radio with steering wheel mounted controls. (The tape player does not) Exterior- I had the car about a year when I was hit at a red light and pushed into another car. I wound up having the whole car painted. That was about 15 years ago and it still looks good. There is a ding on the left rear fender and on the right front fender. The windshield is cracked. Mechanical- The last major mainatence I did was a few years ago, I had the front seals replaced due to a leak, and went ahead and replaced the timing gear set, cam interrupter, and the crankshaft sensor. Currently it has a power steering hose leak. The a/c is fading as it probably needs a freon charge. The car is approaching 180,000 miles. It was originally purchased at Ed Voyles Oldsmobile and I have had much of the service performed by Ed Voyles dealerships. Car has a light duty trailer hitch installed by a U-Haul dealer. I used it for a small Hobie catamaran, and later a utility trailer for trips to Home Depot and Lowes. I have a company vehicle I use during the week so I usually just drive the car on the weekend for errands or for trips to the mountains. It makes a solid driver or would make a good specimen for a great restoration . It is such a special vehicle restoration was my intention but other priorities and interest have since taken its place. There is consideration being given to a mid to late 90’s Toyota convertible with automatic transmission if you want to trade for a larger vehicle. Clear title in hand. Asking $3,250Interesting story about the car- My father was a VP of a multi line auto dealer in Atlanta. My mother had a Touring Sedan as one of her demos. It was my favorite and I had dreamed of owning it. Some years later I was looking through the used car ads in the local paper. I found a Touring Sedan and not only did the guy live within a mile of my parents but it was the same color as my mothers. I bought the car and took it to the dealership where I had them run the VIN. Sure enough I had managed to buy my mothers Touring Sedan!