This '67 Cutlass Supreme Holiday SEDAN is a 2-owner, all
original, absolutely rust-free with no accidents, 47,691 mile
survivor that has had minimal restoration. Everything has been kept
in its original factory condition aside from some internal part
replacements. These replacements/repairs include: new front brakes,
new front wheel cylinders, new master cylinder brake and a new
alternator which were all replaced with aftermarket equivalent. The
factory air conditioning,however, likely needs to be serviced. It
has been stored in a garage with regular oil changes performed.
Body is in excellent condition and has a beautiful paint job. It was repainted once and has a super high gloss blue paint. In some places, the chrome shows sign of degradation. There is a chip in the paint at the very corner of the car - rear, passenger side fender. Its original body panels and undercarriage are solid throughout. I've provided many pictures to see for yourself both here and on flickr.com (see below). Otherwise, very good with no rust.
The all original interior is in great condition and features luxurious light blue vinyl bucket seats. All of the seating is firm and comfortable with only the driver side showing signs of wear with some visible tears. The original door panels, rear inner panels, the dash, its pad and even the carpet are in great shape. The rear view mirror has some discoloration. The cars original weatherstripping is showing its age. All items have been photographed.
Engine and Driveline:
The 330 cubic-inch "Ultra High Compression" Jetfire Rocket V8 is factory rated at 320 hp with a four-barrel and provides a high power-to-weight ratio. Gears are shifted automatically by a two-speed Jetaway automatic transmission with switch pitch torque converter. The engine sounds great and is in excellent operational condition.
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