For sale: 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Technical specifications

Item location:
Oak Creek, Wisconsin, United States
Flat Top Cruiser Station Wagon
Aspen Green
Engine size:
350 Olds Rocket
Number of cylinders:
Power options:
Air Conditioning
350 Turbo Hydramatic
Drive type:
Interior color:
Vehicle Title:
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New Page 1 For sale today is a true time capsule: an early 1 repaint. survivor. 1970 Cutlass Cruiser (flat top) Wagon. with just over 30. 00 original miles. Please grab a beverage and take some time to browse the 160+ photos and 7 YouTube videos of this terrific car. Whether you're a local enthusiast. or across the country. the attached description and information is intended to make you as comfortable with this purchase as possible. This gorgeous Cutlass wagon is equipped with an Olds 350-2 bbl Rocket. backed with a Turbo Hydramatic 350 transmission. While travelling to northern Wisconsin last summer. the wagon finally turned 30. 00 miles. Just 30. 00 miles in 45 years doesn't seem possible. but this car has been protected and dearly cared for over the last 5 decades. I purchased this phenomenal cruiser with just 25. 00 on the clock and it has been one of THE best running. driving cars I have ever owned. This Olds wagon was purchased new in May. 1970 by Les Connor from Frink Olds-Chevy in Ashland. Oregon. Les was in his '60s when he purchased the wagon and as he grew older. the car changed hands. At one point. it resided in Texas. but found a longer term owner in Ohio. which is how I found it. I've actually owned this wagon twice. I regrettably sold it one time many years ago. but fortunately had a chance to buy it back for a 2nd time about 3 years ago. It's one of those vehicles that just grabs you once you drive it. Only other restoration projects bring the opportunity for a new owner. Our family has enjoyed this Olds wagon immensely. This is the vehicle we take on a 4 hour trip to northern Wisconsin each summer and it cruises at 70-75 mph without a hiccup. One look underneath this beautiful car tells the story of where it has been and the pampered life it has led. Please remember that these wagons were purchased like we buy mini-vans today. Kids spilled and threw up in these wagons all the time and they were used as baseball backstops in the driveway. Somehow. this Cutlass wagon has emerged unscathed. nbsp; with just over 30. 00 miles on the clock. This is one of the most solid. untouched cars you will find. Original runs and overspray of its original Aspen Green color adorn the undercarriage . The factory "blackout" treatment used in some assembly plants on the front suspension parts can still be seen on the oil pan. There is still the green dip that the e-brake hangers were coated with to prevent rattling on the floor. Also note in the photos that the body mounts still have their factory stripes and color to them. When is the last time you saw that?! The doors shut with the slightest touch. and all the weather stripping is there and soft. There is no evidence or rot or scale anywhere on this car top to bottom. A survivor in nearly every aspect. the Olds wagon has had one early enamel repaint in its original Aspen Green color. The paint still shows very well. with a few nicks. scratches. and a few high spot thin spots that can be expected from a nearly all original. survivor car. The enamel paint has a factory look to it. though. and some "modeling" that's seen in so many factory metallic paint cars is evident on this wagon too. The interior has survived over the years to an almost unbelievable condition. It looks as if it never made a trip to the lumber yard. let alone ever hauled any kids to little league practice. I added a arm rest front seat and had the original pattern matched. I do still have the original seat which has a split seam that just happened last season. Please note in the photos how nice all of the interior hardware is. Even the factory fastener screws have their plastic washers intact! The A/C was converted years back to 134 and works fine. The car has a posi rear of unknown ratio and a W-27 cover. The exhaust is a nice set of duals. which have a nice mellow tone and exit on the sides. I added the NOS wheel covers and double line whitewalls for the straight out of the brochure look (note the brochure photo in the pictures. ) Restored (blasted and painted) rally wheels are under the hubcaps if the new owner ever decides to go with that look on the car. The manual rear window and 2 way tailgate operates perfectly. Car has the light group. disc brakes and a hood lock. This is a fly in. drive home car as that is what I did when I bought it back several years ago. We have enjoyed it immensely. take it on regular family vacations and literally load it up with cargo without hesitation. Simply put. this is a car you can get in. drive. and enjoy. No excuses. no long stories. just a rare. sharp car that you can enjoy in good weather. If you don't mind the attention and family stories recollecting the family wagon days anywhere in public than this is the car to have. Thank you for looking and please keep in touch if there are any questions. Sale Terms and Conditions Please let the 160 photos of this incredibly gorgeous Cutlass Wagon make you comfortable with a purchase. However. don’t hesitate to call me with a specific question. Please remember that your bid is a COMMITMENT TO BUY this car. Because opinions of vintage cars and trucks can vary. please have the truck inspected or inspect the truck in person PRIOR to bidding. Any inspection fees are the responsibility of the bidder. I cannot stress enough that I am asking bidders to follow through on their commitment if you bid. A $500 non-refundable deposit and communication from the high bidder is due within 3 days of the auction's end. The deposit can be paid via Paypal or cash. and I will eat any Paypal fees. The balance is due in full within 7 days of the auction's end. paid via cashier's check (must be verified). wire transfer. or cash in person. Because of its age and mileage. this vehicle is sold strictly as-is-as shown. with no warranties expressed or implied. If you haven't owned a classic car. please remember that this isn't a 2015 Honda Civic. Older cars. even those with low miles. require an increased level of maintenance and attention. When you place a bid on a vehicle. you are entering into a legal and binding contract to purchase the vehicle. This arrangement is outlined in the eBay User Agreement. We also reserve the right to cancel bids at our discretion. We will not be liable for any cancellation of this auction for any reason. We reserve the right to cancel bids from bidders with negative feedback or a bid retraction history and members with zero (0) feedback need to contact us for approval to bid. As with all bids. bidders need to be 18 years or older. As stated above. shipping charges are buyer's responsibility. We will assist a buyer with shipping the car anywhere in the United States or Canada from zip code 53154. but will not be responsible in any way for claims arising from shipping damage. We assume no responsibility for damages incurred after the vehicle leaves our possession. We are not affiliated with any shipping carrier. Any claims or other communication regarding shipment of vehicles will be between you and the shipper. not with the seller. The terms of sale shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin without regard to any conflict of laws or provisions thereof that might indicate the applicability of laws of any other jurisdiction. The venue for all legal proceedings shall be in Milwaukee County. Wisconsin. Videos Exterior Photos Interior Photos Undercarriage Photos Engine Photos Document Photos

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