1963 Oldsmobile Cutlass F85 convertible with the following factory options, center console automatic stick shift, power windows, power steering, radio that works, emergency brake warning light and dealer installed Oldsmobile drivers side floor mat.
I performed a mechanical restoration. The 215 cu in V-8 aluminum engine and transmission runs and shifts flawlessly. Mileage is 101,500 and drives like a dream at 75 mph. The convertible top is in great shape and the plastic window is still pliable and 75% clear. The cars paint is still a good , not great, respray in it's original color of wedgewood mist. There was some overs-pray in places that I corrected. Tires are in near new condition. Comes with 2 sets of hubcaps ,original and Oldsmobile spinner spokes.
The clock was removed at some point. Everything else works.
No rust in trunk, what you see is the old matting stuck to paint.
There are very few of these models in this kind of shape that have survived.
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.”
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