1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX Restomod

Price: US $134,995.00
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Oldsmobile
  • Model: Cutlass
  • SubModel: Supreme SX Restomod
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Supreme SX Restomod
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 49126
  • VIN: 342571M194777
  • Color: Gold
  • Engine size: LS7 V8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: --
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1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX Restomod

There's just something absolutely awesome about a car that has been customized over every inch, and yet still appreciates its history. That's why you need to take some time with this 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX Restomod. It's a show-stealing build with an awesome body, full custom leather interior, and a full custom suspension built by a true master. And while you get a modern fuel-injected LS7 heart, they made sure to enlarge it so that you have a true Olds-lover's 455ci powerhouse.

This hardtop coupe was built to a gold standard, and so it earns its awesome Barrio Gold paint. It has the kind of gloss and shine that lets you know the investment in the paint alone likely rivals what many people pay for a whole restoration. That's because this car is a professional built by Jeff Schwartz and Schwartz Performance. So when you have a business that specializes in upper-echelon customs, a personal project needs to be held to the highest standards. It's a detail-oriented build with the kind of package that you'll love taking to every car show. The black accents look great against the gold as they also highlight some of the coolest pieces, like the power bulges of the functioning hood scoops and the classic rocker trim. And we love how the custom stripes on the sides highlight the crisp body panels and the terrific curves that make us love the Cutlass. And there's plenty of sophistication here. You see it on classic pieces, like the form-hugging chrome bumpers. It's also on the well-integrated upgrades, like the custom color-matched Forgeline SP3P wheels. You can instantly see why this car has an award-worthy level of cool, but there's more than just flair. This is built as a Cutlass SX. That gives it one of the most interesting stories in muscle car history. Olds skirted some of the insurance premiums in the 1970s with a rare run of premium SXs that also had serious 442-style power under the hood. So as you look at the full picture on this custom, you'll see how it holds tradition by blending luxury and muscle into one complete package.

All the black accents of the exterior give you a preview of the full black interior. And you can just tell they spent extra time on this fresh and dark presentation with the terrific details, like how the carpeting piping is done in gold to coordinate with the exterior. The dual luxury and sporting nature of this custom SX is instantly apparent inside the moment you spot the power bucket seats. These are modern Recaro units that hug your body and are finished in a supple leather. The rear seats have even been upholstered to match. This has a nice classic look with plenty of smooth wood-like trim. But this one also gives you all the best amenities you want for modern driving, like cold-blowing air conditioning, power front windows, power locks, power steering, and the stereo is an upgraded Focal sound system that has a special tray so you can plug in you iPod. Your right hand is instantly attracted to the Hurst floor shifter, and your left one will love the classic Olds performance steering wheel on a tilt column. Plus, you have the full sporty round gauge package that includes the cool tic toc tach.

Under the hood is more of this terrific blend of vintage and new. It starts with the classic-style air grabber that even includes the right classic decals. And we know you love how the hood scoops genuinely push fresh air directly into it. But the beast its feeding is quite a different animal. Those golden valve covers pay tribute to Oldsmobile, but they also announce modern LS V8 power. This fuel-injected LS7 carte motor has been specially built with a Lunati stroker kit to make sure this has the right 455 cubic-inch displacement that signals a true mighty Oldsmobile. This extra clean presentation is ready to show off today, so it's ready for the car show the moment you leave our showroom. With all the added performance upgrades, this is reported to make about 600 horsepower. You harness it fully with a Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission from D&D Performance. This feeds a Winters 9-inch floating rear end w/aluminum center section. This kind of power needs a firm foundation, and so that's what makes this Schwartz Performance build even more desirable. They specialize in strong full custom frames and suspension. So when it's an owner build, it's not only solid, but also so beautiful that you'll put a mirror under this one at the car shows.

There are so many more details to go over on this full custom build (everything from the magazine feature story to the Baer four-wheel disc brakes.) So call us for all the info. But you already know this coupe turns any garage into a showplace. So if you demand a full custom that still gets approving nods from the best classic car crowds, call today!