213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
One-owner cars are always something special, and so we're always on the lookout for them. That's what makes this 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass so special. It's a classic coupe with A/C and V8 power... and this is your rare opportunity to be its second owner in its half-century life!
When you're going to have a classic that you'll love talking about its history, it also helps to have the right color combo. The factory-correct Bamboo with Burnished Gold roof have those ideal 1970s tones. This car was genuinely driven and correctly cared for by only one owner so far, and that also meant it was given good investments along the way. For example, this Cutlass S was repainted about half-way through the ownership. It presents nicely with no major imperfections, so it's up to you to decide if you really need to invest in an extra golden glow on the distinct hardtop profile. And everything signals that this Olds was cherished over the decades. You see in in the details, like the complete trim, the tight fit of the chrome bumpers, and the way the doors have a confident action.
The golden glow of the hardtop also gets you ready for the full gold interior. You paid a premium to get the Oldsmobile name back in the day, and so there are plenty of luxury touches throughout. It starts with the gold vinyl bench seat with cloth inserts. This interior was redone about the same time as the paint, and so the presentation is correct but fresher. Many of the best original pieces remain, like dual-spoke steering wheel and the working AM radio. And the factory air conditioning is blowing nice and cold. So feel free to roll down all the windows and enjoy this distinct hardtop to the fullest.
Under the hood is the unmistakable golden block of an Olds V8. It's hard to believe it's anything but original when you have a partial VIN match and the only owner says this is factory motor. The odometer is believed to represent actual mileage... with it twice rolled over! This powerhouse continues to run quite well for multiple reasons. Olds were responsible for their own V8s during this time, and they have a particularly robust reputation. And that is enhanced when the car has been cared for by only one person, and he even had a complete rebuild about half-way through his ownership. The numbers-matching three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt at the same time as the motor for easy driving. Plus, you have power steering and power brakes with discs up front.
The sale comes complete with the dealer invoice, original warranty card, owner's manual, and maintenance records. We all want a car with a story to tell, and this one-owner Cutlass has one of the best around. Don't miss this unique opportunity, call today!
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