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1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass GL

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass GL

$1,900

Gardena, California

Year 1998

Make Oldsmobile

Model Cutlass

Category Sedan

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Oldsmobile : Cutlass 4dr Sdn GLS 1999 oldsmobile cutlass very clean

Oldsmobile : Cutlass 4dr Sdn GLS 1999 oldsmobile cutlass very clean

$1,700

Lemoyne, Pennsylvania

Year 1998

Make Oldsmobile

Model Cutlass

Category Sedan

Mileage 145050

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For sale: 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass GL. The bad: Gas indicator does not work properly bounces back between full and empty. Heater blower does not work on settings 1 and 2. Has a squeaking belt. The Good: Runs 100%. Heat and AC work. Power windows and locks work. Tires are in great shape. Body and paint and interior is in great condition. There are some small dings but really don't show up in pictures. Will have a fresh inspection and title is clear. I have uploaded a video on YouTube of the squeaking belt. https://youtu.be/2Gn-KlH3QLM. Email me with any ?'s and thanks for taking the time to view my listing.

Trim GL Sedan 4 Door

Oldsmobile : Cutlass Rallye 350 Restored Magazine Featured Rallye 350 350 V8 4 Speed Manual 3.42 Axle Factory AC

Oldsmobile : Cutlass Rallye 350 Restored Magazine Featured Rallye 350 350 V8 4 Speed Manual 3.42 Axle Factory AC

