Modern cars have terrible windows. Sure, they keep out bugs, and block the wind, but they are boring. Stale. Lame. Back in the 1970s, cars had cool windows. The front windshield on this Oldsmoboat has a classic American window shape, but the B-pillar windows are just rad…and you might think they were the best until you find the rear window. Just look at it — it has a V-shape in rear glass. Why? Why not!! Find this 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham offered for $9000 in Homosassa, FL via hemmings.
I know what you’re thinking. You think that ten large is a skosh high to pay for a malaise era Olds Cutlass with a dirty engine bay…but hold on thought before you click away and start searching for used Fiats or something that doesn’t have the solid elegance, solid comfort, solid economy, or solid feeling of a vintage Olds Custlass Supreme Brougham. Plus, bad boy has a stick shift! Find this 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme with 4-speed offered for $10,000 in Mira Mesa, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
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 […]
The 1987 Oldsmobile 442 was the swan song for the pseudo hotrod G-body coupe. The 442 couldn’t hold the Buick Grand National’s jock strap in terms of outright speed, but it still was a desirable car. These special models were fully equipped and had many options you would have thought should have come standard on […]
The fifth generation Cutlass Supreme was available with a number of interesting configurations, like the wacky Salon fastback, or the sporty Hurst/Olds W-30 package, but today’s example is just a simple V8 with a 5-speed manual gearbox..because sometimes simple is best. Find this 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme offered for $2,000 (CAD) in Surrey, BC, Canada […]