1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible

From The Seller: A solid car from New Mexico, this 1966 Olds Convertable is in incredible shape! I have been in the automotive restoration/body shop biz for many years, and my business takes me to the SEMA Show each year. This body style…square & long, were among the most popular cars the professional builders were showing in 2019. Restoration, clone, or custom street machine, this car is a great start!
The story behind the car is that it was purchased new in Farmington New Mexico. The car stayed local between Northern New Mexico and southern Colorado until 1982. With 126,343 miles, the motor quit. The owner had it towed to a local shop and agreed to a re-build on the motor. Repairs were started & never finished. ( I have the original receipts matching the mileage on the car.)
The car is 100% original, never altered, and nothing that has been butchered or cut. The frame is straight with no evidence of structural damage. The floors have all the factory welds intact and are solid. A small amount of pitting & surface rust on the top side of the floor pans/trunk exists, but it is at a minimum. The body, rockers & lower quarter panels are solid…never cut or patched. The lower rear portion of the front fenders needs patching, but body gaps around the car are very straight. The only evidence of collision damage is on the right quarter panel and door. A repair was done in the late ’70s…and the car has had one paint job since new. The glass is near perfect & all regulators/handles work fine. The interior is all there in good shape for re-upholstery. The top works smoothly…bows and cables are in good shape. The motor in the car now has #395558S on the heads. I was told it came out of a 69 Olds and ran great. I have the original number matching block & crank.

  • Asking Price: $$6,500
  • Location: Bastrop, Texas
  • Mileage: 126,343
  • Title Status: Clean
  • VIN: 338676M229850

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