$39,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Oldsmobile

Model Cutlass

Category Sedan

Mileage 67552

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information@RKMotorsCharlotte.com 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1970 Oldsmobile Rallye 350 Restored Magazine Featured Rallye 350 350 V8 4 Speed Manual 3.42 Axle Factory AC Year: 1970 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Yellow Mileage: 67552 Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual Engine: 350 V8 Interior color: Black Vehicle Info SUMMARYAwarded Best of Class at the 1995 Oldsmobile Club of America NationalsFeatured in the September, 1998 issue of Muscle Car Review MagazineOriginal 350 cubic inch Rocket V8 / Professionally rebuiltCorrect Rallye suspension / Powder-coated chassisCorrect Sebring Yellow paint / Correct Styled Steel II wheelsCorrect Black interior / Factory Frigidaire air conditioningSale includes restoration receipts and a copy of the car's Muscle Car Review feature articleMuncie 4-speed manual transmission12-bolt rear axle / Limited-slip differential / 3.42 gearsFactory power steering / Factory power front disc and rear drum brakes Given the long-term popularity of GM A-bodies, it's hard to find a factory-correct example that truly stands out. Sure, you can go the LS5 or LS6 Chevelle route, but the best bowties will set you back a small house or two. And the same goes for the most desirable members of Buick's GS family and Pontiac's GTO line. Well, what if we said you could take home a magazine-featured, national award-winning example of a limited production A-body, which many GM enthusiasts aren't even aware of, for under $40K? That's probably enough to get your undivided attention, right? In addition to being a loud, broad-shouldered hunk of the rocket division's best metal, this Oldsmobile is 1 of just 3,547 Cutlass Rallye 350s ever produced. Restored with an acute attention to detail, the car features a roster of correct parts that range from an original engine all the way down to a sorted FE2 suspension. And best of all, these qualities exist within a balanced, fun-to-drive classic that doesn't require a second mortgage! HISTORY/CREATION Historically, the Rallye 350 is a pretty interesting piece. The Big Three seemed to understand that the muscle-car era was a bubble that would eventually be popped by rising insurance costs and increased government regulation. And in the case of Oldsmobile, prolonging the inevitable meant creating a fun, affordable car that was capable of turning heads using a rather conservative small block. To ramp up appeal, Olds compiled various trim pieces into a unique visual package that's highlighted by Sebring Yellow paint and very aggressive striping. Up front, a black, silver-trimmed grille, borrowed from the Cutlass S, rides between a urethane-coated bumper and pinned 442 W25 hood. Styled Steel II wheels join painted sport mirrors and trumpeted exhaust tips to mix a little function into form. And out back, a 442 W35 wing floats over black-trimmed taillights and a second urethane-coated bumper. The end result is a brand of visual punch that's simply unmatched by anything this side of Chrysler's brightest Hi Impact pastels. And, in reality, the package might've been a bit too risqu for Olds' traditionally conservative buyer base, resulting in relatively low production numbers and a high level of exclusivity. BODYWORK During a 4.5-year restoration that was completed in early 1995, this solid Cutlass was thoroughly stripped, carefully disassembled and treated to entirely new body panels with the exception of its floors, roof and driver's door. After hours of hard work, the car's clean profile presented itself as an excellent foundation for correct Sebring Yellow 2-stage. And today, one close look at our high-resolution photos reveals a handsome payoff in the form of one of the coolest looking muscle cars on the planet! ENGINE When this Olds' restorer found his new project listed deep in the classifieds, it had been upfitted with a 455 cubic inch big block. Fortunately, the seller had retained the car's original L74 Rocket 350 and was willing to include it with the sale. Hoist the fiberglass hood and you'll find that original mill proudly displaying a correct 395558 casting number in front of a matching partial VIN. At the top of the nickel-infused block, a big Quadrajet 4-barrel mixes juice from leak-free fuel lines with wind that's supplied by a correct, low-restriction air cleaner. That air/fuel mixture travels in to a high performance intake that's anchored by a traditional points distributor. That distributor feeds fire through proven Packard TV R Suppression Cables, which snake around correct "6" heads that are equipped with hardened valve seats and 3-angle valve jobs. Below those heads, forged, .030 over pistons shoot charred dinosaurs into cast iron exhaust manifolds and big, true-dual pipes. Aesthetically, the car's Satin Black fenders and snazzy gold block look fantastic against its bright yellow paint. Thanks to the pros at Wallingford, Connecticut's East Coast Machine & Performance, the stout powerplant is all day reliable. And the entire set up flat out rocks, from its vintage decals and Frigidaire AC compressor all the way to its re-cored radiator and tagged Delco Energizer battery. DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION The bottom of this awesome Cutlass is completely solid and, thanks to a fully powder-coated chassis, shows no signs of undue wear or question-inducing battle scars. The aforementioned Rocket 350 fronts a rugged Muncie 4-speed that's much more fun than the car's original Turbo-Hydramatic 350. That proven transmission sends power to a stout 12-bolt that's equipped with a limited-slip differential and moderate, 3.42 gears. That driveline hangs in a correct FE2 Rallye suspension, which includes better