Today’s ’77 New Yorker was tough, but congratulations go out to Dan for being the first to get it.
Will Dan be the first to identify this or will somebody else? Don’t be shy, give it a try!
Early A-body Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera?
I don’t know that car but I can certainly recognize the ugly PT cruiser in the reflection of it…
1985 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Regency
’88 Delta 88
I’m with CJ. 1985-86 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Regency. The 88’s had a molding that went all the way to the wheel well.
It looks a lot like an 87 cutlass to me, but I know that’s not right because its missing the side markers.
Agreed with CJ and Kelley about it being a 1985-86 Oldsmobile 98 Regency. Whether it is a sedan or coupe is up for debate.
Ninety-Eight. Possibly an 88, but only if it’s a loaded up version that came with the fancy cornering lights.
BTW Ninety-Eight became an interesting name for what ultimately became a V6 model car. Guess what the “Eight” stood for? (same goes for the second “8” In 88.)
86 Ninety Eight
1985/1986 Olds 98 Regency . . .
I’ll say `87 Regency 98.
I hope it’s an Olds 98 with the impossibly rare, 1985 only, diesel V6 option. I’ve never seen one and I have my doubts as to whether or not they actually exist…
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