Description Brilliant Garnet Red Pearl Base with a Clear Urethane
Exterior Black Leather and Wood Accents Interior Numbers Matching
455 Big Black Engine Hurst Dual Gate Shifter Transmission 81,366
Miles New Power Top Aftermarket Temp AMP 1 of 357 and a two owner
car that was cared for in the last owner's possession for 45 years,
this 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass SX convertible is one of the nicer
examples available! The rarest is the SX convertible of which there
were only 257 made. This outstanding example is well equipped with
power steering, ice cold air, automatic transmission with center
console and the great Olds 455 engine. The exterior is finished in
a brilliant garnet red pearl base with a clear urethane finish and
still shines bright even when it isn't in the sunlight. The Cutlass
is still powered by the numbers matching 455 big block and is
equipped with a hurst dual gate shifter from the factory! The rear
end has the 3.08 gearing which makes the car a true cruiser on the
highway. This car starts with no issue and runs like a champ, it is
road ready and is more importantly ready to win some car shows! It
was recently equipped with a new top and has the factory Y79 and
W32 package making this car stand out from the rest. With just
81,000 miles showing, the Cutlass resembles a lifetime full of care
and enjoyment and has been left fresh for the new owners enjoyment!
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Exterior Color:Garnet Red Pearl
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