My Cart

Free Shipping over $100 to Continental USA

1964 Oldsmobile Starfire Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines

“Oldsmobile”The 1964 model came out at a time when Peyton Place was a hit on TV and when Coca-Cola first launched a low calorie soda called Tab. Bucket seats and center consoles would attract wives of suburbanites despite the car’s thirst for gas. After all, fuel was cheap and the Feds hadn’t invaded the automaker’s garages yet with restrictive laws. Heavier than the ’61 model because of luxury add-ons, the ’64 models reached a not so light two tons of weight. But its lines were clean and assertive. The interior standard features included Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, bucket seats, safety padded dash, center console, tachometer, leather trim, power steering brakes, and windows. Its V8 has 345 bhp but the extra weight made the car slower than the lighter 1961 Starfire. With competition coming from the Pontic Grand Prix, the 1964 Starfire now share a bodyshell with Olds’ new and lower-priced Jetstar 1.

  • Sort by