1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass
From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
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OK, so here is one of those very rare opportunities, to own one of the rarest cars that I have ever owned, or for that matter ever seen.
The year is 1976. We are at the height of a Bi-Centennial Celebration, in our great country. You are an Oldsmobile dealer looking to draw attention to your great lineup of automobiles. So what do you do? You special order, as your Bi-Centennial Parade car, this absolutely beautiful, and original, 1976 RED, WHITE, AND BLUE Olds cutlass supreme. Yes, you heard me right. Red exterior, white vinyl top and blue (yes blue?) interior. After many countless hours of research on this amazing car, I cannot find anything saying that there was ever another one built. This is a very Special order vehicle, built for a very special year in our country.
Now flash forward to end of summer 1976. The Oldsmobile dealer has finish his promotion and the parades are over. Enter Aunt Edna.
We purchase this one owner, absolutely amazingly, clean, and excellent, car from the estate of Aunt Edna. This beautiful time capsule is mind blowing, as far as its overall original condition. With 34,000 original miles, this is a one owner (Aunt Edna) Cutlass that literally looks like a brand new car on the inside. The original blue clothe interior is perfect, the headliner, door panels, dash and carpet, all look like the day it was new. On this sweet ride every dial, every light, including the original AM radio, and AC, work perfectly. This incredible car, drives down the road, like the day it was purchased new. The exterior has original rally wheels and beauty rings, and original Vinyl top. Most of the exterior paint is original, with only a few areas, touched up over the years. The chrome, is amazing, the vinyl top, is amazing, the grill is amazing. I think It may well be the only one anywhere. With only a few bubble areas around the Vinyl top edge, this is one of the cleanest, driest, 1976 cars that I have ever had the honor of owning in our inventory. It has cold blowing AC, AM radio, and a beautiful tribute to our BI-CENTENNIAL year. If you are a collector, looking for a very rare car, or just a person looking for a great weekend cruiser, that will be the only one anywhere you go. This is most definitely the one for you. This is priced at $9,500.00 and we believe this is a very reasonable price for any car this rare. The story is worth that much. With its original owners manual, and a log book of every service ever done on this beauty, this icon of Americana, is going to go very fast. Feel free to give us a call to talk cars any time, Kelly 503-784-8876, Ross 541-420-1448 we love talking cars, and I love talking about this one. You can see this and all our inventory on our YOUTUBE CHANNEL COOL CLASSIC RIDES. We can assist with your classic car finance options and your transportation needs.
Roll up your sleeves . Roll down your window . Enjoy the ride . PEACE
Classic Car ID100987354
Exterior ColorRed / White
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