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Youre looking at this 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme probably because youre on the hunt for a convertible on budget. Hows the search so far? A few basket cases and forgotten cars, right? Turns out that same money can buy this complete and loaded Olds that is quietly gaining new classic status. This is a true end-of-the-line collectible - the final year for the last Oldsmobile convertible. But more than just a cool pedigree, the original Cloisonne Metallic Blue paint makes this Olds a real standout. It has a nice glow, and while there are a few signs of use, it really reinforces the quality care you get from a two-owner car that has averaged under 2k miles annually. Of course, this car is also attractive for its style. The narrow headlight three-pod per side front was inspired by the Alfa Romeo SZ. This aggressive face sets the tone nicely for the sleek design lines and factory body kit. And youll even love the little details, like the quad exhaust tips and integrated spoiler on the rear. If you like the way the clean black folding roof looks against the blue paint, then youll love opening it up and sharing the dark leather interior with the world. You can tell by the condition of the seats, door panels, and convertible boot that it has received respected care for over a quarter-century. Oldsmobile is a more upscale brand, and so you get plenty of amenities, including power locks, keyless entry, power windows (rear quarters will need servicing,) dual airbags, power mirrors, cruise control, and a power convertible top. And not only do you have cold-blowing air conditioning, but its also part of a dual-zone automatic climate control system. The last of the Oldsmobile drop-tops was also a driver-focused machine. So you have a power-adjusting drivers seat, cup holder center console, and a tilt steering column, and a full gauge package. The driver even has full control of the premium factory AM/FM/cassette stereo and automatic climate control from buttons on the steering wheel. Under the hood is a desirable powerhouse. The 3.4-liter was the largest of the series, and its a fuel-injected DOHC V6 for good all-around driving. Its the numbers-matching powerhouse that runs smooth and is quick off the line. Thats the true key to Oldsmobiles appeal in the 1990s. It was able to have comfortable features like the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and power steering, but it was wrapped in a sporty package with a fully independent suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes w/ABS. Complete with owners manual, this survivor-grade Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible is not for everyone. This is a drop-top only for those who appreciate good value and an interesting future classic. Oh wait...thats everybody. In that case, you may need to hurry and call today!!!
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