800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham is an ultra-low mileage coupe with a ton of originality. It's a V8 cruiser that you'll love for everything from its intricate style to the loaded A/C interior.
Oldsmobile always seemed to know how to deliver style. The front end makes a well-defined statement with a pointed middle and waterfall grilles that have the sharp drop-off of Niagara Falls. The rear has more of the crisply-defined look, and its nicely detailed, right down to the badging within the taillights. This is said to be a factory paint vehicle, and it has not only survived, but thrived! So you'll love the gloss that's still in the metallic brown finish. It's the kind of preservation you get on a car that has averaged only about 450 miles annually. This is also a premium Brougham trim, and so the tan brown vinyl top and matching pinstriping give you that cool 1970s-style upper-class appearance. Bright chrome bumpers, complete trim, and color-matched Super Stock wheels are all part of this impressive and stock package.
The earth tones of the exterior coordinate nicely with the tan interior. The pillow-top striped cloth pattern and matching door panels really give you more of the distinct Brougham-level classic cool. The headliner, carpeting, and dash also all show signs of being factory original in this survivor-grade Olds. While these intermediates have plenty of room to carry all your family and friends, this is a very driver-oriented setup. That's why the split front bench gives you the choice of seating up to six, or you can fold down the front armrest for individual comfort. There's a tilt steering column, and the controls are all tilted towards you. Plus, the dual pod gauges are always a nice touch. You've got the vintage Delco AM/FM radio is still cranking out tunes, and the factory air conditioning has been upgraded to R134a refrigerant to keep you comfortable in modern times.
Open the hood to see a very honest and original-style engine bay. This is the mighty Oldsmobile Rocket 350 V8, and it's believed to be original to the car. And as you dig a little deeper, you also see the right signs of proper maintenance, including the water pump, belts, and A/C all recently serviced. The V8 fires up strong as it inhales deeply from the four-barrel carburetor. Even with the ultra-low miles, an affordable Olds like this is the kind of classic you want to drive. That's why it has features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with front discs.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the kind of coupe that you're going to be taking to survivor shows. So if you love a true vintage premium machine, don't miss this Olds. Call now!
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