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Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
Type: Convertible
Doors: 2
Year: 1970
Mileage: 111,167
VIN: 342670E188373
Color: Red
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Additional Info:

A cool 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible with a stick shift and plenty of original features (including the V8), and it's all being offered for an irresistible price.
With plenty of gloss in the respray of the 1970-correct Grenadier Red this Cutlass has a sporty attitude. It's not trying to sneak around as a 442 imposter, but the premium Cutlass convertible retains the wide front, sleek lines, and even the color-matched Super Stock wheels that we expect from the its muscle car sibling. That's why this generation of Cutlass has always had an instant appeal. Plus, no one arguably better integrated their bumpers into the design than Olds in the early '70s. And this one even gets the details right, too, with the white pinstriping and white rub strips coordinating nicely with the white folding roof.
But with a flip of a switch, the attitude changes. The power folding top goes down to reveal a black interior (complete with black boot cover.) The red exterior with black interior is the kind of color combo that will once again make people think you have a sporty classic. Of course, the Hurst shifter, tach/clock combo, and Olds sports steering wheel adds to this muscle car feeling. But more than just performance, this is a premium Oldsmobile. That's why you have button-top seating, comfortable buckets up front, and plenty of burled walnut applique on the doors, dash, and center console. And you'll also love the originality where this one has all the right 1970s features - from provisions for factory air conditioning, to the working AM radio with 8-track player.
You get more great originality under the hood with the original numbers-matching motor. People love to see the golden block of the Olds Rocket V8 radiating from within the dark engine bay, and so this one was freshly painted for added flair. And even the air topper still has the "Keep your GM car all GM" sticker on it. More than just look great, the Rocket 350 is an ideal motor to have. Remember, Oldsmobile produced their own V8s during this era, and they have a robust reputation. It gives the dual exhaust a distinctive sound all its own, and you're in full control of the power and soundtrack thanks to the original three-speed manual transmission. And this one is a fantastic droptop cruiser with features like power steering, front sway bar, and modern Hankook tires.
A classic convertible that has plenty of sporty features to back up its sporty appearance. You get it all with this Cutlass at quite an affordable price. So don't let this deal slip away, call today!