Very rare. Stock older restoration. Flathead inline six cylinder. 3 speed manual transmission. Original wood framing for the body by Fisher in great condition. All around solid car. Original wood spoke wheels. To the best of my research, this is one of only four left in existence. The guys from the Pigeon Forge TN rod run said they had never seen one before. The guy that appraised it said in over 45 years of experience, he had never seen one. Car has been featured in the Washington Times twice. Google 1930 Oldsmobile, click on the result talking about healthy 62 horsepower, and this is that car. Car is a rewarding challenge to drive for short distances. Would not drive it far. No power steering, mechanical brakes, no synchronizers in the transmission, no turn signals, no seat belts, you get the idea. This is a show car, not a driver. Pick up only. The transmission is out of my truck, so I can't deliver it. One of the reasons I'm selling it. Car is currently in Calvert City, Kentucky.