I am listing a 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Holiday Coupe with only 31,438 original miles. I bought it from a local auction (being held because the elderly owner was being moved to a nursing home). The auction company found it in a garage dusty, with four flat tires, and it wouldn't start. They aired up the old bias ply, dry rotted tires, and they all hold air for now. They replaced the frozen points, installed a new battery, water pump, and unhooked the bad heater core, before firing it up. It runs great with no smoke out the exhaust, but could use valve cover gaskets, timing reset, and a tune up. They also recharged the A/C, and it works great, blowing ice cold. All of the electrical items work, and the trim has no pitting or major damage (other than both bumpers having dents). I have posted photos of the only rust on the car. It has solid floors and rockers, factory paint, and the vinyl top has no bubbles but is just faded. The driver's side grille is broken due to a minor collision that bent the bumper, and also cracked the hood molding above it. As stated, the rest of the trim is in amazing condition, as are all the door jambs (no surface rust even).
The interior carpet is only faded in some spots, and the only repairs required are recovering both seat backs of the front seat. The original floor mats are still present, and the rest of the interior is very nice (except a small circle in the top dash pad, where it looks like something was glued). If you carefully read the original invoices, you will see this is a pretty loaded car, with the 310 HP. 350, and first year optional TH 350 automatic. It runs, shifts, and drives great, and could even run better with what I have listed above repaired. Study the photos, and you will see that this is a rare, untouched, original, one family owned, garage find, that with an easy restoration could be a beauty.
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