Oldsmobile never made a two door wagon ever so today’s feature is a bit of a mystery. In 1981, Oldsmobile did offer a four door wagon. However, this wagon has a number of unique features that add up to a more questions than answers as to what and how this beast came to be. You can see later style G-body Cutlass nose, either a Olds or Chevy 350 engine swap, and enough velour/suede material on the interior that it could pass as a hearse or flower car. Find this 1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme for sale in Laconia, NH for $8,500 via craigslist.
Limited details on the car from the seller:
1981 Olds cutlass custom wagon. 350 motor. Automatic. Great driver. Lots of Custom features. Great advertisement vehicle.
The nose and headlights are what you would see on a mid 80’s Cutlass. The wheel/tire combo fit the car very well. It is very likely on some sort of aftermarket suspension set up as there is not a lot of wheel gap here. The pictures are not clear enough to see what badges were applied to the front fenders.
Any guesses how this conversion was done?
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Cory had to break down and make an appointment at the local euro repair shop on Monday to fix his clunking rear suspension.