A classy piece of American design from the latter half of the decade of the Thirties, Oldsmobile's L-37 had 110 horsepower from its 257 cubic inch inline eight-cylinder engine and independent front suspension. The top of the line L-37 had abundant styling features including an intricate cast egg crate grille and a number of subtle chrome styling elements highlighted by a thin chrome full length beltline molding. Oldsmobile built only 728 of these attractive, well-equipped 1937 L-37 convertibles, even fewer of which were built with this one's lavish equipment which includes dual enclosed side-mount spares, dual remote controlled spotlights, heater, fog lights, license plate frames, wheel trim rings, wide whitewalls, rumble seat, radio and clock. One of only four known to survive, it was restored in 2002 to like new condition and has been carefully owned, driven, toured and maintained since. The quality of the preparation and chrome work on the elaborate, finely detailed grille is particularly noteworthy. It is finished in deep black with burgundy leather upholstery and a tight-fitting cloth soft top. A rare and handsome automobile, it is ready to be taken out, used, enjoyed, shown and displayed with pleasure and pride.
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