Cutlass Hurst 15th Anniversary
$183.34 Per Month
ONLY 67,591 ACTUAL MILES, ORIGINAL WINDOW STICKER, DEALER INVOICE, VERY NICE!
For those of you thinking that Oldsmobile didn't build performance, let this 1983 Hurst Olds serve as a reminder. Only 3000 were built for the 15th anniversary of the original Hurst/Olds in 1968, and all of them featured the same stunning paint job, extensive documentation, and, of course, a famous Hurst shifter.
This is an exceptionally well-preserved original car, which is what you'd expect with just two owners from new. As a result, it has always been treated as something of value and never used as a daily driver, a fact reflected by the ultra-low 67,591 original miles on the odometer. The Hurst package was a stunning two-tone black over silver job with red stripes, a hood scoop and decklid spoiler, so the thing practically screams high performance. Park it next to, say, a Buick Grand National and watch where the crowds form. Paint and bodywork are outstanding, with factory levels of fit and finish throughout, because everything is completely untouched save for a monthly wash and wax to keep it in top condition. Even the decals remain bright and firmly adhered to the crisply formed Cutlass sheetmetal, which is no small feat even for the best-preserved cars. Things like the rubber bumper fillers, window surrounds, and taillight lenses are all in great shape, further indication of careful preservation.
The Hurst/Olds got every option GM could throw at the G-body, and Hurst didn't do much to change the already excellent setup. There are cloth bucket seats, an unusual sight in an Oldsmobile, but mandatory on the Hurst cars because of the center console and trick Lightning Rod shifter setup. A full array of gauges, including a tachometer (in an Oldsmobile!) were crammed into the factory instrument panel. Other options include power windows and locks, rear defroster, A/C, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo system that actually sounds amazing given the era. Glass T-tops overhead are a popular feature, and still seal up tightly and don't squeak like many high-mileage cars do. The overall effect is quite impressive.
An Oldsmobile-built 307 cubic inch V8 delivers the power, and it was specially tuned for use in this car. With a cool rumble from the exhaust and seemingly bottomless reserves of torque, it's the ideal powerplant. A 4-barrel Rochester was still the carburetor of choice and lives under an air cleaner that inhales fresh, cool air from the front of the engine bay. It is extremely well preserved under the hood, with signs of proper maintenance and careful preservation of factory features, markings, and decals, so you know it's been owned by a hobbyist who understands why these cars are special. A 200R4 4-speed automatic is the gearbox under the cool Hurst shifter setup, and spins a set of responsive 3.73 gears out back. And in true Hurst fashion, it sports chrome Oldsmobile Rally wheels with gold accents and a set of white-letter Goodyear radials.
If you lived through the '80s, you probably remember when these were the hottest cars on the street. This is one of the best documented examples you'l find, it comes with the original window sticker, dealer invoice, some title documentation, and much more all organized in a nice three ring binder. This one has all the documentation you could ever want! Call today!
AM/FM Radio, Air Conditioning, Cassette Player, Cloth Interior, Cruise Control, Defrost, Front Disc Brakes, Heat, Numbers Matching, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts, T-Tops, Tilt Wheel
Dealer Invoice, Original Window Sticker, Owner's Manual, Title Documentation
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 307 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Automatic
- Fuel Specification
- 91 Octane or below
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 67,591 (Actual)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months