VERY CLEAN, ROCKET 350, AUTO, COLD A/C, PWR WIN/LOCKS/TOP, PWR STEER/BRAKES.
There's just something great about the 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S convertible. They have one of the best designs of the era from a GM division that provided both speed and luxury. So the only thing surprising on this feature-filled drop top is the low price.
Saffron Yellow and black stripes look perfect on this Olds. This factory-correct hue highlights the sophistication that goes beyond horsepower. The blend of performance and luxury that Oldsmobile offered is embodied in this Cutlass ragtop. The body is sporty, with dramatic curves, flared fenders, and a handsome front end that was instantly recognizable as being from the rocket division. It's not aggressive or over-blown, which means it's not trying to impersonate a 442. Instead this is an upscale look with a subtle paint job that looks fantastic. It does indulge in black sport stripes, which on this car just adds to the chic appearance because they coordinate so well with the black vinyl top and the interior. But what really makes this convertible so attractive is everything fits together exactly the way the factory assembled it more than four decades ago. Even the chrome is still quite nice, with no parking lot dings, signs of corrosion around the edges, or other pitfalls often seen in Cutlass cars of this age.
Choosing a black interior with the yellow paint was the right decision, and that's why it came from the factory in this dark vinyl. Oldsmobiles were about offering the luxurious extras, and this one carries that tradition perfectly. You'll feel it from the moment you step inside, from gripping the new three-spoke wood steering wheel, to the original air conditioning system that's still blowing ice cold. The factory options don't stop there, because this one comes with power everything – power windows, power locks, and a power folding roof with glass rear window. Other luxury items like the burled walnut dash appliqués and the three pod-style stainless steel gauge faces (including clock) were all standard Cutlass fare. You can tell there was a lot of thought that went into the appearance of this interior. It's the details such as the included boot cover for when the top is down, and how the original AM/FM radio is still in place, but a modern CD player is neatly installed under the dash.
Oldsmobile people know that a Rocket 350 cubic inch motor is something very special. Olds manufactured their own V8 engines during this era, and they shared no major components with the Chevy version. Thanks to its higher nickel content in the iron block, the motor has proven to be virtually indestructible out in the real world. It has a distinctive sound all its own, a sophisticated rumble that's perfect for this ragtop's luxury/muscle dual nature. It's nicely presented, with gold paint on the engine, original air cleaner, and a lot of correct components that say someone loved to drive it. In fact, this one is a definite driver thanks to features such as power steering, power brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission. So as much as you might want to take this Cutlass to a car show, it has all the right features for an all-day Sunday drive as well.
This is the convertible that fits in everywhere, and has the right features to be comfortably driven anywhere. It only gets better when you look at the unbeatable price. Call now!!
Defrost, Numbers Matching, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Power Convertible Top, Air Conditioning, Heat, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Seatbelts
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 350 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Color
- Saffron Yellow
- Body Style
- 32,775 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months