Owning an Oldsmobile is a lovely experience. Being one of the oldest American brands out there during its heyday the brand pushed out some of the greatest automobiles in terms of design and innovation. The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was one of those cars. Packed with performance and looks to kill the supreme trim was the one to have and even was the brand's most popular Oldsmobile. Looking to know why they were so popular? This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442 Convertible should answer your question. Located in Ohio and with just 47100 miles on the clock, this mint example is reported to be a senior preservation in the Oldsmobile club and has won many awards. The car has also reportedly seen a full frame-off restoration in 1995.
The word supreme wasn't taken lightly by Oldsmobile as they ensured that you stand out whenever and wherever you go. This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442 convertible takes this up a notch thanks to its Provincial White exterior is reported to be a rare color. The white convertible top matches the exterior hue and helps showcase its sheer size and distinctive body lines. The car sits on a set of restyled theme wheels which give the car a sporty feel. This being the Supreme trim level meant you get a more refined interior which included plush seats, armrest, and many more options. This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442 convertible sports a black interior that is in great condition. The interior is all original and reportedly has the original AM/FM radio unit in the car as well.
Owning a 60’s Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was special in its own right and gave its driver the best Oldsmobile had to offer in terms of body and engine trim. But what if you wanted something more than this exclusivity? This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442 Convertible in all its glory was what you could get. Powering this vintage beauty was the high performance 6.6 L (400 Cu) V8 engine pushing out a healthy 350hp. The engine in this car has seen refreshment to ensure it runs right, being reportedly rebuilt within the last two years with the pistons bored and redone to ensure smooth performance. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 4-speed manual transmission, of which only 1,100 4-speed convertibles were made. Being the top of the line option, you also get power steering to ensure a pleasant driving experience and power brakes with disc brakes upfront to ensure this performance land yacht comes to a steady halt.
Car Location: Ohio Provincial White exterior - rare color reported Black interior 4 speed manual transmission - reported to be 1 of 1100 4 speed convertibles 442 designation White top 400cid V8 engine Car has been reported to have won plenty of awards Full frame off restoration reported in 1995 Engine over hauled within the last two years Pistons bored and redone Power steering Power brakes - discs up front AM/FM radio - original unit reported Senior preservation in Oldsmobile club reported
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