shocks, thicker coil springs, reinforced control arms and a mandatory rear sway bar. Power-assisted discs and drums provide braking, while turns come courtesy of factory power steering. At the center of the car, aluminized pipes funnel spent gases through buff DynoMax Super Turbo mufflers. And at the corners of the car, color-keyed Styled Steel IIs spin G70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sports around stainless trim rings and rocket-branded center caps. INTERIOR For what was meant be a somewhat stripped-down Cutlass, the Rallye 350's interior offers plenty of visual niceties that give it a much more upscale feel. Open the doors to find sophisticated side panels that are accented with bright stainless and rich wood applique. Step past the Fisher Body sill plates and you'll find clean black carpet that's plush and fade-free. A nicely finished combination of bucket and bench seats mixes a stylish pattern with plenty of support. Between those seats, a factory console frames a long Hurst shifter. Above that console, an ornate dash hangs full telemetry over a standard AM/FM radio. The driver stays connected to the road through a correct Custom Sport steering wheel. And the passengers stow their essentials next to a fifth Styled Steel II/Firestone Wide Oval combination that's housed in a fully restored trunk. AWARDS/FEATURESAwarded Best of Class in the 1968-72 Stock Class at the 1995 Olds Club of America NationalsFeatured in the September, 1998 issue of Muscle Car Review MagazineOUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATIONVintage marketing materialsVintage Rallye 350 literatureRestoration receiptsA copy of the car's Muscle Car Review feature So there you have it a first-class, numbers-matching A-body for under $40K. It looks right, feels right, and certainly isn't lacking in the appearance department. If you're ready to collect some serious trophies with one of the coolest Oldsmobiles around, don't miss the chance to take home this sweet Rallye 350! About This Auction Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, so please don't ask! If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)413-4665. Donald's email address is: Donald.Berard@RKMotorsCharlotte.com. For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. About RK Motors Charlotte Hot Rod magazine named RK Motors Charlotte the #1 destination out of 57 possible places to visit across the United States. Destinations selected included car museums, driving schools, dragstrips, best drives and more. We are honored to have been the only classic car dealer selected. If you ever find yourself in Charlotte, NC give us a call. Our showroom is open by appointment only. Our 80,000 sq. ft. retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. We usually have over 300 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff. Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut- we do this because we love cars! Check out the feedback on our website from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and our cars even look better in person than in the pictures! We look forward to seeing you soon. Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. For sales and general information, call us at: (704)413-4665. Our Service Programs Under our innovative Seal of Approval Exit Service buying program, RK Motors Charlotte customers who pay full retail price for a vehicle, receive a comprehensive, multi-point vehicle Exit Service, carried out by our experienced ASE Certified Master Mechanics at the RKM Performance Center. Customers who purchase cars from RK Motors for less than full retail price, or customers who purchase a car and are trading in a vehicle, will receive our Basic Safety Check, performed by our certified and experienced ASE mechanics, prior to delivery of their car. Learn more about the key attributes of Our Service Programs. If you have any questions regarding our service programs, please contact a member of our sales team at (704)413-4665. For international buyers, please note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans worldwide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. He can be reached at: Greg.Smith@rkmotorscharlotte.com. About the RK Motors Performance Center Regardless if your vehicle is going through our Seal of Approval Exit Service, Basic Safety Check, routine maintenance or a full custom built to your exact specifications, the RKM Performance Center has the knowledge, experience and resources to fulfill your automotive needs. In the world of electronic fuel injection and computer diagnostics, even late model dealerships look a little uncomfortable working on pre-OBD1 cars. There are many independent mechanics and shops that may be able to help, but putting your prized classic in the hands of a stranger is a leap of faith at best. This is exactly why we created the RKM Performance Center. Being proud members of SEMA, ARMO, HRIA and the North Carolina Motorsports Association, the RKM Performance Center is a nationally recognized shop; best known for high level OEM restorations and custom builds. Comprised of ASE certified mechanics, including several Master Technicians, you can feel confident that your car is in capable hands. As fellow enthusiasts, they are passionate about cars and will treat yours with the respect it deserves. Tony Klein Consignment Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 Tony.Klein@RKMotorsCharlotte.com Gerry Notara Vice Presidentof Operations 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 Gerry.Notara@RKMotorsCharlotte.com Donald Berard Sales Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 Donald.Berard@RKMotorsCharlotte.com Gregory Smith Transport Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 Greg.Smith@rkmotorscharlotte.com Showroom 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 704.413.4665 info@RKMotorsCharlotte.com

