Evaluation: Represented with original paint. There are a few chips and touch ups but it mostly presents very well. The gold stripes are nicked in a few spots. Forgivable light discoloration on the roof vinyl. Decent chrome. Light scratching around the T-tops. The weather stripping looks new. Very good original interior. Well maintained but unrestored engine bay. Far from the most attractive Oldsmobile and the gulf between displacement (455 cid) and performance (190hp) is monumental, but this late Hurst/Olds has clearly been loved its whole life.
Bottom Line: And its next owner is going to love it even more, at least that’s what it seems from the price they paid. It would be hard to find a cleaner example, but this is over condition #1 money.