This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible has the right
originality where you want it - like the V8 under the hood and A/C
interior. But it's a well-restored car that also has a cool upgrade
to 442 style to make this drop-top a true standout total
Red is always a great color for a convertible, and you'll really
like the gloss this gives off when this sunshine-friendly classic
is outside. But the desire here is also about the total package. It
has a proper 442 look with the badging, dual exhaust tips in the
notched bumper, and the wide rear spoiler. The white side stripes
highlight the premium and sporty elements of this Olds by
showcasing both the fender flares and the straightness of the
sheetmetal. Plus, the white convertible top coordinates with the
stripes so nicely. With all this attention to the color, don't
forget to check out the brightwork. For example, the bumpers have
been re-chromed so that you really get to show off how integral to
the car's style. And the color and chrome come together perfectly
on Super Stock III wheels.
With the flip of a switch the white roof powers down to reveal the
white interior. So you get a well-coordinated and premium look with
the top up or down. You have a wide bench seat up front so that you
can take up to five family and friends along with you. But for
those times when you're just cruising solo, there's also a
fold-down armrest for individual comfort. And no matter how many
people are along for the ride, there are great features like the
working AM/FM radio and cold-blowing factory air conditioning. This
was given a careful restoration later in life, and you see the
level of quality right down to details, like the wood-like trim and
working courtesy lights. Plus, you'll love how this is a driver's
classic with the Olds sports steering wheel, big round gauges
(including a cool tic-toc-tach,) and an auxiliary readout trio to
keep you fully informed.
Open the hood to see the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. It
looks terrific with the famous gold paint on the block and valve
covers and a shining air topper. Oldsmobile made their own motors
in this era, and they're known for their robust power. So it's
great to have this furthered by a four-barrel carburetor and
upgraded MSD ignition. As you look underneath the car, there's a
freshness here that reminds you of the total restoration
investment, and you'll also spot upgrades like the rear sway bar.
So it's the kind of classic that gives you confidence on the road.
Plus, there's easy driving features like power steering, power
brakes w/front discs, and the numbers-matching three-speed
A Cutlass Supreme convertible with all the right features and
restored for some extra 442 flair. This is a cool classic that
you'll want to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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