Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is pleased to present this
sharp 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass in dark copper metallic & ivory on
brown.GM "A" bodies have always been a favorite- among those who
bought them new as well as car folks today. They are good looking,
ride very well, and were well built with full frames. This 1971
Cutlass is no exception. Even the four-door models like this look
good!This one sports a beautiful metallic copper respray, with
solid ivory color top. The auto vent shades and wide-whites, and
rumble of the dual exhaust make it look and sound very nice. It
fires right up, and runs and drives superbly.Under the hood you
will find Oldsmobile's tried and true cast iron 350 2Bbl. V8, along
with factory air conditioning, power brakes ad power steering. It
still sports all the right parts like air cleaner, etc., a sign it
was never messed with. The odometer shows just under 42,500 miles,
claimed to be original by the owner. It look the part.Inside,
travel back to time to 1971 Oldsmobile classic bench seating, in
beautiful medium brown. It almost looks new, and the dash is in
superb shape. A aftermarket Pioneer sound system was tastefully
installed out of site in the glove box, preserving the vintage dash
radio. It's a beautiful car looking good throughout and is gong to
make someone very happy!
1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Exterior Color:Brown and Cream
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