It's not just that this 1953 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight is a well-priced classic. It only takes a moment to recognize that this sedan has been given a comprehensive restoration only about 550 miles ago. That means a shining two-tone, fresh interior, and a strong Rocket V8 under the hood. And it's all done with an eye to deliver a true classic nostalgia. The Ninety-Eight is a flagship car, and so this one likes to be impressive. It starts with a terrific paint package. The trim tag tells us the Fern Green and Glade Green is the factory-correct two-tone, and this has been resprayed during the restoration with a modern clearcoat. The result is the main minty green color has a good gloss that is pure nostalgia, and the deeper green on the roof has a hint of metallic to give a deep and attention-grabbing flair. Olds really had a substantial car this year, and the brightwork is a big reason. The bumper and grille dominate the front end with a mirror-like shine. The side trim is pure art. You have a streak that goes from the headlight through the front door, and the rear door has an accent piece that seems to make the tailfin look even more substantial. And it all showcases the straightness of the sheetmetal. Fender skirts, whitewall tires, and the iconic Oldsmobile globe logo leading the way are all part of the total style that really make this restored sedan terrific. The sea of green continues inside. This is a full-size sedan, and there was a solid investment here to make sure that this premium Olds is still the kind of car you want to share with family and friends. Both rows of seating have a fresh and plush velour. And there is a thoughtful level of attention here. You see it in the way the darker green piping in the seats coordinates with the ribbed door inserts and rear grab strap. The steering wheel retains a very original style, and that lets you get a sense of the generations that have come before you. And the symmetrical style of the dash is pure 1950s cool. There really is an attention to detail here that will excite fans of true classics. You see it in the little things, like the working interior lights, the Power Brake label on the pedal, power steering label on the wheel, and GM's Autronic Eye headlight control mounted on the dash. And if you look really close, you will spot one modern upgrade. The radio has a vintage style, but it's a modern AM/FM digital tuner with aux input. That way you can really get the best in modern driving music for this very vintage cruiser. With a car that has been so authentic so far, it's great to see a date-correct 303 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It really is a detailed package, including the correct glass washer jug, oil bath and even the decals. And we know you'll love pointing to that Rocket proclamation looking bright in yellow against the block's distinct green. The V8 fires up with the confidence that comes from a solid investment. Plus, you have great driving features, like the Hydramatic automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes. This is the premium sedan that was restored to make sure it remains impressive nearly 70 years later. So if you want a true classic at a terrific price, call today!!!