Worth $90k? 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Oldsmobile made some big changes to the Cutlass line-up for the ’73 model, but the third generation was still going strong in ’71 and featured a body style that many enthusiasts seem to prefer over the later offerings.  Of… more»

Seeing Triple: Trio of Oldsmobile Cutlass Coupes

The Oldsmobile Cutlass was born in 1961 as an upscale trim level of the F85. From then thru 1999, it would become one of the GM division’s best sellers, even reaching the #1 spot at one point. The seller… more»

15th Anniversary Model: 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

It is common for manufacturers to release special editions of models to commemorate a landmark, and such was the case with the 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds. That year marked the 15th since the badge first appeared, and after a… more»

455/4-Speed! 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

Even without the coveted W-30 package, the 1970 model 442 is considered by many Oldsmobile enthusiasts to be one of the finest cars to ever wear the name, sort of a rise to the top of its game with… more»

LS3-Equipped 18k Mile 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass S!

We get lots of great tips here at Barn Finds from our readers with suggestions of cars to feature, but when I saw the one from Brian K. titled “Someone’s Crazy Here” I just couldn’t wait to dig into… more»

Nicest One Around? 1984 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

The relationship between Oldsmobile and Hurst ended in 1984, but not before a long and well-remembered run of cars emerged, with the earlier examples packing some serious punch.  After being on hiatus since the ’79 model, the H/O came… more»

Rare 4-Speed! 1963 Oldsmobile F-85 Cutlass

Along with Pontiac and Buick, Oldsmobile joined the compact car competition in 1961, sharing a new platform with the Tempest and Special. Taking advantage of the “jet age” rage of the 1950s and 1960s, the car was similarly named… more»

1 Of 2,499: 1979 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

When it comes to the late sixties and seventies muscle cars, the Hurst/Olds sure ticked a lot of the right boxes.  The earliest examples were based on the 4-4-2 in 1968, but instead of a 400 under the hood,… more»

Not So Mellow Yellow: 1970 Oldsmobile Rallye 350

Some classic cars possess subtle good looks, while others are as “in your face” as possible. This 1970 Oldsmobile Rallye 350 fits neatly into the second category, with the company offering it in a single paint shade. It wasn’t… more»

Moldy Project: 1965 Oldsmobile 4-4-2

Seeing the success that Pontiac was having with its new mid-size performance car, the GTO, Oldsmobile got into the game as well in 1964. But unlike the GTO, the 442 was a slow seller in its first year –… more»

26k Miles! 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme S Convertible

Big changes were in store for the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme coupe in 1988, although the company did offer one final hurrah that year with their old-school body style Cutlass Supreme Classic, which featured the same basic looks the car… more»

Two-Owner Survivor: 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

As a mid-size car produced between 1966 and 1997, the Olds Cutlass Supreme would become not only the company’s most popular automobile but also the highest-selling model in its class. The fourth generation built from 1978 to 1988 was… more»

More Info Needed: 1965 Oldsmobile 442

Pontiac wasn’t the only GM division to have a mid-size muscle car starting in 1964 (GTO). Chevrolet had the Chevelle SS (which got a 396 V8 in 1965). Buick had the Gran Sport. And Oldsmobile had the 442 (later… more»

33k Documented Miles: 1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

It can be easy to dismiss cars from the 1980s and question their worth as genuine classics. However, any vehicle capable of surviving for nearly four decades deserves a closer look. This is especially true if that car presents… more»

23k Miles! 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1972 was the last hurrah for the third-generation Oldsmobile Cutlass, with a new body style introduced the following year that America ended up falling in love with.  1973 kicked off the Collonade run for the Cutlass, which proved a… more»

1 Of 1 Concept! 1968 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

Dating back to the turn of the 20th century, the Chicago Auto Show opened its doors in 1901 and has grown to be the largest and longest-running car show in the United States, with its 115th exposition having taken… more»