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Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
Type: Coupe
Trim: "S"
Year: 1971
Mileage: 34,315
Color: Green
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Green
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Additional Info:

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass "S" 2 door Coupe with 34,315 documented original miles, purchased from the original owner in 2007. I have a copy of the original title and have clear Ohio title with miles listed as actual. The car was Ziebart rustproofed when new, and is in near perfect un-restored original condition. It has been Certified by the Oldsmobile Club of America to be in it's original condition as delivered by the original dealer. To obtain such distinction it must have 100% original paint, chrome, upholstery, carpet, glass and vinyl roof. (For details of what is required for certificatio, see Oldsmobile Club of America - Class Judging - Class 18) so, in the photos attached, the paint and stainless is original from the factory. It's cloth interior, carpet, headliner, trunk mat, vinyl roof, tinted glass, and T-3 headlights are all 'born with' original. The car even has it's original radiator hoses. Drive belts, battery, exhaust, tires, and tune-up items are the only items that have been replaced. I also have the original bill of sale, Ziebart rustproof receipt, Protect - O - Plate, Original owner and warranty manuals, and 1971 Factory Service Manual. As a member of the Oldsmobile Club of America for over 35 years, and owner of several unrestored original Oldsmobiles it is time to thin my collection. Having always been garaged, and Ziebart rust proofed when new, this car has had zero rust ever. The drive train is the bulletproof 350 Olds Rocket with Turbo Hydramatic transmission. It has power steering, power front disk brakes, and factory air conditioning. The compressor was locked up when I purchased the car, and had the drive belt disconnected. I have a period correct working compressor that comes with the car, but with the minimal use I have given it, have never bothered to put it on. If you are looking for a 1971 Cutlass that has survived just as it came off the showroom floor, this is the car for you. The car is for sale in another publication, so I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. No scammers, and I do NOT need your help to sell this vehicle. The buyer will have 7 days to complete purchase. The vehicle will not leave my possession until after funds have cleared my bank.