This is a 1969 Cutlass S Club Coupe W31 Recreation . Most of the
W31 parts that were used on this build, came off of a true W31
donor car. Parts were sand blasted, cleaned and re-installed on
this very nicely done tribute car. All the factory decals, paint
markings etc...were carefully recreated back on this Cutlass. The
350 cu. in engine runs extremely strong mated up to it's Turbo 400
automatic transmission with the Hurst Shifter. The current 411:1
posi rear end really throws your head back when you step on the
gas! It is a true Canadian Built Cutlass that was a radio delete
car from the factory. The engine was rebuilt using W31 engine
specs...cam, valves, pistions, compression etc...It also has power
steering and brakes for ease of driving. All of the lights and
electrical components work except for the fuel gauge. The factory
Topaz exterior color paint looks exceptional! The chrome and trim
are like new as well. The black bucket seats along with the rest of
the interior looks new as well. It also has the rare W 27 quick
change style rear end which looks great. The undercarriage looks
absolutely new with every nut and bolt being replaced during the
restoration. I tried to photograph all of the casting numbers for
the heads and block so may decode them if you wish. The wheels and
tires are like new. The drives out beautifully and handles great.
It has plenty of power to throw your head back in the seat! Please
Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and
Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25
cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass
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