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Seller Location: Austin, TX
Car Location: Austin, TX
Seller Type: Private
1 to 6 Grade Condition: 2+ Excellent
1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Designer: Stan Wilen

 

Sept 2015 / Market Estimate: $32,000 - $38,000

 

Chassis Number: 342671M130166
Decoded: 3=Oldsmobile Division; 42=Cutlass Supreme series; 67=Convertible; 1=1971; M=Lansing, MI plant; 130166=Serial
Engine: 350 cid OHV V8
4-barrel Carburetor/300 bhp (est)
3-Speed Automatic Transmission
Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes
Mileage: 11,915 (Showing Not Actual)

 

  • Rocket “350” V8 power
  • Original Color for Eye-Catching Appeal
  • Top Shelf Restoration

 

The Model –In the early 1970’s, Oldsmobile was the leader in the medium priced field and taking up the lion’s share of sales were the mid-size Cutlass models. Top of the line in this series was the Supreme convertible. Sporty, well-appointed and with plenty of power from that Rocket V8, these cars sold in record numbers. Oldsmobile styling was pretty much set in stone with family characteristics that kept customers loyal to the brand. It may have been your father’s Oldsmobile, but there was a wild side too, with the 442. However, the tame, more civilized editions are what made the Division money and with a base cost of around $3,500, a total of 10,255 1971 Cutlass Supreme convertibles went to market.

 

The Car – What better color to order a convertible in than red, and that is exactly what the original dealership did when sending its request to the factory. Finished in Matador Red with white accents, this Cutlass Supreme is well appointed. Optional bucket seats done in white Rosewood Grain vinyl, are accented by the power operated white folding top. Under the hood you will find a Rocket V8 engine that has been upgraded with aluminum intake manual, chrome valve covers and a special air cleaner for that big four-barrel carburetor. A modern R134A Air-conditioning system has been added for those warm cruising days, and the engine compartment looks a clean as a whistle. With straight body panels and expert engineering this mighty Olds would have made your father proud and your mother too.
1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Designer: Stan Wilen

 

Sept 2015 / Market Estimate: $32,000 - $38,000

 

Chassis Number: 342671M130166
Decoded: 3=Oldsmobile Division; 42=Cutlass Supreme series; 67=Convertible; 1=1971; M=Lansing, MI plant; 130166=Serial
Engine: 350 cid OHV V8
4-barrel Carburetor/300 bhp (est)
3-Speed Automatic Transmission
Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes
Mileage: 11,915 (Showing Not Actual)

 

  • Rocket “350” V8 power
  • Original Color for Eye-Catching Appeal
  • Top Shelf Restoration

 

The Model –In the early 1970’s, Oldsmobile was the leader in the medium priced field and taking up the lion’s share of sales were the mid-size Cutlass models. Top of the line in this series was the Supreme convertible. Sporty, well-appointed and with plenty of power from that Rocket V8, these cars sold in record numbers. Oldsmobile styling was pretty much set in stone with family characteristics that kept customers loyal to the brand. It may have been your father’s Oldsmobile, but there was a wild side too, with the 442. However, the tame, more civilized editions are what made the Division money and with a base cost of around $3,500, a total of 10,255 1971 Cutlass Supreme convertibles went to market.

 

The Car – What better color to order a convertible in than red, and that is exactly what the original dealership did when sending its request to the factory. Finished in Matador Red with white accents, this Cutlass Supreme is well appointed. Optional bucket seats done in white Rosewood Grain vinyl, are accented by the power operated white folding top. Under the hood you will find a Rocket V8 engine that has been upgraded with aluminum intake manual, chrome valve covers and a special air cleaner for that big four-barrel carburetor. A modern R134A Air-conditioning system has been added for those warm cruising days, and the engine compartment looks a clean as a whistle. With straight body panels and expert engineering this mighty Olds would have made your father proud and your mother too.

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