Attention Collectors - Unrivaled Documentation -
1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible in Autumn Bronze with Black interior and White convertible top 330 V-8 engine with Jetaway automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, power trunk lid latch and odometer showing 43,389 miles.
An underdash Air Conditioner unit was installed when the car was new.
This vehicle has a one fanmily ownership history and unrivaled documentation which includes Original Sales Order, Bill of Sale and Window Sticker, Original Owners Manual with Data Plate, Original keys and Knockouts, Original 1966 New Hampshire License Plates issued when the car was new, and all receipts.
This vehicle has undergone a comprehensive cosmetic and mechanical restoration in the 1980s and maintenance is current.
A truly unique and beautiful car that has been enjoyed and cared for by one family, it is offered for sale for the very first time on her 50th Anniversary.
OK, so maybe the word “starred” is overstating the case, but if you lived in the Indianapolis area back in 1988, you might remember watching the local Oldsmobile dealers’ television commercials about the new Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme being the pace car for the 500-mile race. You might have recognized the car in that commercial as […]
Pick of the Day was a ‘little old lady’ special ’61 Olds
Being offered for sale after 50 years of single-family ownership, this 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible comes with what the seller reports to be “unrivaled documentation.”
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