Being that it's a concept vehicle and most of its life was spent somewhere on a showroom floor, it has very low mileage – just 490 miles are showing on the odometer. Those miles weren't from day-to-day driving, but rather, from its brief excursions to auto shows and various events. It's powered by a supercharged 3.5-liter twin-cam 24-valve experimental motor. That engine is paired to a 4T80 electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission. It produces 315 horsepower with 295 lb-ft of torque.
Brakes are cross-drilled 13-inch Brembos in front, with production 10.9 x 0.4 cross-drilled brakes in the rear. It also has a custom factory installed Borla exhaust and ZR 19-inch custom wheels.
The body was custom built by GM and includes front and rear spoilers, a ground effects package, and badging on the front fenders and rear deck lid. It once stood on display at the GM Heritage Museum and was purchased by the current owner before the company's bankruptcy. Place your bid and you might take home this piece of Oldsmobile history.
This article by Nicole Wakelin originally appeared on Boldride.com.