800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme is a value-priced cruiser with a cool triple-blue style. It has the kind of feeling that turns back the clock 40 years just by tuning the key and hitting the road.
This Olds catches your eye because it brings back an instant memory. It\'s the kind of coupe you remember seeing back in the day, especially because the factory-correct Light Royal Blue Metallic has been given a proper respray. So there\'s a bright and clean look to the car, and it helps to highlight the well-creased sheet metal that looks so well-preserved. The waterfall grille, bright chrome bumpers, good weather-stripping, clean glass, and color-matched Super Stock wheels are all pure classic Oldsmobile. So you know it\'s an attractive cruiser.
The whole blue package continues inside. The comfy velour seats have a complete look, right down to the factory pattern with button trim. You also have all the correct factory features, like power locks, the Delco AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions for factory air conditioning. It\'s easy to get comfortable for the long haul with the fold-down armrest, tilt steering column, and cruise control.
Under the hood is the 3.8-liter V6. These are hardy motors, and Buick used a variation to add a turbo to make the Grand Nationals. But the aim of this one was all about preserving its smooth operation. The way this Olds fires up easily and runs effortlessly signals a well-respected car that was maintained correctly. This coupe is a great cruiser with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and Oldsmobile\'s legendary supple ride.
The sale comes with the original warranty card and owner\'s manual packet. There are some details you may improve during your ownership, like restoring the half-vinyl top or air conditioning. But overall, you can see that this complete blue package is luxurious rolling nostalgia. That\'s what makes this an irresistible deal. Call now!
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