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass GLS

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass GLS

$4,999

Puyallup, Washington

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Loaded with equipment. Roomy inside. Make: Oldsmobile Model: Year: 1998 Mileage: Exterior color: Interior color: Transmission: Ad Provided by Dealerfront.com

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass GLS

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass GLS

$4,999

Puyallup, Washington

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Loaded with equipment. Roomy inside. Make: Oldsmobile Model: Year: 1998 Mileage: Exterior color: Interior color: Transmission: Ad Provided by Dealerfront.com

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass

$10,000

Clinton, Louisiana

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1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan American Classic. This 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan American Classic is in good condition.- 90315 original miles- Automatic transmission- V8- 4 door- Exterior color is gray with gray cloth interior- AC and heat work great- Fresh paint job- 22 inch iroc wheels- Touchscreen pioneer with 4 6x9- Power windows- 307 engine . Note. See below for history- The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was a mid size car produced by General Motors for the American market. It was always at the top of the Cutlass range. - It began as a trim package developed its own roofline and eventually was mechanically divorced from the later smaller Cutlasses.- The Cutlass Supreme name lasted from 1966 until 1997. - There was no direct replacement for the Cutlass Supreme itself although the Intrigue introduced for 1998 was designed in size and price to replace all the Cutlass models.- Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers are eligible for Financing Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties

1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

$11,500

Huntsville, Alabama

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1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme American Classic. This 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme American Classic is in good condition.- 96000 miles- Automatic transmission- V8- Exterior color is blue with blue vinyl interior- Clear title in hand- AC and heat work great- 22 inch rims- Upgraded sound system. Note. See below for history.- The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was a mid size car produced by General Motors for the American market. - It was always at the top of the Cutlass range. It began as a trim package developed its own roof line and eventually was mechanically divorced from the later smaller Cutlasses.- The Cutlass Supreme name lasted from 1966 until 1997. - There was no direct replacement for the Cutlass Supreme itself although the Intrigue introduced for 1998 was designed in size and price to replace all the Cutlass models.- Third generation 1973 thru 1977- For 1976 the Cutlass Supreme Brougham coupe was added to the line featuring a more luxurious interior trim than the regular Supreme model with pillowed crushed velour upholstery and 60x40 bench seats similar to the larger Ninety Eight Regency. - It also received quad square headlights. For 1977 the Brougham was also available as a four door Colonnade sedan.- Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers are eligible for financing nationwide shipping and extended warranties..

