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1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Coupe 2-door 4.3l on 2040-cars

US $4,500.00
Year:1977 Mileage:77000
Location:

Ransomville, New York, United States

Ransomville, New York, United States

1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4.3L (260) with 5 speed manual transmission (have rebuilt 403 for sale on another auction that will drop right in or fit a Pontiac Trans Am etc.) I have had the car for almost 2 years and love it. However, I need to sell for another project I am working on. Gets great gas mileage for V8 with 5 speed on the thruway. Only 77,000 miles. Was told this was a barn find. I bought it from a dealer in OH that picked it up, threw a decent paint job and new alternator on it etc. Since then I put a brand new brake power booster, used ralley gauges, new master cylinder, rear seat upholstery, package tray, door felts, rear shocks, cd player/radio with amp (should rewire as when amp is hooked up it drains battery). I have new rear springs but havenít put them in yet. Car starts and drives good but if I were to keep it I would put in the new rear springs I have as well as new front shocks and springs etc. tires are good. The paint job is a 10-20 foot car. There are some scratches and minor dings but the only real fix it needs is there is some damage to the driver rear wheel well. Go figure when I was towing it home from OH the tire blew and bent/cracked a little bit in front and rear bottom of the wheel well. A local shop said they would fix that and scratches for $350-400 and sheíll look like new again. The dash has cracks and I would install a new carpet but people are always impressed that this 40 years old car is as good as it is. The frame is good, trunk has some minor surface rust but the engine compartment really clean. Overall good shape for all original 1977. Iím sure I might be missing something here or there so feel free to come down and check it out or email me with question. Oh, probably needs a new battery because the power amp was draining it while in storage. For buy it now only Iíll put a new one in. Please call me with questions at 716-818-7163 or i can send more pics etc. Thanks for looking and good luck!

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