31k Mile 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass

1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

This is an extremely clean 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme that hides from rust and soaks up the sun in beautiful, sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It can be purchased for $12,500 or you can try to make an offer the seller can’t refuse. Documented in the listing is a clear title, 31,080 original miles, and a VIN. The seller says a video of the car is available upon request. You can view more on eBay.

1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

A new fuel pump, filter and gas tank sending unit have all been installed to supply the LV2 307 cubic-inch V8 with the combustible liquid it needs to come to life. Attached to that engine is a TH350 automatic transmission. The car also has an F41 firm ride and handling package equipped. Stopping is provided by power front disc and rear drum brakes. To cool yourself down while cruising in the hot Florida sun, the air conditioning has been converted to R22 and a new compressor helps it to function properly, blowing ice cold into the cabin.

1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

As a garage kept car, the #59 Frost Beige lacquer paint is all original shining beautiful in the warm Florida sun. Inside is a #67 Dark Briar, a warm brown interior that compliments the exterior color magnificently. Power seats are installed and the front seat is a three passenger split by a center arm rest. If the engine and wind noise are not your ideal driving sounds, an AM/FM stereo is home in the dashboard to provide entertainment. Only two minor flaws put a small damper on this car. The first is that the gas gauge does not read accurately at all times. Second, is that the speedometer cable needs to be greased.

1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Supplemental parts are included in the sale. Those include original wire wheel hubcaps, an extra steering wheel, fender trim, belt line felts, and an antenna. The one equipped does not raise and lower. In this condition, as a ready to run daily driver, it is not unreasonable for the seller to be asking the amount that they are. They must also understand that while they know what they have, allowing offers to be made will give them an idea of who might seriously be interested in owning this amazing survivor. Are you that person?


  1. Moparman Moparman Member

    Aside from the fact of being (to me) one of the MOST boring colors, a nice reminder of a time when these were everywhere! GLWTS! :-)

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  2. Will Fox

    Some people may want to note: this is a base model Cutlass with a few options, and that’s it. Not a 442, not a Brougham. No landau vinyl top; no moonroof although I see power windows/locks & apparently a 6-way front seat. IMHO, less than $10K should be reasonable for this. Yes it’s a low-miler; no it’s nothing horribly collectible.

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  3. D doone

    R134 is the proper conversion freon. If in fact it is R22, get ready for a blow up.

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  4. Vin_in_NJ

    Very nice, but not 12,500 nice. Not for this car.

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    • Robert L Roberge

      Shoulda kept ours. Only got a handfull of dollars when it was traded.

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  5. Bakyrdhero

    What’s up with the carpet?

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  6. B-rad jeepster

    looks like some one tried to spot clean the carpet and it’s just fluffed up and this is not a base model. A base model would have a v-6

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  7. Stangalang

    Yeah hope it was a typo on the R-22 thing or BOOOOM..it is a nice car but not that nice$$$

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  8. Duaney Member

    These never came with the Turbo 350, unless it’s been retrofitted.

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  9. Stevieg Member

    Actually this is the base model, just with the upgraded engine. This is not the brougham.
    Nice car but way over priced. I have a friend trying to sell a brougham like this, similar miles, just as clean, silver with a blue interior. He can’t even pull $6,500 out of his.

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  10. PRA4SNW PRA4SNW Member

    There’s no doubt that there are many of this generation Cutlass in this condition still around, so you can afford to look for the one perfect for you.

    Most of us here probably knew a handful of people that owned these back in the day.

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  11. theGasHole

    I’ve had 3 G Bodies from this era, including an 84 Hurst/Olds, an 86 Brougham, and an 87 442. These are nice cars, parts are still plentiful, and they have *some* collector interest.
    This particular car, outside of the unusual color and low miles, is a bottom feeder model. To grant some perspective, about 3 years ago I sold my 84 Hurst/Olds, 52k miles and pretty spotless other than the headliner was starting to sag, for $8500. This particular car is $6500 on a very good day.

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  12. treg forsyth

    Great hot rod bones to start with, rear wheel drive, add a warmed up small block or big block etc.

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  13. John

    If it had the 3.8 V6, this was an extremely reliable GM engine. Just my two, having had this year model run 200K! A lot of this era GM

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