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass

$10,000

Clinton, Louisiana

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1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan American Classic. This 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan American Classic is in good condition.- 90315 original miles- Automatic transmission- V8- 4 door- Exterior color is gray with gray cloth interior- AC and heat work great- Fresh paint job- 22 inch iroc wheels- Touchscreen pioneer with 4 6x9- Power windows- 307 engine . Note. See below for history- The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was a mid size car produced by General Motors for the American market. It was always at the top of the Cutlass range. - It began as a trim package developed its own roofline and eventually was mechanically divorced from the later smaller Cutlasses.- The Cutlass Supreme name lasted from 1966 until 1997. - There was no direct replacement for the Cutlass Supreme itself although the Intrigue introduced for 1998 was designed in size and price to replace all the Cutlass models.- Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers are eligible for Financing Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties

1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

$11,500

Huntsville, Alabama

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1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme American Classic. This 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme American Classic is in good condition.- 96000 miles- Automatic transmission- V8- Exterior color is blue with blue vinyl interior- Clear title in hand- AC and heat work great- 22 inch rims- Upgraded sound system. Note. See below for history.- The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was a mid size car produced by General Motors for the American market. - It was always at the top of the Cutlass range. It began as a trim package developed its own roof line and eventually was mechanically divorced from the later smaller Cutlasses.- The Cutlass Supreme name lasted from 1966 until 1997. - There was no direct replacement for the Cutlass Supreme itself although the Intrigue introduced for 1998 was designed in size and price to replace all the Cutlass models.- Third generation 1973 thru 1977- For 1976 the Cutlass Supreme Brougham coupe was added to the line featuring a more luxurious interior trim than the regular Supreme model with pillowed crushed velour upholstery and 60x40 bench seats similar to the larger Ninety Eight Regency. - It also received quad square headlights. For 1977 the Brougham was also available as a four door Colonnade sedan.- Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers are eligible for financing nationwide shipping and extended warranties..

Used 1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais SL

Used 1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais SL

$3,300

Poway, California

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Used 1998 Oldsmobile 4 door Cutlass Calais SL 6 Cylinder. Automatic transmission. Exterior color beige, interior color beige. Car includes power windows, cruise control, driver airbag, driver side power seat, heater and air conditioning works great, power steering, theft system, and AM/FM CD player. New brakes as of September 2015 and new tires with less than 10,000 miles on them! 21 to 24 MPG city. All maintenance records have been kept up with over the years, including all oil changes, so car runs very well! excellent vehicle for high school and college students.

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4dr Sdn GL

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4dr Sdn GL

$4,895

Port St Lucie, Florida

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What Edmunds Says: Loaded with equipment. Roomy inside. Adequate power. Excellent value.

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4dr Sdn GL

1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4dr Sdn GL

$4,895

Port St Lucie, Florida

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What Edmunds Says: Loaded with equipment. Roomy inside. Adequate power. Excellent value.

Oldsmobile : 442 Hurst Olds 1972 hurst olds indy pace car 442 cutlass original paint survivor 455 muscle car

Oldsmobile : 442 Hurst Olds 1972 hurst olds indy pace car 442 cutlass original paint survivor 455 muscle car

