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The 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme closed the book on Cutlass-based 442 model, and so we'll always want to cherish it. That's why it's great to find a well-documented, well-respected, and correctly-invested coupe like this loaded example.
The right presentation starts with a quality respray of the factory-correct two-tone package. The silver metallic and gray have the right sophisticated look that drove home the fast-with-class attitude of the 442 package. And providing a proper dividing line is the correct gold pinstripe package the encircles the whole coupe. This also coordinates with the subtle but sporty 442 badging. Not only was this the final year for the Cutlass 442, but it was the only time you could get the later aerodynamic front end, which adds extra distinction to these concluding cars. Part of the sporty look was about providing less chrome than the other Cutlass siblings, and so those polished Super Stock wheels with 442 center caps are even bigger standouts.
Another great sign of care is the way the big coupe doors swing open with ease and close with authority. These are your gateway to a well-preserved and loaded interior. You get nice features like power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, center console, cruise control, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. The factory air conditioning blows ice cold and now utilizes R134a for easy servicing. The comfortable cloth driver's bucket seat power adjusts to your ideal position. Its comfort and support make you instantly aware of this Oldsmobile's luxury and performance dual purpose. The original two-spoke steering wheel gives you a terrific view of the full gauge panel that includes a large speedo and tach a very sporty touch.
Oldsmobile performance came from their 307 cubic-inch V8. This is the last of the great true Olds V8s, and it upholds the tradition of providing big torque in a rugged package. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor and exhaling out of rumbling dual exhaust pipes, it provides the kind of old-school muscle that few others offered in the '80s. It has a great original look, right down to the decals and classic 442 badging on the air topper. Just like a true classic muscle machine, you get a limited slip rear end and sway bars front & rear. And as you look at these in the undercarriage photos, you see a clean look of more recent investments. The 200-4R four-speed automatic transmission is good for quick performance kick-downs and overdrive comfort. In fact, this one has all the right features for both cruising and performance driving such as power steering, front disc brakes, and a meaty set of BF Goodrich T/A tires.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, owner's manual packet, maintenance records, and build receipts. A coupe with this kind of presentation, rarity, and affordability heats up our showroom quickly. So you better call today to snag this muscle Olds!
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