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April 12, 2018 @ 12:20 am Jdubya 1,236 views 16 pictures Springfield, MO


Incredible 1969 Cutlass S post time capsule with only 12,xxx miles. The previous owner told me that the car was part of a huge Oldsmobile dealer's collection and sat in a warehouse for decades, and that explains the low mileage. The car was treated to a high-quality repaint in the late '80s or early '90s and still looks stunning today. The blue interior is also quite unusual and sports a very rare custom sport steering wheel. Pump the carb twice, the 350 2bbl fires right up, and you're driving down the road just like it's 1969. The car drives great, rides great, and stops straight and true. Options include TH350, PS, PB, rallye suspension, SS! wheels, RH mirror, and more. An aftermarket stereo has been installed in the glove box and speakers in the rear deck. Buy it now and have it ready for MCACN in Chicago this fall. I bought this car because I was looking for a 1969 post to make into a W31 clone, but this car is obviously much too nice and too original to do that, so it's up for sale. I hope it goes to a great home and will be appreciated for the time capsule that it is.
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