It’s Lynyrd Skynyrd on wheels.

“No animal died to make this one, no tree was cut down…

This 1977 Oldsmobile Delta 88 is the pinnacle of class and luxury.  Powered by a sensible 403 cubic-inch V8 and producing a whopping 183 horsepower, you’ll be the king of the drag strip on Saturday night.

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You’ve never had it this good.

Nothing says “Hot Rod” like a factory-equipped AM radio and an ear-shattering seatbelt buzzer.  Speaking of safety, GM cost/benefit analysis indicates that your chest will make the perfect crumple zone, so there’s no need to worry!

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Déchets étendus.

Besides, that lame Honda Accord you can’t see won’t stand a chance against your stylish 9-foot hood.

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No room for you, Honda.

The rear seat is thoughtfully designed, and features plenty of room to sleep.  Don’t be concerned when fuel bills obliterate your rent money; now you can cozy up in all the plush cloth you’ve ever wanted.

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Deluxe De-Luxe.

…it’s a celebration of man-made materials.”  -Jeremy Clarkson

Convenience and style go hand in hand.  The gas cap is intelligently located as far from the driver as possible, ensuring maximum luxury.

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Gas cap located behind the license plate.  Not an ashtray.

Contemporary stylist THE SUN worked thousands of hours on the unique design of this particular vehicle.  Modern art meets function in this special edition titled, “15 years in a farm field,”

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Contemporary styling by the sun.

 

All in all, this 1977 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale is a perfect example of what General Motors meant when they said, “Mark of Excellence.”

 

 

 

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