Thursday, July 26, 2018

Court Is In Session: 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe

I am not normally a fan of cars that have a vinyl top...or those being listed by a "friend" of the seller...but this next car might just be cool enough to overlook a few strikes and become the next cheap classic in your garage.  Find this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe offered for $14,000 in Prince George, VA via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.



From the seller:
1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 
condition: good 
fuel: gas 
title status: clean 
transmission: automatic 
I'm listing for a friend a 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe for Sale. Automatic transmission, 14" chrome magnum 500 wheels , Crystal Blue metallic exterior, white vinyl top, driver's chrome sport mirror, front bucket seats interior with newly upholstery white leather, all new dash board, door panels, head liner, & has AM radio. This Cutlass is a beautiful Classic that has been very well cared for. Don't miss this very special car! 

Call or text Scott @ show contact info 
NO TRADES & CASH ONLY!



Automotive History: The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme is a mid-size car produced by Oldsmobile between 1966 and 1997. It was positioned as a premium offering at the top of the Cutlass range. It began as a trim package, developed its own roofline, and rose during the mid-1970s to become not only the most popular Oldsmobile but the highest selling model in its class. It was produced as a rear-wheel drive two-door hardtop, sedan, and station wagon into the 1980s, and a convertible through 1972. In 1988 Oldsmobile sought to capitalize on the brand equity of the Cutlass Supreme marque by replacing it with a downsized front-wheel drive model based on the GM10 platform W-platform. When production ended there was no direct replacement for the Cutlass Supreme, although the Intrigue introduced for 1998 was designed in size and price to replace all the Cutlass models. 


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4 comments:

  1. Might want to mention the engine...

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  2. Not even one shot under the hood either. Must have a crap drivetrain?

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  3. @JG 750, the words "Oldsmobile" and "crap drivetrain" are hardly ever used together, and for good reason, so your assumption is nothing if not unique.

    Assuming this was a stock Olds drivetrain when it left the factory, what would be sitting under the hood would most likely be the 330 cu. in. Rocket V-8 with 310 hp and 340 lb-ft. 0-60 came up in 7.3 seconds with the three-speed, 8.8 with the 2-speed Jetaway Hydramatic. Not bad for a car weighing 3400 lbs, 51 years ago.

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    1. 'the words "Oldsmobile" and "crap drivetrain" are hardly ever used together', unless you add the word diesel to the sentence.

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