Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible is a premium classic convertible with nice power options, a new top, slick paint, and its numbers-matching V8. But that's not what first caught your eye. After all, those modern wheels let this one stand above the rest...literally.
This was born a Palm Green drop-top, and while that looks good on a 1970s machine, this is an upgraded cruiser. So the modern upgrade to dark green is ideal. It still keeps some of the original attitude, but now it has timeless appeal. That's especially true because it's a quality application with a good gloss that helps highlight the well-fitting body panels. Bright chrome bumpers that hug the form, full-length side trim, and 442-style dual exhaust tips make this look good. But what attracts all the attention are those 22-inch Forgiato wheels. They strike the right look of a sporty bold style with a touch of Donk appeal.
The tan roof is a newer piece that fits well and has a nice glass back window. So this Olds looks great with the roof in place. But we also really like the style when you take it down. The Jade interior gives you that classic style that's always fun to show off. After all, an olive-like color with plenty of wood-like trim is pure 1970s cool. It has a highly original style, which is imperfect, but impressive considering this has passed the half-century mark. In fact, you'll be hard-pressed to find any upgrades besides the Forgiato steering wheel that thoughtfully matches the exterior alloys. And you'll spot plenty of terrific features like the front bucket seats, a center console, in-between, a floor shifter, and provisions for factory air conditioning (it will need to be hooked up again and serviced.) Plus, power windows and a power convertible top are a great duo to make it easy to open this Olds up to the world.
Oldsmobile people know that real Olds motors have a great hardy reputation, and this is the numbers matching 350 cubic-inch V8 in the engine bay. It looks very well maintained with the bright golden block, newer hoses, newer wires, and a four-barrel carburetor on top. And the way this fires up and runs reaffirms its strong and respected nature. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, newer BMR rear springs, and a three-speed automatic transmission make for an easy all-around cruiser.
The sale comes complete with the factory buildsheet, original warranty card, and owner's manual. Well-done originality with a little extra flair added into the mix. This really shows off what a premium Olds drop-top classic is all about. So don't miss this value-price deal. Call today!!!
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