Cutlass Supreme

62k-Mile Survivor: 1975 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

The Hurst/Olds was a product of a partnership between Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance. Beginning in 1968, it was built in small numbers and sporadically through 1984. When we usually see one of these autos, they’re either a 1983 or… more»

63,000 Mile 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

To Southerners, our everyday car is just that regardless of season.  The lack of frequent salt exposures in the winter tends to make the lower regions of our vehicles last a bit longer, giving us precious time to jump… more»

Nice Looking Project: 1984 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

On nine occasions between 1968 and 1984, Oldsmobile partnered with Hurst Performance for special editions of the 442 or Cutlass Supreme. The last iterations came in 1983-84 and are noted for their (somewhat) gimmicky Lighting Rods Shifters. This ‘84… more»

T-Tops and 375 HP: 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1977 was the year when numerous GM offerings became the victims of downsizing, losing a considerable amount of size and weight in the process, although the Oldsmobile Cutlass retained its fourth-generation styling for one more year before it too… more»

26k Original Miles? 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Some enthusiasts acknowledge that tackling a restoration or project build is not viable, setting their sights on purchasing a turnkey classic to park in their garage. This 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme could be an ideal candidate for those seeking… more»

26k Mile Survivor? 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

The Cutlass Supreme would dominate Oldsmobile’s lineup for some 30 years. At one point it would be the company’s best-selling automobile as well as the sales leader in its class. This 1973 edition may only have 26,000 miles and… more»

25k-Mile Survivor: 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1977 was the final year of the Colonnade-style Oldsmobile Cutlass before the car got a major restyle and downsizing for the following model, with the 1978 version shedding nearly 700 pounds and experiencing a sales decline of more than… more»

Update: 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible With 58k Original Miles

UPDATE 01/31/2024: I always respect the opinions and views of Barn Finds readers, and it seems that many may have hit the nail on the head with their feedback about this beautiful 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible. There was… more»

Rare 5-Speed? 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Rarity claims for classic cars must be taken with a pinch of salt. Almost any vehicle can fall into that category with the right options combination, but this 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme might be the real deal. Its original… more»

Bigger 403 V8! 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

One of Oldsmobile’s best-selling cars was the Cutlass Supreme, part of the lineup from 1966 to 1997. It was usually distinguished by its formal roofline and a higher level of trim. As a mid-size car, the Cutlass was downsized… more»

W-30 Twin Turbos! 1975 Hurst/Olds

Between 1968 and 1984, Oldsmobile partnered with Hurst Performance for some special editions of either the 442 or Cutlass Supreme. Known as the Hurst/Olds, these cars received some special treatment, such as Hurst shifters and Hurst/Hatch sunroofs. Production numbers… more»

1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme with 9k Genuine Miles!

Every classic car has a backstory, and some are more fascinating than others. The seller provides little information regarding the history of this 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, so we are in the dark about how a car with forty-five… more»

40k-Mile Survivor: 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1973 was an important year for GM during the seventies decade, as that was when the company debuted its revised intermediate line-up that came to be known as the Colonnade, aptly named because of the pillared body styling.  Among… more»

Ran When Parked: 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

The Cutlass Supreme was one of Oldsmobile’s best-selling cars from 1966 to 1997. It was the upscale version of its popular mid-size Cutlass, which itself had begun in the early 1960s on the F-85 compact. All of GM’s intermediates… more»

Survivor! 1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Two-Door Coupe

The Cutlass nameplate first described a sports coupe concept way back in 1954. Oldsmobile equipped the car with a louvered backlight, swivel seats, a vertical dash, and finned fiberglass bodywork sitting on a 110-inch wheelbase. The car was displayed… more»

39k Original Miles: 1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Choosing a worthy project candidate can be fraught with danger, particularly for those tackling their first build. The world is littered with individuals who have placed their ambitions ahead of their abilities, biting off more than they can chew…. more»

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