This Olds is a T-top in like new condition!! Completely restored in 2001 and it was the show winner @ the 2001 Portland Roadster Show! It also won top 25 award in 2010 and GM runner up in the Missoula River Run car show in 2010.I bought this car in 2002 and have enjoyed showing it. I lost my husband in 2014 and have not shown it much since. It is such a beautiful car and it needs to be shown and driven. I am the third owner and the 2nd owner is who totally restored it, every nut and bolt. I have the original sticker on this car and lots of pictures of the restoration process. It has a 305 GM (Chevrolet) V-8 engine, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, tilt steering, cruise control, power windows, power door locks, power antenna, rear window defroster, pulse wipers, power trunk release, sport glass "t-top" roof panels, sport suspension w/large sway bars. All the glass is good... no cracks or breaks!! It has custom"3" tone urethane clear coat paint-"3" toned door and body jams, color matching engine, Silver Leaf and 3-color hand brushed pin striping (all under the clear coats) Cragar Star 15" wheels, Trans-Am Dual exhaust pipes & tips. Pioneer CD player w/Pioneer infinity speakers. (All speakers are built-in stock location). I have so much info on this restored show car I can't mention it all. I also have the complete maintenance manual for the 1979 Olds.
Being offered for sale after 50 years of single-family ownership, this 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible comes with what the seller reports to be “unrivaled documentation.”
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