1976 Cutlass Supreme Brougham
UNDER 58K ORIGINAL MILES - Mostly All Original - A True Survivor
· Make: Oldsmobile
· Model: Cutlass Supreme
· Year: 1976
· Body Type: 2-Door Brougham Coupe
· Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):3M57R6R149474
· Odometer Reading: 57,881
· Condition: Mint
It doesn’t get much better than this…This 1976 Classic Oldsmobile, Cutlass Supreme Brougham, 57,581 actual miles, (1) Owner till 2020. Original owner was driving about 20 miles every other month for years. Pampered all its life,never saw bad weather!!! The car was always parked on a lift and covered while inside. Since I had it, it continues to be pampered!
This beauty sports a 350, 4BL, Auto Transmission, Split Bench Seat, Immaculate Oxblood Red Interior, Tilt Steering, Cruise Control, Sport Mirrors, Clock,Power Steering, Power Brakes, Factory A/C, Rally Wheels, (AM/FM/8 Track Not working. Comes with car) was replaced with a year correct AM/FM 1976 Radio.
No dash or vinyl top cracks.Stunning all original Firethorn Red exterior paint, beautiful original landau top (dealer installed), no rust anywhere on this car! All chrome is real nice.This car starts, shifts, and drives like it should. Everything works, runs and drives like you just drove it off the showroom floor in 1976! It is a car you could drive coast to coast and never worry about breakdowns or issues.Defiantly a time capsule! Original spare tire...never used!
AC converted to 134A freon about 3 years ago at the same time replaced the heater core and radiator were replaced. Resent work September/October 2020; (4) Shocks,(4) New white wall steel belt radials. Service; replaced oil pan gasket, oil pump, oil change, value cover gaskets, crank seal, timing chain and gear, new water pump, transmission pan, front and rear seals, speedo and gear selector seal, transmission service and filter, differential service and gasket. Full A/C Service and Recharge. Replace all belts. A lot of this extra work was done only because she’s an old girl.
I just recently got the car (I'm the 2nd owner) and just found a 1975 which is what I wanted originally. I don't need (2) cars. This car is not restored. The only painting that was done; after cleaning the bottom of the car the frame turned white from the de-greaser, I was using...so anything that was black was painted black. When I did the value covers, oil pan and trans pan gaskets those were painted back to their original color. That's it. You can't see it in the pictures but the overall paint is not perfect. No crack or anything, but it does have some fade spots on it. Crappy paint back then. Still shiny everywhere.😎
This Cutlass Supreme is near showroom condition. Thank you for your interest.