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1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Base 5.4l on 2040-cars

Year:1967 Mileage:84887 Color: Brown /
 White
Location:

Mountain City, Tennessee, United States

Mountain City, Tennessee, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:U/K
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS Naturally Aspirated
Fuel Type:GAS
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:

Used

Year
: 1967
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
Trim: Base
Power Options: Air Conditioning
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Mileage: 84,887
Sub Model: Supreme
Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: Brown
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: White

This Cutlass was totally restred last winter and was completed this spring. It was a virtually rust free 84K mile survivor before restoration. there were 3 SMALL rust spots which were totally cut out and sandblasted and treated before welding in patch panels. None of the rust spots were more than 4 square inches. It has a complete new interior except the door panels which just needed cleaning. The car was professionally painted, wetsanded and buffed in an original Oldsmobile color called "saddle mist poly" with a "palomino white" top. The 330 CI V8 has had a complete tune up and runs perfect. The front end has been totally rebuilt with new ball joints, sway bar bushings, etc. The transmission functions properly. The air conditioning blows ICE COLD. No overheating issues and can be driven anywhere. The wheels are 18" BMW Msport wheels from a 98 BMW 740iL, the rubber is in good shape but not new. I installed a "Classic stereo" that looks like the original and even say's "Oldsmobile" it is AM?FM and has an auxillary input for Iphone or MP3 player.

I have a 100% seller feedback rating and I aim to keep it that way. I will tell you everything I can think of right now good OR bad. This car is totally restored except it was not a "frame off" restoration. I left the underside and engine compartment just as they were when I bought it. I have driven the car some this summer and I get a lot of compliments (especially on the paint job quality and color). This is NOT a 100% PERFECT paint job BUT it is VERY close (probably 90%) I chipped the cowl a little right after paint installing a windshield wiper arm and one more final polish would make it look even better but it is awesome looking as it is. I do have the original hubcaps in excellent condition but the rims seem to have dissapeared. The hubcaps are included in the auction price. If you don't want the BMW rims I would negotiate a discount if I can keep them. The "package shelf" behind the seat is missing but I have extra headliner material to make a new one, it is very easy to do with interior dense cardboard. The trunk pan is solid with no rust. The floorboards were in good condition except the passenger front and I replaced the whole pan with an aftermarket pan made just for this car. I also patched about a 3 square inch spot on the rear passenger pan. The car has ALL NEW WEATHERSTRIPPING and door felts and a new windshield. All of the glass was removed and the glass channels sandblasted to remove any surface rust and reinstalled properly. The stainless trim is in excellent condition, there is one wheel opening trim that has a little dent in it but not very bad. The front and rear bumpers do have some spots of surface rust and to be a show car should be rechromed but they are straight and solid and look fine for a "driver". there is some minor pitting on the tailight bezels and door handles. All of the trim and bumpers were removed before paint there was NO masking off trim and this is the only way to paint a car properly and avoid problems later on. The car was completely disassembled during restoration.

There are so many more things I could tell you about this car but I am getting tired of typing and I really can't think of everything right now so IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS JUST MESSAGE ME AND I WILL ANSWER HONESTLY. I have sold a few cars on Ebay and bought a few and I believe the best way to protect yourself is to ask a lot of questions and or come and inspect the car and form your own opinion. I have bought and restored several cars over the years, I do it because I have a passion for old vehicles and I enjoy the hobby. I don't do it to make money I do it because I enjoy it, as a matter of fact I am lucky to break even on them. I am selling because I only have so much dry storage space and money and I have another vehicle I just found and I want to buy it and restore it.

Thanks for checking out my listing and message me if you have questions or would like to see any pictures of something in particular. HAPPY BIDDING!! Marty

 

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