Oldsmobile Cutlass S
1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Convertible
Mechanically in great shape - needs paint and seats mounted
I have owned the car since 2002. In the middle of a 2nd rehab, but it is time to sell. (Look at my '69 truck for sale)
Motor, transmission, front end suspension, brakes, alternator, plugs, wires, cap and rotor all recently upgraded.
Mechanical is way more important to me than pretty paint and wheels.
Next steps were for paint and have new seats installed.
Only 3000 miles on rebuilt Rocket 350 motor and 3 speed automatic transmission
All new brake system - Front end converted to front disc brakes
Chromed exhaust headers feed into 40 Series FlowMaster exhaust with cross-pipe
Rebuilt front-end suspension
Heavy duty shocks
Custom 17" Boss rims with unidirectional low-profile tread tires
Additional gauges: Tachometer mounted next to steering column
Oil pressure, water temperature mounted below dash
Custom steering wheel - original wheel comes with the car
I have the seats, but have decided not to install them because you may not like them as they are not stock
Recently purchased reproduction seat mounting plates and rails that seats are mounted too
Custom-made roll bar installed that dramatically helps with body flex - can be easily removed and reinstalled
Shoulder-belt seat belts installed. Mounted to body frame with relay pulley attached to roll bar
New carpet installed - which is why kick panels with speakers and sill plates are not installed in photos
Dynamat coating (aluminum coated asphalt sound insulation) inside trunk lid to avoid 'tin cans in the trunk' rattle
Interior floor is coated in same type of product. Door interiors were next on the list.
AM/FM CD with Aux input and remote control
400 watt amp powers two 6x9 speakers in back seat / two 5.5" rounds in front seat kick panels
Subwoofer cube in trunk powered by 300 watt amp.
Replaced glove box interior cube to shiny and new. Lock needs to be replaced
Replaced both door locks
Needs new 'securing ring' surround for key ignition
The 3rd nacelle in the dash is designed to hold a clock which I purchased
Original 1968 Olds Cutlass clock included in sale. Not sure if functional. Not installed
Dash board top is NOT cracked and has a black felt dash pad cover
Rearview mirror from 1990s Ford Mustang w/two lights on bottom of mirror that light up on entry
Remote key fob electric locks (driver's door lock is fussy this week)
Hidden buttons under edge of dash operate electric door locks while in vehicle
Carbine Alarm system with in-car radar sensor, door, trunk, hood sensor
Ignition upgraded to electronic below rotor cap
Ford electronic starter bypass ensures it always starts as stock GM design overheats
Electric fuel pump installed to support carburetor upgrade
New wiper switch
New headlight switch
8 year old convertible roof in good shape except for two recent (cold weather) slits above side windows
New Landau convertible cover included to cover roof behind back seats when lowered
All branding labels removed prior to repaint last repaint
Chrome trim strips that ran along top of fenders and doors removed prior to last paint
Original transmission was 2-speed - upgraded to 3 speed
Front brakes were stock drums upgraded with disc conversion kit
Original bumpers and hood. No thin metal aftermarket replacement parts.
Both bumpers previously re-chromed
The car was painted 10 years ago but the clear coat on it has freaked out and started to peel
Body in very good shape. Very good rust abatement at last repaint. Spot by driver's door sill.
Some butthead tapped the left rear side marker pulling out of a parking space.
This is a 51 year old car. There are issues. I will tell you everything you want to know.
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