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Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
SubModel: 432
Type: Convertible
Year: 1971
Mileage: 9,000
Color: Red
Engine: 350 ROCKET V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 350 TURBO HYDRAMATIC 3 SPEED
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: WHITE
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Homosassa, Florida, United States

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass SUPREME CONVERTIBLE Additional Info:

A little history on my car and information on equipment: 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. Numbers matching 350 cu. in. Rocket V8 engine with 350 Turbo Hydromatic 3 speed transmission. I have owned the car for 23 years. It originally was aWestern U.S.Acar and then brought to Michigan where I purchased it. I moved to Florida fifteen years ago and brought it with me. The car has always been garage stored. Final restoration was from 2012 to 2014 when some 442 options were added ( including 442 hood with chrome louvers and 442 instrumentation with “Tic-Toc-Tach and neon blue night lighting), a great soundingPioneer CD/MP3 Super Tuner with kick panel Pioneer High Power Speakers. It was repainted, bumpers re chromed, new door handles added inside and out, new convertible power top with glass window, new hydrolics for power top, 14” wheels with beauty rings were replaced with 15” chrome SS1 wheels and Firestone RWL Indy 500 tires (including matching spare), Load Leveler Monroe Air Shocks added to rear suspension, new high power mini starter installed, new water pump, transmission rebuilt, trunk detailed with trunk light, engine detailed and chrome alternator, chrome valve covers, chrome power brake booster master cylinder, chrome dual ram intake air cleaner, Edlebrock Perfomer High Rise Manifold, Holley 650 carb, 355 gear Positraction rear end installed. New high powered halogen bright light low and high beam headlights added. The interior was totally restored in 2015 when power windows were added. The brakelines were replaced and rear wheel disc brakes added(making it a 4 wheel disc brake system) and the master brake reservoir increased to accommodate the change.The original equipment includes bucket seats and center console with automatic shifter, Clock, Map light,Sport Steering Wheel, Sport Side View Mirrors with driver remote, StereoAM-FM radio, and cold factory air conditioning. The bodymetal is all solid with no rust or bondo and onlyleveler filler added to any slight indentations wherever needed before painting. Not liking the “Clone” or “Tribute 442” idea, I added some “432” badges indicating that it is a 4 barrel,3 speed automatic, 2 (dual) exhaust and itALMOST is a 442 with some 442 equipment, but not a genuine 442, although the vehicle i.d. numberironically ends in 442. Gets a lot of notice and thepeople at car shows seem to like it. Paint is excellent with no rust, scratches or dents in the metal. The car is straight and solid and it runs and handles fantastic, doesn’t smoke or burn any oil. Everything works and has been maintained properly. It needs nothing. Buy it and enjoy driving it right now. A lot of classic cars sit around and are not driven. Being a Florida car,this one is driven by me almost every day, so the fluids are lubricating all of the seals and other parts. I have taken it on many long trips and I would not hesitate to drive this car from coast to coast. The speedometer reads about 9K miles and that is the miles since restoration was completed. It has a clear, clean Florida title.