The Cutlass SX 455 was Oldsmobile's effort to marry high
performance with a personal luxury and the result is this stunning
example. The current owner has updated and restored the following
in the last 24 months: new paint and chrome, rebuilt suspension
including springs, shocks, front and rear sway bars, bushings, new
aluminum radiator, dual electric thermostat controlled fans, new
high capacity water pump, 105 amp alternator, MSD ignition and
distributor, Comp Cams roller rockers and push rods, Edelbrock
aluminum intake manifold and cylinder heads and Holley Street
Avenger carburetor. Receipts for all work is available.
When the restoration was completed the car received a full 4 wheel alignment and a chassis dynometer tune.
The SX maintains most of its original components including the numbers matching original (completely rebuilt) engine, interior, and exterior (with the exception of the OEM hood from a W30).
The performance of this Cutlass is outstanding in every measure: acceleration is awesome, steering and braking give excellent feedback and are confidence inspiring. Here is a link to a video test drive:
This is a top notch example of a rare big block Oldsmobile Cutlass SX that has its original engine. This car is ready to be enjoyed.
Financing is available with extended terms with rates as low as 2.99% APR with approved credit. We can also assist you in shipping and arranging independent inspections.
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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