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Here’s a cool car all by itself – the 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass. Bright metallic blue with a white vinyl top, color matched wheels, a clean interior and a lower price tag than big brother 442s. Not only is the car in great shape but it’s affordable and a dream to drive!
This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass is a true classic. The metallic blue paint is beautiful and looks great with the white vinyl top. The pin-striping is very well done and ads a detailed look to the body. The body lines are straight; there isn’t a wave or ripple in sight. To be completely honest, I would say the chrome bumpers are in average shape. The body gaps, door and trunk lips and jambs are clean and rust free.
Raise the hood and check out the 350ci motor (casting # 395558) and the 350 turbo transmission. The proper shade of Oldsmobile gold paint covers the motor while smooth satin black does the same for the rest of the compartment. The headers have some scale on them, but they are solid. There is a chrome intake, HEI distributor, painted alternator, newer clutch fan, new wiper motor, and a new battery. Up front you will see the rebuilt radiator. Notice that the car was originally equipt with A/C, but there is no compressor now. It would be an easy to get the A/C running if that is something you require in your cruiser. The motor fires up willingly and runs great!
Fresh black chassis paint coats the frame and floorboards. The rockers are in great shape, you can still see the spot welds, and there isn’t a speck of rust anywhere. There’s a new exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers, and a new gas tank. You’ll see new brake lines, new fuel lines and rebuilt springs and air shocks. A 10 bolt posi-traction lives out back. The lower control arms have been boxed in for extra support. 4 wheel drum brakes and 14” BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s grace the corners and complete the package.
Open up the door and check out the interior of this Cutlass. All of the wood grain detail in the door panels, dash and console really add to the classy feel of this Olds. The carpet, headliner and upholstery are in good shape. In between the bucket seats sits the console and shifter. A trio of aftermarket gauges under the dash keep better tabs on the motor than the stockers while remaining the only non stock item in the interior – I’m not sure you could ask for more!
With its clean finish, neat upgrades, original interior and excellent overall condition this car is a rising star among collectors! Call today! 7 days a week 248-974-9513