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Oldsmobile brought us back into the muscle cars days with a taste of the performance we all love. The 1984 Hurst/Olds Cutlass moniker was resurrected in time for the partnerships 15th anniversary and celebrated with this low production run of V8 coupes. Amazingly this particular example is a 1-owner vehicle its entire life-very rare to find these days. The Hurst Olds was never about being subtle and this 84 continues the grand tradition with an awesome silver and black stripes. Plus the aggressive spoilers and hood scoop let you know this meant business. The transformed Cutlass looks fantastic in its war paint and this one has held up well over the last 30+ years. With only 3500 made collectors snatched them up and protected them from the rigors of daily use. The formal GM G-body shape works remarkably well with the aggressive Hurst upgrades and removing all the chrome does wonders for the transformation from plush luxury cruiser to street brawler. Inside the Hurst/Olds got bucket seats and a proper console something few other Oldsmobiles of the era can claim. The red cloth strikes a nice balance between premium and aggressive especially when it has been this well preserved. Oldsmobile performance amounted to their rugged and torquey 307 cubic inch V8 which it turns out is virtually indestructible. You saw the lightning rod shifter and on the road it allows you to get the most out of the motor. Plus on days when you want to take it easy just simply let the four-speed overdrive automatic shift itself. Additional options on this 1984 Oldsmobile Hurst Olds is AC AM/FM radio Cassette Cruise Control Power Brakes Pwer Steering Power Locks Power Seats Title Wheel Cloth Interior and Radial Tires.
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