Price: US $34,995.00 Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Oldsmobile
  • Model: Cutlass
  • SubModel: Supreme
  • Type: Convertible
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 47617
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 400 V8
  • Power options: Power windows
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Blue
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1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Always respected for their combination of power and style, ldsmobiles were high quality cars that earned their reputation the hard way: by being better than the other guy. This particular '67 Olds Cutlass ragtop is a handsome, apable machine that delivers luxury and performance in equal measure, nd it's a refreshing change from the long line of Chevelles and GTOs you usually find at the local cruise night.The color is a variation on the original code D Crystal Blue, ut rendered in modern urethane it's almost electric. Whatever the name, ark blues are a staple of the Oldsmobile palette and always looks good on the unique sheetmetal curves. In 1967, he Cutlass was Oldsmobile's bread and butter line, ith a wide variety of body styles, ut none are as handsome as the convertible, hich neatly straddles the line between muscle car and luxury car. The paint job is only a few years old, nd was applied to straight body panels offering factory-style fit and finish and a deep shine that really looks great. Chrome is actually very good, ncluding the unique Oldsmobile front end treatment where a two-tier bumper helps frame the headlights and grille. A bright strip of stainless parallels the body line around the fenders, nd the stainless on the windshield surround still carries a decent shine. Original emblems, ncluding the 'CS' badges representing Cutlass Supreme, ang in their original locations on the front fender and deck lid, dding their own upscale feel to the car.The handsome dark blue interior is the ideal complement to the blue paint, nd we're wondering if perhaps the paint was matched to the new interior because the match is pretty darned close. Bucket seats and a console enhance the sporty attitude, long with a pair of round gauges in the dash that were the epitome of "racy" in the 1960s. Everything is in good condition, nd aside from that locking center console with cup holders, t's pretty stock, ight down to the original AM/FM radio in the dash. Other options include power windows, hich are always welcome on a ragtop, s well as a glowing white power convertible top that looks almost new. The carpets and dash pad were also replaced during the restoration, o they're crisp and sharp, ith the lower edges of the dash painted to match the body, o it all looks very neat. There's also a correctly detailed trunk with a new pad and full-sized spare with its own matching cover.There will be no surprises with the 400 cubic inch V8 under the hood, owever. This car was built back when General Motors allowed each division to work independently and there was very little component sharing between the brands. As a result, he Oldsmobile V8 has a unique voice, elivering very respectable performance and legendary durability thanks to their high nickel content iron blocks. All Oldsmobile small blocks are painted gold, nd the air cleaner on this one leaves no question about what kind of engine it is. Power steering and power brakes were appropriate additions to the options list, nd there's a new alternator providing the electricity. The transmission is a TH400 3-speed automatic, hich is an upgrade over the 2-speed Jetaway automatic from 1966, nd the entire chassis is very clean. The dual exhaust system features Flowmaster mufflers that sound appropriately sophisticated for an Oldsmobile, nd it rolls on a set of handsome chrome Torque Thrust wheels wearing 215/70/15 front and 275/60/15 rear blackwall radials.Oldsmobile fans already know this is a cool car, nd if you're not yet an Oldsmobile fan but are looking for a cool drop-top cruiser this summer, ou could do a lot worse than this cool Cutlass convertible. Call today!