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Old October 30th, 2018, 12:56 PM
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Hi from Sweden olds 98 -1965

Well, i make a long history short. For 6 years ago i started to restore a Mustang convert -66 and have used it really much 5 year, now it is time to grow up and the pony is sold and have bought an Oldsmobile 98 convertible from 1965. (It is little bigger then the pony ). There is a few things on this car i must take care of so i hope i can have some advice here.
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Old October 30th, 2018, 02:40 PM
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Welcome to the group... If you have questions, this Oldsmobile community most likely will have all the answers you need... You can also use the search feature here on the site to help assist you finding information...
Ty, i have already find some answers and i am sure i find lot more, i understand there is a lot of knowledge here
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the pony is sold and have bought an Oldsmobile 98 convertible from 1965. (It is little bigger then the pony ).
Yes, it certainly is!
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Old October 31st, 2018, 05:58 PM
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You should have kept Pony and put it in the trunk of the 98.
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Old November 2nd, 2018, 01:16 AM
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Why didnt i think about that would be nice to have a Pony in trunk

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Old November 2nd, 2018, 08:58 AM
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Welcome - though I am new here myself as well. I lived in Nykoping for a year, 1992, And I have 4 Saabs parked in my driveway at the moment :-) I was noting the other day that none of my 5 cars have the ignition on the steering column, so adding the 66 Cutlass doesn't feel strange in that way. I don't have a center console, so of course, the key would just go in the center of the dash.

I'm just curious about this kind of a car being found in Sweden. How does a 1965 98 make its way to Sweden? Has it been there all its life? Looks like a nice car.
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Old November 2nd, 2018, 11:10 AM
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Welcome - though I am new here myself as well. I lived in Nykoping for a year, 1992, And I have 4 Saabs parked in my driveway at the moment :-) I was noting the other day that none of my 5 cars have the ignition on the steering column, so adding the 66 Cutlass doesn't feel strange in that way. I don't have a center console, so of course, the key would just go in the center of the dash.

I'm just curious about this kind of a car being found in Sweden. How does a 1965 98 make its way to Sweden? Has it been there all its life? Looks like a nice car.
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Welcome to the site! Nice car.
Ty for your welcome, i bought this one a week ago, ealier owner bought it in US 2015, and made some restoring, but could not manage vacuum for air vent, that and to fix electrical on bucket is most important now
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Best wishes from another olds-loving swede, Nice looking 98! Best of luck!
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We have a few here recently from Sweden ! Welcome !
Very nice 98 turbo57, under the hood looks darn nice too.
Stoffe G , when you get a chance post in the newbie section and post a few pics of your OLDS if you can!

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There is a member from Stockholm who also has a 65 Oldsmobile. His car is a 1965 Cutlass. Maybe you are located in the same area of Sweden?
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Best wishes from another olds-loving swede, Nice looking 98! Best of luck!
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We have a few here recently from Sweden ! Welcome !
Very nice 98 turbo57, under the hood looks darn nice too.
Stoffe G , when you get a chance post in the newbie section and post a few pics of your OLDS if you can!

Cheers
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There is a member from Stockholm who also has a 65 Oldsmobile. His car is a 1965 Cutlass. Maybe you are located in the same area of Sweden?
Ty for your answers,. Yes we are not so many i n Sweden with Olds, i am going to join Swedish Oldsmobile club soon (i think they only is under 200 members, but i think they love Olds )
Well Sweden is a long country so from Stockholm to my home in Mariestad is 4 hour away. Ty again
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Best wishes from another olds-loving swede, Nice looking 98! Best of luck!
+1 , Another Swede with a -65 98 convertible
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Welcome! Let’s see more pics.
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