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Here's your opportunity at an exceptionally rare classic droptop for an exceptionally affordable price. After all, you know the factory never made a 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible, but this coachbuilt
example makes this cool cruiser an instant head turner.
This is a rare piece of expensive history. The American carmakers were not willing to get directly in the soft top game in the early 1980s. But a few coachbuilders (often with dealer support) would create what Detroit wouldn't dare. This is an expensive process that would often double the price of the car, but the
results were worth it. Today that holds even more truth as the design of the Cutlass has matured into a proper classic.
The Cutlass Supreme was arguably the best G-body design with a very formal look that included the waterfall grille, long doors, and Olds' tradition of well integrated bumpers. Plus, custom elements like the pinstriping and 15inch Billet Specialties wheels only add to this custom droptop's individualized feeling.
The burgundy leather interior is a great complementing standout color to the bright white exterior. It appears to be original, and it still matches nicely on the seats, carpets, and dash. The burled walnut veneer is some of the most handsome trim for any car in the 80s, and as expected with such an expensive convertible, it came loaded. This one has power windows, tilt wheel, power locks, provisions for air conditioning, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, the Grant 3 spoke wood and chrome steering wheel is the perfect way to enjoy all-day cruising.
Under the hood is powerful 350 cubic inch V8 – remember even the Hurst/Olds cars of the day didn't
get this much displacement. That means you've got plenty of power when you need it, and tons of
torque always ready to go. But more importantly, the 350 V8 really means this cruising convertible
provides grand touring comfort in abundance. Adding to this easy driving feeling is the TH350 three speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
We know you don't come across a Cutlass Supreme convertible from this generation every day. In
fact, we bet this is the first time you've seen one in quite a while, if ever. That's why if you're intrigued by this affordable coachbuilt droptop, you better act fast. After all, when will you see the next one?
350 engine and TH350 transmission. 1 of only about 250 made in the world! White exterior/Burgundy interior,
NEW paint job
NEW (1 season) on the tires
NEW carburetor/ NEW aluminum intake.
Top & rear window in great shape.
100% RUST FREE
Engine in great shape. Just under 100k orig miles.
Interior needs help and tranny sometimes takes long time to shift into 3rd.
Email or Text me for more photos and a video of the car running .
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ALSO - Buick Grand National Rear End for sale. $900
I have over $17k in her so my loss is your gain .

Used Year: 1983
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 1G3AM47Y1DM370979 Mileage: 99,000
Transmission: Automatic Make: Oldsmobile
Body Type: Convertible Model: Cutlass
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Trim: Broham
Vehicle Title: Clear Engine: 350
Options: CD Player, Convertible, Leather Seats Drive Type: RWD
Fuel Type: Gasoline For Sale By: Private Seller
Exterior Color: White Disability Equipped: No
Interior Color: Burgundy Drive Side: Left-hand drive
Number of Cylinders: 8

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