This is the cool cruiser that's likely going get you some survivor
awards. After all, when was the last time you saw a 1988 Oldsmobile
Cutlass Supreme coupe in such a nice and preserved condition? With
its correct V8 power, plush interior, believed low original
mileage, and all-around well-preserved presentation, this is a time
capsule on wheels.
The unique design lines made these Cutlass coupes quite popular
when new. So you probably have a story or two that come to mind the
moment you see that bright dual waterfall grille come into view.
But the reason why you're especially attracted to this one is
because you just don't see them in this kind of well-preserved
condition anymore. The factory medium gray metallic is a great
color for the era, and it still retains the nice shine of a
well-respected classic. It goes perfectly with the tastefully
classy elements like the full ornamentation (even on the
taillights,) mirror-like bumpers, and color-matched Super Stock
wheels. Plus, the gray landau vinyl roof is a true classic American
luxury touch that looks terrific here. And this would be the last
we'd see of them. You may have noticed the addition "Classic"
badging on this car. It was only on the 1988 models - this iconic
generation's final year.
The full-length exterior pinstripe in a lighter gray is a preview
of the full gray interior. Everything remains in exceptional
conditioning on this two-owner vehicle that has barely averaged
over 1,100 miles annually. So that plush velour still has the
velvet-like touch you remember. Plus, all the wood-like trim on the
dash provides extra distinction. This can seat up to six, but fold
down the front armrest, and it provides you with individual luxury.
And because was designed to eat away the miles in comfort, there
are great features like power windows, power locks, cruise control,
electric rear defogger, a tilt steering column, and the factory
AM/FM cassette stereo. You'll be hard-pressed to see any upgrades,
and in fact, we only know of two. The headliner is new (GM fans
know this is a very good thing.) And the air conditioning has been
upgraded to R134a, so it's likely just a quick recharge from
blowing nice and cold.
Open the hood for more originality. This is presented in the kind
of time capsule quality where you still even have the factory
decals. So it's not hard to believe when this is claimed to be the
original motor. This one is an absolute cruiser, but there's also
some performance pedigree in there, too. You're looking at a 307
cubic-inch Olds V8. It's rugged and torquey construction makes it
desirable, and the four-barrel carburetor lets it inhale deeply
(remember the 442 package utilized a similar setup.) For those
times when you're just cruising, you'll appreciate features like a
power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and four-speed
automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
Complete with the owner's manual packet, this is an exceptional
example of a survivor, and now it just needs the right caretaker to
continue its preserved legacy. Will it be you? Call today!!!