$29,500

Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Year 1972

Make Oldsmobile

Model 442

Category -

Mileage 46700

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Before we begin, I want you to know that like you, I'm a classic car and truck fanatic. I've also been an eBayer since February, 1998 and take pride in only receiving positive feedback over the last 17+ years. I've owned dozens of cars over the years and have made many sight unseen deals (many here on eBay) to buy or sell cars across the country. In addition, I strongly believe in the saying "a picture is worth a thousand words." The Internet has allowed us in our hobby to search for cars nationwide and it's my hope to make you as comfortable as possible with this purchase. I've been fortunate to have the opportunity to care for this Hurst Olds during the last year or so and I personally took all of the photographs and video. These survivor cars are raising eyebrows in our hobby, as more and more cars are receiving the vanilla restoration treatment. My restoration friends and I have watched these survivor cars very quietly increase in value to the point that they're rivaling restored cars. If you really want a unique car, purchase one that's never been restored. If you've owned a survivor, I think you'll agree that they drive better and feel better. There's something about an original survivor that is hard to describe unless you've owned one. Please sit back with your favorite beverage, enjoy the lengthy description, 7 video links, and 400+ photos of this incredibly special, true unrestored survivor, 90+ % original paint, Born-With Drivetrain, 1972 Hurst Olds. Background We're all car freaks and know the story. By 1972, the insurance companies were clamping down the seemingly out of control Muscle Car movement of the last 10 years. In addition, increasing environmental controls were forcing manufacturers to lower compression and add exhaust cleaning equipment to our cars. While Chevy, Ford, and Mopar waved their white flags and exited the Muscle Car era quite quickly, Oldsmobile and Pontiac still hung on and figured out ways how to make their cars go fast. The secret (in my humble opinion) lied in still producing gobs of torque and allowing these big blocks to breath. Even with lower compression, these Oldsmobile 455's lived up to their "Rocket" namesake and moved these warmed-up H/O cars down the road in a hurry. This H/O wears its Hurst badging with pride and is a testament to Oldsmobile's dedication to finding ways to sell exciting cars as the era was winding down. The 1972 Hurst Olds is a necessary car in a collection, as it accurately documents Oldsmobile's refusal to leave the Muscle Car era without a fight. I purchased this '72 Hurst Olds last fall from the 2nd owner in Indiana. He purchased the car from the original owner in Indianapolis during winter, 2014. That's right, this was just a 1 owner car for its first 42 years. The registration records show that the car was titled through the family business, and appeared to be a daily driver for its first year or so (looking at registration mileage each year). Since about 1974, registration records show that this H/O saw anywhere from several hundred to about a thousand miles each summer. That's it. Otherwise, it's been garaged, out of the elements and just given regular exercise. Please take a peek at the vintage photos of the car, with the Indy 500 graphics still on the doors. In addition, please don't forget to take a look at nearly EVERY registration receipt since 1972, the original voided title, and the dealer paperwork that goes with this car. Documentation with a car like this really helps tell this special car's story and I'm excited to have some neat paperwork to document the H/O's history, authenticity, and mileage. Overview Without a doubt, the best part about caring for this car has been driving it. I took a chance last fall and drove the car about 250 miles back to Wisconsin after purchasing it in Indiana. I was incredibly impressed by the way the car drove and ran! After a winter hibernation in heated storage, I was excited to get this well documented Hurst Olds back on the road. The attention this car gets on the street and at local shows is pretty amazing. Be prepared to chat with people! With "Pace Cars" as its theme this year, I reunited the H/O with some of its Indy Pace Car brothers at the Iola car show in northern Wisconsin. Prior to making the nearly 400 mile round trip, I had new AC plugs, date coded wires, points, condenser, cap, and rotor installed. I saved all of the replaced parts and was shocked to see green striped AC plugs and the ORIGINAL wires still on the car! Even the cap, rotor, and points were all AC Delco components. During the round trip, I averaged about 13.6 mpg while travelling at 68-72 mph, a testament to the health of the driveline and overall health of this terrific piece of history. If you're excited about these survivor Muscle Cars, use the previous story about driving to Iola to fuel your fire. Survivors just seem to run and drive better. I can honestly say that something is lost when cars are restored. The doors never close the same, the steering is never the same, and they certainly don't own the road like an original car does. Options What makes this car so special is its unique list of options. Of course, it's a Hurst Olds. But, did you know that 1972 saw the lowest production of Hurst Olds cars? Just 279 hardtop H/O cars were made, which is why you see so few of these today. Even including the convertibles and sunroof cars, just 629 Hurst Olds cars were made in '72. In addition to a warmed-up 455 rocket V8, the H/O package included the F41 suspension package, OAI (Ram Air) fiberglass hood, bucket seats and console with famed Hurst Dual Gate shifter , Rally Pack gauges (tach is inaccurate, clock stopped, but all others operate properly), GM's indestructible 400 TH transmission, partial vinyl top, and incredibly cool looking reflective stripe package. In addition, this car has some other unique options to set it apart from the others. The factory cruise control still operates, the AM pushbutton radio works like it should and holds stations, the factory Air Conditioning blows ice cold!, and the lighting package offers additional interior lighting. Finally, this car appears to have the nearly impossible to find Hurst installed alarm system. The alarm currently does not work, but I have the key. I think this would be a neat project to work on, as it would be really cool to have the alarm operate properly again! Paperwork and Numbers This Hurst Olds is well documented and adds considerably to its pedigree. Included with the sale are some vintage photos of the car back in the 70s. In addition, a broadcast sheet was found in the car and it backs up the car's heritage as a true H/O and documents its other options. The original voided title is included, as well as the Protect-o-Plate, and other dealer paperwork. Incredibly, the original owner managed to save nearly every registration receipt from 1972-2014. These receipts help document the car's original mileage and shows how well cared-for this car is. In addition, I've provided photos of the engine pad, transmission tag, and rear end code to document the "Big Three Driveline Items" as born with this car. I was unable to find a VIN derivative on the transmission case, but it's the correct OD tranny and its production date is correct for this car's April completion date. I have no doubt it's the born-with transmission. The rear is the correct SR coded 3.23 axle ratio and again is dated consistently with this car's production date. I didn't go crazy documenting the starter, alternator, water pump, etc. I suspect by looking at it, that the water pump has been replaced. The alternator has a factory stamp on it and I'm guessing that it's original to the car. I did decode the Quadrajet, however, and it checks out as correct for this