1968 Vista Cruiser
The Vista Cruiser is a station wagon manufactured and marketed by Oldsmobile over three generations from 1964 to 1977. The first and second generation Vista Cruisers are noted for their fixed-glass, roof-mounted skylights over the second-row seating with sun visors for the second row passengers, a raised roof behind the skylight and lateral glass panels over the rear cargo area along the raised roof — and three rows of forward-facing passenger seating. Sharing its bodystyle with the Buick Sport Wagon, the Vista Cruiser was introduced on February 4, 1964, as a 1964 model, based on the Oldsmobile Cutlass/F-85 model. Prior to the 1973 model year the Vista Cruiser utilized a wheelbase which was 5 inches (127 mm) longer than that of the Cutlass/F-85 sedan. (information Provide by Wikipedia )
1968 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser
133,627 miles, V-8 350 4 Barrel Carburetor , Turbo 350 Transmission
Rear Differential has been Rebuilt
Have L/F Original Used Replacement Fender in Great Condition
Runs and Drives Good
1971 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser
In 1970, an exterior redesign sharpened edges and curves. Although it closely resembled the 1968-69 models, and is essentially regarded a second-generation car (The GM Skywagon Club recognizes the 1970-72 models as "Generation 2a"), many body parts were no longer interchangeable. The dashboard was also completely redesigned.
For 1971, Oldsmobile brought back the Custom Cruiser wagon on the full-sized 98 C-body chassis, featuring GM's disappearing clamshell tailgate, but the glass-roofed Vista Cruiser continued until 1972.
Turbo 400 Tranmission
10 Bolt Posi Rear
2 Row Seating Only 3,200 made
Has a Turbo
Car has only 32,000 miles one owner driven and I have documentation of mileage. Also the car has been taken apart by a student going to Voc-Tech School and did not realize it costs money to restore parts. All parts the were taken off have been bagged and marked. All of the parts are stored in the car, the door panels and most of the Body Chrome is under the rear storage compartment.