This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 coupe is a well-coordinated total package with its big 400 V8 and terrific classic details. And nice features like the muscle car level suspension give you the right feeling for a proper car driver. It makes for a cool and distinct way to own a hardtop legend.
The factory-correct Cameo Ivory paint is a great way to represent the 1960s. It has a timeless creamy white style with a touch of earthiness that would become more popular as we approached the .....
1970s. This was even resprayed later in life, and today it makes for a finish that strikes the right balance of a vintage feeling while continuing to have a good shine. And the black vinyl top provides a timelessly appealing contrast for a premium appearance. Form-hugging bumpers, full-length trim, and the look of flying buttresses in the rear are all part of a carefully styled classic. The correct 442 badging, vented hood, bright dual exhaust tips, and Olds Super Stock wheels with raised white letter tires give a terrific sporty style. And as you look at the full package, you can see this is a classic made-to-be-driven. So it's quite clean and complete, but it keeps away from getting too fancy to make you nervous about taking it out every Sunday to explore new back roads.
The black roof is a preview of the full black interior. The door panels, carpeting, and other fundamentals look good. The seats even look more recently reupholstered. But this classic was made to be enjoyed, so you'll never hesitate to let family and friends hop in and go for an ice cream run. You'll enjoy the vintage details everywhere, from the Cutlass badging in the doors to the working AM/FM radio. This is even a factory air-conditioning car. The blower works well, but you likely want to update or upgrade the system to return to its full function. And you'll like best how this is a great driver's setup. You have a fold-down armrest for true individual comfort, the three-spoke steering wheel, clear factory gauges, and a classic Stewart Warner temp readout under the dash.
Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. The 400 cubic-inch V8 is an era-correct powerhouse that looks exceptionally stock with bronze painted motor and 442 air cleaner. While the VIN cannot do 442 verification for this year, this shows all the right signs of being a true 442, right down to C heads. And features like the four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust make this breather like a proper muscle car powerhouse. We like the hardy nature of these Oldsmobile motors, and this one will likely need some shadetree tuning to get it to be your ideal machine. And many of us plan on that anyway because we want to unlock even more power from the V8. And one of the reasons a good Olds makes for a great power car is because of the extra features. This one has boxed rear arms, a rear sway bar, and a limited-slip rear end. Add in the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes, and this hardtop wants to be a nice all-around cruiser.
This Oldsmobile loves to be vintage, premium, and a proper muscle car. So you know you need to take it home with you. Call now!