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1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Hardtop 350 V8 Crate Automatic Classic Vintage C

Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
SubModel: Supreme
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Supreme
Year: 1967
Mileage: 56484
VIN: 338177M157143
Color: Black
Engine: 350 V8 Crate
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Additional Info:

If you're kind of looking for a Chevelle or GTO but not finding any within your budget, perhaps you should start thinking differently. Take this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, for example. The same tidy A-body footprint, a uniquely aggressive Oldsmobile look, and a fantastic combination of power and luxury that the junior brands can't quite match. Check it out. That shiny black paint gives this big Olds a mature but somewhat sinister look, like it's all dressed...up for a night out, complete with black leather gloves and an attitude. The paint is about five years old and shows quite well with no major issues, and it needs little more than a coat of wax to take it up a few levels. The clean flanks are free of messy body cladding or trim, and the guys who did the work were careful to maintain that crisp line that frames the wheel wells and tracks along the rocker panels. Nice! The wide grille with quad headlights was a distinctive Oldsmobile look for more than a decade, and it looks right without trying too hard. Stacked taillights were used throughout the lineup, so there's a full-sized connection to the brand even from behind. Chrome and stainless are quite nice and really pop against the black paint, and while this car originally carried a vinyl top (it was blue with a white top), they wisely dumped it in favor of the ultra-clean look you see today. Bucket seats were rather rare in Oldsmobiles, but if you're cross-shopping from the Chevelle store, you'll be thrilled to see them here. New seat covers with suede inserts and red stitching, a custom dash pad, and matching black carpets on the floor make this look like a grown-up's muscle car. OEM-style door panels are an appropriate choice since they already look dressed up, and the custom steering wheel and center console add to the sporty vibe. And as I said, as an Oldsmobile, you got a few perks like cold factory A/C, power steering and power front disc brakes. Today there's a newer AM/FM stereo in the dash and it wasn't hacked up for the install, and it offers custom kick panels with built-in speakers that are a subtle way to improve the sound quality. Also take a moment to check out the ultra-clean trunk, complete with custom side and rear panels and black carpets. Originally packing a 330 cubic inch V8, this one now packs a 350 cubic inch Oldsmobile crate motor from ProFormance. Cackling to life with that characteristic Oldsmobile starter chatter, it idles smoothly and pulls with torque that suggests more cubic inches at work than there actually are. There's a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, factory intake manifold, HEI distributor, and stock exhaust manifolds to keep it quiet. Fresh Rocket Gold paint on the block and a flashy Jetfire decal on the open-element air cleaner give it an Oldsmobile look under the hood, and thanks to a Flowmaster dual exhaust system, it sounds authoritative. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and the original rear end mean that it's a superlative highway cruiser, and while the ride is smooth and supple, it is far from clumsy when the road starts to twist. Classic Torque Thrust wheels look good on just about anything, and on this Olds they wear 245/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. So take advantage of the Oldsmobile's anonymity, you might just find that there's a lot more car here than you expect. Call today!