1965 Oldsmobile 98 Regency 455 Rocket
A race ready Limo
The hood hinges, being an old design, were sprung with many parts. If you were not careful, when you closed the hood, the hinges could (and did) bend out sideways toward the side of the car, rendering them absolutely useless.
The Rochester 4 barrel carburetor was very difficult to set up properly, as was the dual point ignition.
Even with the problems I described, when the engine was set up properly, I could barely keep tires on the rims. The car was very comfortable and roomy.
I would love to come across one of these model years again, either road ready, or for restoration.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th January, 2002
This car certainly would be race ready.
For a demolition derby, that is!
I have a sweet convertible 1965 oldsmobile 98 that I love, but have to sell.
I have access to a 65 Olds 98 that is ready to be restored. It is an Arizona vehicle that has a Cadillac-designed body. It has just over 100k miles. Contact me by adding a comment and I'll get back to you.