This 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass S is absolutely bursting with untamed exuberance! A near perfect example of the car built with enthusiasts in mind, this W-31 tribute is as clean as they come both visibly and underneath. The awe-inspiring red beauty is ornamented with the W31 black stripes on its aftermarket fiberglass hood and down sides to add to its luster. Equipped with a strapping 350 engine producing 325 H.P., it will have no issues turning over the tastefully added Weld racing wheels. As a glowing example of a well maintained car, this cutlass is near flawless and a sure to be hardware hoard if you attend car shows. If cars shows aren’t your taste, this fervent machine would allow exciting days at the dragway as well. Outfitted with a 4 speed manual transmission, Nitro 275/60/R15 - NT555R Extreme Drag Tires on the rear, and front disk brakes to get you halted, this car will certainly provide a thrill on the strip. Inside the car has been well cared for, displaying a striking black vinyl interior, AM radio, and added Pioneer speakers, making it an enjoyable drive. To top it off, this lofty automobile displays only 17,967 miles on the odometer, promising many years of enjoyment to its new owner.
OK, so maybe the word “starred” is overstating the case, but if you lived in the Indianapolis area back in 1988, you might remember watching the local Oldsmobile dealers’ television commercials about the new Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme being the pace car for the 500-mile race. You might have recognized the car in that commercial as […]
Pick of the Day was a ‘little old lady’ special ’61 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.”
Pose your classic car next to a classic airplane and chances are your classified advertisement is going to draw a lot of attention.
As part of the unveiling of the new and sixth-generation Ford Broncos, the automaker has prepared an infographic that shares the history of the vehicles, dating to the original Ford-built World War II General Purpose military vehicle, or “GP.” Ford launched its civilian version in 1966 but ended production after five generations of Broncos in […]
With Ford unveiling its modern Bronco, an original exudes loads of street cred, especially if it’s been fitted with a V8 like the one on the latest episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage.” This 1968 Ford Bronco is part of Leno’s own collection. The funny man was gifted the SUV on the eve of his last taping […]
Over the years, BMW has made many cars that truly could be called “Ultimate Driving Machines.” Of these, the ones that embody that idea the best tend to have something in common: the letter M. The BMW M performance variations are the ones that are the most enthusiast-focused cars in their lineup and are as […]
Ford is bringing back its Bronco sport utility vehicle, and this time with a three-vehicle “Built Wild” herd of 4x4s that includes a classic 2-door Bronco and the first 4-door Bronco, which also is available in Bronco Sport guise. Production of the new Broncos will begin in early 2021 in Michigan, Ford said. In addition […]
Inspired by ESPN’s recent promotion of the debut of the Broadway musical Hamilton on Disney+, we recently presented our twist on the Sports Center Top-10 with our Top-10 Favorite Fords. But, hey, we realize we can’t do Favorite Fords and ignore other brands, so here, in the same spirit of history and whimsy, we present […]
Formula One announced last week that it will race at the famed Mugello circuit in September. That’s a thrill as the Tuscany circuit is well-known as one of Ferrari’s test tracks and has a great heritage of racing history. Could this signal F1’s return to the more classic, ‘natural’ circuits? Formula 1, in its now […]