1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible: If it's not convertible weather where you are, don't worry, it will be soon enough. Don't wait until the last minute to lock in the very best "summer ammo" available on the planet .... a classic, drop-top muscle car! The Cutlass we are offering here today is exactly what every collector or enthusiast is after. This Olds is a highly original vehicle that has already had all the mechanical work completed. It needs just enough TLC that it will be very easy to take to the next level. The drivetrain has recently been rebuilt, the interior is new, and a top was added in the last year (although it has 1 small rip already). Over the years this Olds has seen minor upgrades like the "442" grill/fender/trunk badging. Performance remains at factory specifications with exception of a great sounding, dual exhaust that exits through trumpet exhaust tip under a 442 rear bumper. If you love the authenticity of the paint, the Cutlass needs nothing at all. If you want to go ahead and start collecting trophies at car shows, a paint job is due. We would not hesitate to drive this Cutlass cross country. Features and options include; Rocket 350 V8, Auto w/ console, PS, PB, Factory A/C, Power Top, Center Console Storage, Original AM/FM Radio, Soft Ray Tinted Glass, Convertible Boot, Tire Tools, Spare Tire (w/cover), 14" Rally Wheels, and Thick Uniroyal Tiger Paw Tires!
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