1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible Pro-tour Car

1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Oldsmobile Cutlass 1966 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Santa Maria, California, United States
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
Type: Convertible
Year: 1966
Mileage: 6,700,000
VIN: 338676M329679
Color: Red
Engine size: 330
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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I am actually the Third owner, bought this car from the second owner who put A LOT of Time,Sweat and LOVE into this car along with money. After seeing his passion and knowledge about Oldsmobiles and this car I had to have it! He is a complete perfectionist and it shows in this car. He is someone you would want to hire for a project like this. I am letting go of this beauty because I just don't have the time to enjoy it. It just sits in my garage and I would rather have someone enjoy it as it was meant to be driven. I could possibly due a partial trade for a 4x4 Diesel work truck or 67-72 work truck. This is the original AD for the Cutlass that was written by the builder. Any question feel free to ask.

I started out with a very nice original survivor 66K mile Cutlass convertible. I am the 2nd registered owner. I purchased from the dealer that bought it from the original owner’s estate. I have lots of paperwork that will go with the car including protecto plate and even an original thank you letter for buying it from the dealer. It started out as a Jetaway column shift car but now is a 5 speed floor shift. I set out to build a car with the ride and drive of a modern sports sedan. It came out the perfect balance. The best comparison I have is to an Infinity G35. Firm and tight but smooth not harsh at all. I have taken neighbors for rides that are not car people and they can’t believe they are in an old car. It’s not what I would consider a show car but most of the time when I enter a show I take home a trophy. Pictures have been used in several publications to date and one not released as of yet. As of now Goodguys Gazette, ourney with Olds (Olds Club or America’s monthly magazine) and an all Oldsmobile calendar have all had pictures of this car in them. Late this spring a new book “How to make your muscle car handle” is coming out and I was told last week by the author that this car was be used in it too.

It’s just a great car that is super fun to drive and turns heads everywhere you go. You will not be disappointed. Over all the car had a complete nut and bolt frame off detailed restoration less paint. The motor is the original 330 4bl 315HP version. As with the rest of the rolling chassis it was cleaned up and detailed. The interior is in great shape for its age original as GM installed it. All the exterior trim is in great shape. The firewall was cleaned up and painted during the frame off restoration. The only cutting anywhere on it is the floor was modified to clear the 5-speed transmission. Pictures don’t do the car justice on the amount of work and details that went into it.

Just a few of the features I can think of

- Powder coated core support and front fender wells

- Eibach drop springs

- Howe tall ball joints with full SC&C Stage II+ front suspension package

- Modern aluminum core radiator

- Fully detailed and powder coated frame

- Bilstein Hot Rod series performance shocks

- SPC upper front control arms were re-plated in silver to get rid of the gold look

- Tremec TKO600 5-speed transmission

- Center floor raised to clear transmission

- Centerforce clutch

- Lakewood scatter shield

- Custom HD drive shaft

- Lee 670 series close ratio steering box

- Powder coated 8.5 3.73 rear end with fully rebuilt with new parts and new Eaton carrier

- Currie Trac adjustable upper rear control arms with Jonny Joints

- Currie Trac lower rear control arms with Jonny Joints

- Powder coated front and rear sway bars

- LS1 rear disc brake setup power coated and detailed

- One of a kind C6 Corvette front brake setup smoothed by hand powder coated and CNC milled OLDSMOBILE

- Kore3 braided stainless flex lines

- Custom stainless hard lines

- 18” real Billet Intro V-rod wheels with custom grey background paint detail

- Toyo T1R tires 285-40-18 rear and 255-40-18 front

Now since you might be thinking about shipping this car several states way or even out of the country you need to know everything about the car you are about to purchase. I don’t hide anything. The paint is not perfect since this is all original paint except a small spot I see that was repaired on the upper LH fender. Being that’s its original lacquer when you look up close its cracked and crazed all over the top surfaces some areas more than others . It’s very straight over all but there are some light dings and chips on the car. To be a show car it needs paint IMO although some people have acted like I was crazy when I said I wanted to paint it. The top has been replaced because of some tearing and yellowing. Brand new top. In the interior the driver seat is starting to show some slight wear. If you like the look of a 442 better with a few pieces of trim and some emblems it would be easy to convert to a tribute/ 442 clone.

You are welcome to inspect in person or call with any questions you may have. You can fly in and drive home or I will help you set up transport that you will pay for. Jim 805-570 4264 is my cell . Out of USA buyers are welcome but don't waste my time with scams. I can see them a mile away. The car will not leave my possesion until paid in full. I don't care if your uncle is the King of Nigeria or not

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