1965 CUTLASS. 330 V8 WITH JETAWAY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. P/S-P/BRAKES-TILT WHEEL-CLOCK-AM/FM RADIO THAT IS AFTERMARKET BUT ALSO HAVE ORIGINAL AM RADIO. ALL CHROME AND STAINLESS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. VERY NICE AND CLEAN INTERIOR. NEW CONVERTIBLE TOP. THIS VEHICLE SPENT MOST OF ITS TIME IN ARIZONA. ALL 1965 REAL STEEL. NO PATCH WORK OF ANY KIND. ALL SOLID FLOORS AND TRUCK. IT NEEDS NOTHING AND BE DRIVEN ANYWHERE. RUNS-DRIVE AND HANDLES GREAT. FRONT AND REAR SWAY BARS. EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IT SHOULD BE SEEN FIRST HAND OR PROFESSIONALLY INSPECTED.
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