213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 tribute convertible has sleek looks, sporty upgrades, and a freshly restored interior. The small block V8 under the hood is even original to the car, and it's looking fantastic. So while you stopped to look because it has the 442 appearance you love, this drop-top also has quality in the details.
The paint looks to be the factory-correct Bittersweet, and it's the kind of the color you want on a cool classic. After all, this earthy brown represents the 1970s perfectly, and it's a shade that is coming back into vogue right now. That's especially true on this one because there was a solid investment in a quality application that has is a deep finish. But the desire here is also about the total package. The white side stripes highlight the sporty elements of this Olds by showcasing the fender flares. And the same attention-grabbing style can be said for the stripes on the upgraded dual scoop fiberglass hood. Plus, you have to love the way even the white roof fits into coordination. It's the kind of total package that this you'll be giving this classic a nickname (we think it's sweet enough to call "Root Beer Float".) With all this attention to the color, don't forget to check out the brightwork. This one gets it correct with bright bumpers that hug the design, twist-down hood locks, and a great set of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
With the flip of a switch, the roof powers down to reveal a quite impressive interior. This is fresh from investment on the door panels, seats, dash pad, and instrument panel. The ivory color has a radiant look that really loves to glow in the sunshine. So you'll love taking the top down and showcasing this full package. Bucket seats and a center console mean this has the ideal driver setup. There are even nice upgrades like the AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette and the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching Olds Rocket 350. You'll love showing off this powerhouse because you can instantly see they made a solid investment in the engine bay. The freshly painted golden block loves to radiate within the smooth black fender walls for an awesome look. And the details like the belts, wires, and hoses prove the car's quality care. Olds was known for their hardy motors and something so clean and cared-for makes for a great V8 cruiser. So does the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
This one takes the desirable look of the 442 and adds even more satisfying details. The result is an iconic Olds where you really enjoy the quality. Call today!!!
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