car and within its build date. Now, here's an interesting story: while decoding the intake manifold, I learned that the non-W30 Hurst Olds cars should have an iron intake manifold. After decoding the aluminum intake that is installed on the car, it checks out as a December-later 1970 W30 intake! Now, we could speculate for days why the intake was swapped, as other go-fast goodies weren't swapped out on the car. It looks like it's been there forever, but it's a stretch to think that there was a leftover 1970 W30 intake left in April 1972. So, while not correct for the car, I've seen these intakes sell for $1,000+, so it's the best incorrect intake to have on the car! If you need me to get a number off another part, I will do the best I can to help. Mechanicals Set the choke, turn the key, and this car fires. That's it. As mentioned in the attached videos, this car isn't even too cold-blooded. It runs quite well even while warming up. As mentioned, the car was treated to some tune-up items before a recent road trip. The car brakes properly, the suspension is tight, the BF Goodrich tires look nearly new, the car stays cool, and drives incredibly straight down the road. The engine and transmission both leak a bit, as most of my old cars do. This car seems to drip less the more often it's driven, so maybe a few more miles will continue to help those gaskets swell. I haven't hesitated to take this car on longer drives, but please remember that it's still a 43 year old car. Please don't start driving it like your 2013 Tahoe. As far as what I think the car might need: as noted, the exhaust is ORIGINAL! The mufflers have started to leak a bit, but I would continue to drive the car as is until it's absolutely necessary to replace the exhaust. It's incredibly impressive to see those GM stamped mufflers and factory chrome trumpet tips out the back! Lastly, sometimes when passing, the car will hesitate a bit in the upper rpm range. It doesn't completely puke, but it sometimes sputters a bit. This is intermittent and as you saw, the car ran excellent under hard acceleration in the videos. But here and there, under acceleration, it'll hesitate. Maybe consider sending the carb to Sparky some upcoming winter? Maybe it's the accelerator pump? Otherwise, just drive it, as it hasn't bothered me. But, to make a long distance transaction as comfortable as possible, I want to mention everything I'm aware of. Exterior After having several restoration artists look the car over, we all believe that about 90% of the paint is original. There's a section on the driver's side rear quarter that appears to have been sprayed. This section is lacquer checking and extends from the middle of the wheel well to about the H/O decal. The passenger front fender also shows some blending on about half the panel and is also showing some lacquer checking. The photos also show the small spots of rust on the bottoms of the front fenders. I chose to leave both of the fenders as is, as I preferred to keep this car as untouched as possible. If a future owner would like to throw small patches in, it'd be pretty easy to do so. Please note the very minor bubbling under the vinyl top that is shown in the photos. Also, please note that the glass in this car is gorgeous, but the windshield took a stone at some point and has a chip...again, shown in the photos. Please note that although the trim is nice and the chrome shows well, this car has scratches and some dings. I tried to point out as much as I could in the photos, but it's an unrestored car, so some wear needs to be expected with these survivor cars. Finally, notice that this H/O has all 4 T3 headlights in it. If you're not impressed, you haven't tried to find the incredibly rare, 1972 only, T3 headlights. Unfortunately, one bulb burned out on the way home from Iola, so keep that in mind when purchasing. I'll start looking for a replacement... Interior The unrestored interior is as original as the exterior. The dash is gorgeous, as is the console!!! The driver's side seat shows just a little wear in the stitching, but otherwise the interior shows in nearly new condition. If the vehicle was ever smoked in, it's been many, many years, as there's no hint of cigarette smell in it. Just the classic GM interior smell. I'll let the photos talk on this one, but note the dynamite headliner, steering wheel, carpet, and door panels. Wow, wow, wow!! Engine Compartment & Undercarriage I really dig these unrestored old cars and trucks, so I resisted every temptation to start painting parts under the hood of this car. Other than some cleaning of the inner fenders and under the hood, I left the engine compartment as is. I did, however, succumb to my inner pressure, and touched up the frame rails on both sides. Scold me all you want, but this is the one thing on the car I felt I had to do. Both frame rails were full of chipping undercoating and looked super tacky. I carefully masked the pinch welds and needle scaled the frame rails between the tires. I wiped them down with prep-sol and sprayed them with Permatex rust killer. After drying overnight, two top coats of correct sheen black made the frame rails look nice again, like the rest of the car. Note the plethora of tags, marks, and paint dabs on the undercarriage. I had SEVERAL people at the Oldsmobile Nationals photographing the various markings on the car to reference for their own car. This is pretty interesting: note that there are areas of the floor boards where the undercoating has worn off or chipped. The exposed area shows gorgeous factory black paint and also shows how the factory overspray ended up on the floor boards. If time permits, the next owner may want to consider removing more of the undercoating to expose the untouched, preserved floors. Bottom Line If you've been on the prowl for a survivor Muscle Car to add to your collection, I think this is a dynamite choice. This '72 H/O is as honest as they get. It's well documented, has a born-with driveline, has been well-preserved, and drives fantastically well. Please call Jeff with any questions. Thanks for reading! 414-940-8848 Sale Terms and Conditions Please let the 400+ photos and 7 videos of this incredibly gorgeous Hurst Olds make you comfortable with a purchase. However, don’t hesitate to call me with a specific question. Please remember that your bid is a COMMITMENT TO BUY this car. Because opinions of vintage cars and trucks can vary, please have the truck inspected or inspect the truck in person PRIOR to purchasing. Any inspection fees are the responsibility of the bidder. I cannot stress enough that I am asking bidders to follow through on their commitment if you bid. A $500 non-refundable deposit and communication from the high bidder is due within 3 days of the listing's end. The deposit can be paid via Paypal or cash, and I will eat any Paypal fees. The balance is due in full within 7 days of the listing's end, paid via cashier's check (must be verified), wire transfer, or cash in person. Because of its age and mileage, this vehicle is sold strictly as-is-as shown, with no warranties expressed or implied. If you haven't owned a classic car, please remember that this isn't a 2012 Honda Civic. Older cars, even those with low miles, require an increased level of maintenance and attention. When you place a bid on a vehicle, you are entering into a legal and binding contract to purchase the vehicle. This arrangement is outlined in the eBay User Agreement. We also reserve the right to cancel bids at our discretion. We will not be liable for any cancellation of this auction for any reason. We reserve the right to cancel bids from bidders with negative feedback or a bid retraction history and members with zero (0) feedback need to contact us for approval to bid. As with all bids, bidders need to be 18 years or older. As stated above, shipping charges are buyer's responsibility. 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Trim Hurst Olds

