This happens to be a well maintain Olds cutlass convertible that runs a drive great. The factory white paint was nicely done and looks great. All the chrome is in good condition including the two bumpers. The power top is in great condition and works great. The 400 V-8 with an automatic transmission runs very strong. nbsp; The console with buckets seats and gauges are in working order including tach. The black interior is in great condition without any rips or tears. All the glass has no cracks or stars. This is a matching number Oldsmobile. Other options are power steering, disc Brakes, and dual exhaust, with cragers rims. Cutlass convertibles of this vintage are becoming very hard to find that are this nice for a reasonable price.The miles on this vehicle are exempt any vehicle over ten years must be sold as exempt unless we have documentation from the date of purchase.... Read the full description on our Website at: www.affordableclassicsinc.com, ... View all the options on our Website at: www.affordableclassicsinc.com.
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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