1994 Oldsmobile cutlass supreme convertible 3100 V-6 red/white/white rust free

Price: US $3,675.00 Item location: Anderson, Indiana, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Oldsmobile
  • Model: Cutlass
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: convertable
  • Year: 1994
  • Mileage: 136,486
  • VIN: 1G3WT35M5RD349434
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 3100 V-6
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: White
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
  • Options: Cassette Player, Convertible, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Up for sale we have our 94 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible in bright red, white top & interior, Has a 3100 V-6 engine with a 136,486 miles on Her, automatic transmission,We purchased this Cutlass about 5-6 years ago with 105,000 miles on her, We are the 3rd owner adult owners, none smokers, & previous owner only drove it in the summer & has been a summer driver for us But was driven a few times last winter, as our truck was in the shop, other than that it has been garaged, That is why we are selling it We no longer have the space for her as we have purchased my wife a newer car, & will no longer have the garage space for this one, & hate to see it out in the weather. But if we have to keep her till spring I guess she will be covered & set on the drive, run & drives great, drove Her on an 2,000 mile round trip last June to grandson's graduation, & on a 400 mile round trip to get the newer car for the wife about 3 weeks ago, had a replacement GM a/c compressor less than 2 year ago, so cold air, replaced the starter about 3 months back, has B.F. Goodrich 225/16 w/ American Racing Wheels in nice condition, top is showing it's age, & the drivers seat is shown in the pictures, has original paint w/ the exception of the right front fender, Previous owner said something fell on it while in winter storage I think the hood was also painted at that time, look at the hood picture, that just happened around labor day I had a buyer that was to come to see it & the neighbor started his mowin, so I cover it with a cover that came with our newer car, it was different than the ones I have had.before.I had a Doctors appointment early the next day it rained & the sun came out & this is what happened. I had a dent guy come to look at some dings in my newer car & he said if we get another 100 degree days ( & that may mot happen here this year) it should go back to normal, & it is not as bad as it was the first day, anyway get a lot of attention with the top down, as this is a 3.1 car it did not come with the rear factory spoiler, so I installed it along w/ the spoiler tail lights, to give it a sporty look & I'm hitting my mid 60's does have a few dings but does have shine, come with the window sticker, all books, white parade top cover, & the storage cover for the boot. also the power antenna doesn't work but have a replacement to go with the car, a( all windows down, am/fm/cass, tilt, cruise, steering wheel controls, that all work key less entranc, window sticker says city 19 / Hi-way 2, this cutlass was built in the U S A., Any way need more Info or Pictures let me know, sold as is with as there is no warranty left on this car, have the right to end this auction early as it is listed local for sale thanks for look-in. I can be reached by phone ( but do not have text on my Phone 765-298-8143 P.S. For Final Payment Please email before You bid or hit the buy now
Also The accident was to the right Finder, was not repainted did leave a few dents, a jeep liberty w/ black fender flares back straight back left the dents & some black from the flared fender, buffed the black off, can send the pictures when it happened ( it was setting in my doctors office parking lot no major damage
I entered a picture of the right fender damage all buffed off except the small dents & a dent guy can remove them if they bother You, they are hard to see. I seen no reason ti do so for Myself