Oldsmobile : Cutlass Supreme 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible

Oldsmobile : Cutlass Supreme 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible

$8,250

O'fallon, Missouri

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Relisting as Fixed Price / Make Offer.Due to some questions, it appears that I wasn't clear about the needed body work and the body parts that are included. The new quarter panel skins, rear outer wheelhouses and trunk connecters, front fender patch panels are included but have not been installed. Also none of the new weather-stripping is installed because it should be done after the paint. The car is in its original 1971 paint, there has been no body work done on it in the 18 years we've owned it. Floor pans are structurally sound but I've just found some very small holes. If the body was finished I would be listing for something around $20k like most of the others instead of where it is. The $8250 opening reflects that it is not a perfect car, but it also reflects that I'm not trying to get rich off of the sale - seems a fair price, hope you agree. Lots of financial room to finish the car and still be under the typical asking price for a more finished car.All the pictures in this ad are less than 2 weeks old. This IS how the car looks now.Adding more details at the end. 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible, Red & White. 350/350 with HEI, cold air inlet, dual Flowmaster 2.5 inch exhaust, converted to front disc brakes and larger rear drum brakes, many more details, too much to list. This is a complete original car, never raced or molested, always adult owned and driven. Some of the chrome was removed in preparation for new paint, but that plan fell through. I have all the trim and badges in good driver condition. New quarter panel skins, rear outer wheelhouses and trunk connecters, front fender patch panels, new never installed seat backs and lower seat bases - molded in white, not painted, all weather-stripping for the top and doors, new sweeps for the windows, along with all hood and trunk weather-stripping and more will go with the car. Dash, door panels, kick panels and rear side panels have never been cut for radio or speakers. Console is complete and in good shape, but currently out of the car because I pulled the old carpet and wasn’t going to replace it until after the paint. We’ve had the car for 18 years and are the third owners. In that time we drove it about 70,000 miles, mostly highway. It has 153,700 original miles. It was my daily driver for work for over 10 years, so it was well maintained and upgraded in many ways, the list is too long for here. This is a solid dependable driver, fly in, drive it home. (New quarter panels may not fit in the car unless the top is down.) Several manuals and extra parts will go with the car. Additional pictures and descriptions are available. Thanks for looking. A $500.00 non-refundable PayPal deposit is required within 24 hours of winning bid, with full payment within one week. We can talk about how the final payment is made, but the car doesn’t leave until all funds clear and the bank is happy. Pickup or shipping is your responsibility, but I’ll be happy to help with loading, etc. The car is also advertised elsewhere so I reserve the right to end the auction early..Additional info, some of it may repeat the above description:Updates: front bushings (poly) & ball joints, rear lower new control arms & bushings (poly) & springs, four gas shocks, 1997original transmission was rebuilt in 1998u-joints and trans mount, 1999timing chain & heavy duty oil pump, 2004. As far as I know this is the only time the engine was ever opened up, other than changing valve cover gaskets (which needs to be done again)Water pump, starter, 160-degree thermostat & radiator, 2006-ish. New white top and pads, 2011. Power top motor and hydraulics are all good and operational, no leaks everNew chrome outline trim on dash, 1998The heater core was replaced shortly before we bought the car in 1996AGM battery, 2014Upgrades: front disc brakes, new spindles, newer upper poly bushings, 11-inch rear drums and new power master cylinder, all from Master Power Brakes, new 2005HEI distributor & wires (five-pin ignition module and variable spark module from '79 Eldorado), 2000, - I have the original points distributor 100 amp alternator, PS pump & brackets from '79 Eldorado, 1997, - I have the original alternator, PS pump and brackets air cleaner & cold air setup from '79 Eldorado, 2001 - I have the original. This is the only surgery on the car. I had to cut an oval hole in the radiator bulkhead for the cold air scoop underhood maxi-fuse & relay panel from '90s Olds 88, 1999 - used for lighting, ignition, ready for dual electric fans, etc dual 2.5 inch Flowmaster exhaust, 2004. I think the mufflers are 40-series. Pretty loud Halogen H4 headlight conversion, 2002 - low beams are 80/100 watts, high beams are 90/130, high beams are wired so both filaments come on together. No need for extra driving lights here. Water, oil, and volt gauges from a '90s Chevy van - they fit the opening and were a good inexpensive temporary measure while waiting to find correct factory gauges at a 'reasonable' price. Correct sport mirrors with driver's remote are included. I used power mirrors from a '90s Olds 88, which I thought looked a little better, not so sure now, and one broke when I installed them. Trunk and under hood lights. Has Gorilla locks on the wheels - all the lug nuts are locks.Extras to go with the car: I have a Fisher Body manual, a Service Manual and a build manual.Have the original User Manual.Have new, never installed seat backs and lower seat bases, molded in white, not paintedThings that need attention: The AC condenser doesn't work. It was like that when we bought it and we never fixed it. (It's a convertible)The sender for the oil gauge has a small leak - hardly any oil actually gets out but it is messy and the sender needs to be changed. Nothing exotic, 93-ish GM van sender available at any parts storeJust before I listed it, something happened to the floor shift cable. I haven't looked at it yet. The trans linkage is also connected by hard linkage to the steering column for lock and switches, so the trans can be shifted by turning the sleeve on the column until the cable is fixed. Hokey, but it works until it can be fixed properlyNeeds carpeting and insulation, was going to replace after paintUnderhood fuse panel needs some cosmetic cleanup. Or it could be changed back to stock. Note that the halogen headlights definitely need a relay and I use separate fuse/breakers for high & low beams because of the amp draw.As mentioned above and shown in pictures, the driver seat needs re-covering, others are optional.

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass for: $10000

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass for: $10000

$10,000

Clinton, Louisiana

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1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan American Classic. This 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan American Classic is in good condition.-90315 original miles-Automatic transmission-V8-4 door-Exterior color is gray with gray cloth interior-AC and heat work great-Fresh paint job-22 inch iroc wheels-Touchscreen pioneer with 4 6x9-Power windows-307 engine . Note. See below for history-The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was a mid size car produced by General Motors for the American market. It was always at the top of the Cutlass range. -It began as a trim package developed its own roofline and eventually was mechanically divorced from the later smaller Cutlasses.-The Cutlass Supreme name lasted from 1966 until 1997. -There was no direct replacement for the Cutlass Supreme itself although the Intrigue introduced for 1998 was designed in size and price to replace all the Cutlass models.-Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers are eligible for Financing Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties