The Cutlass Supreme was Oldsmobile's crack at the personal luxury car segment. It ran over five generations between 1966 and 1997 and morphed into a regular mid-size car. Of course, mid-size was all relative in America, where everything's larger than life. This 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham hails from the fourth generation of the nameplate. With just 22,000 miles, it's a fine example of a time when land yachts ruled American roads.
Oldsmobile is another one of those great automotive marques of yesteryear. It lasted over a century, starting as the Olds Motor Vehicle Company in 1897 before wrapping up in 2004 as a division of General Motors. One of the marque's most iconic models was the Oldsmobile 88, which was produced for fifty years, over ten generations. This first-generation 1950 Oldsmobile Futuramic 88 4-Door Sedan is a piece of American automotive history, a worthwhile classic, and with 86,000 miles on the odometer, it hasn't been overworked.
Named after a type of sword, the Oldsmobile Cutlass was designed to be a heavy hitter from the get-go. Released to the world as a compact car, the Cutlass wouldn't take shape and wow customers until the release of the second generation in the lineup. With a production run of 38 years and various models, the Cutlass marque has been through competition and major external factors. While each model is unique, the Cutlass of the 60s has increasingly become hot property in the collector market. Want to know why? Look at this lovely 1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass F-85 Convertible we have today. With a reported 36,000 miles on the clock, you get that 60s brilliance, good looks and a convertible top that brightens up your weekend.
During the Sixties, General Motors was on a mission to take down whatever was in its path, and iconic cars like the Chevrolet Camaro and the Pontiac GTO were built to take on the likes of the Ford Mustang. While the Camaro was a success, the GTO and its success was a surprise to the folks over at Pontiac. This surprise pushed Oldsmobile to churn out a high-performance muscle car for the masses. The Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 was born; based on the entry-level cutlass models, the 442 was its performance twin with updated styling and performance to keep up with the best in the market. Did the Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 live up to the pack? Why don't you decide to purchase this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Restomod we have today? With just 3,000 miles reported, this car has seen tasteful upgrades that make it go faster and look the part as well.
The Oldsmobile 88 is the automaker’s full-size sedan that ran for a full fifty yuears between 1949 and 1999, across ten generations. Oldsmobile, a marque of General Motors was created in 1897 by R. E. Olds, and sold over 35 million vehicles before being shut down by GM in 2004, as one of the world’s oldest automotive marques, as well as the oldest American one. This 1961 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Custom 1 of 1 is special, as it was customized for YAHOO in 2004 by Hot Rods & Custom Stuff in Escondido, California. Up for grabs with just 61,000 miles on the odometer, it’s said to have been featured in the 2004 SEMA show, and has won numerous awards at shows across Illinois, Missouri, Virginia and California. It’s also reported to have been featured at OLDSMAR 2012, the day celebrating the Founder of Oldsmobile, Mr. R. E. Olds. If you’re looking for a custom car that’s only one of its kind, here’s a nice candidate as there’s no other 88 like it.
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.
Olds Motor Vehicle Company, or as it is known now as Oldsmobile was America’s oldest automobile marque, in-fact it was one of the worlds oldest brands behind legendary marques as Fiat, Opel etc. Established in 1897 Oldsmobile was slotted as GMs mid-tier marque and was known for its revolutionary and trailblazing ideas, design and technology. In our listing is an immaculate 1965 Oldsmobile Cutlass 2-Door Holiday Coupe 442 Tribute Car, with just 60,000 miles on it and available to be seen in Sunny Florida.
General Motors' Oldsmobile produced the Cutlass during 1961 till 99' as an entry-level model, making its debut as a compact car before finally reaching its fullest potential as an intermediate. The second-generation Cutlass featured here was the first to be enlarged and redesigned, with its long body, wider wheelbase, and extra pounds sitting on a conventional body on frame chassis. This second-gen Cutlass has clocked just over 43k miles on the road and is up for grabs in California.