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Oldsmobile Cutlass 1972

General description : Like the idea of owning a classic muscle car but think better of diving head first into a high-dollar investment that's more garage furniture than street brawler? We've got the classic for you! A ton of time and money was spent making this handsome Oldsmobile one of the best resto-mods on the planet. Wrapping spectacular Flame Orange and White aesthetics around a massaged chassis, a proven Muncie 4-speed and 455 cubic inches of built Rocket V8, this cool Cutlass is an easy way for any enthusiast to enjoy the collector car hobby. Looking for a well-restored hot rod that's up for roads or cruise-ins? Here's your hot ticket!
A gallant California cruiser that's benefitted from a frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration, this authentic Cutlass S hardtop mixes solid GM sheetmetal with $16K worth of professionally sprayed two-stage paint. That metal, original factory fare with the exception of the car's GM licensed Troy Thornton W25 Hood, was fully disassembled and professionally media blasted. That pigment, sprayed panel by panel, is date-correct Flame Orange Iridescent that looks absolutely great under Cameo White 442 Stripes. Naturally, that bonnet flows well with Olds' coveted W29 442 Appearance and Handling Package. And today, this coupe rolls as a fully sorted stunner that essentially defines the resto-mod movement!
At the front of the car's glowing profile, a blacked out Rocket emblem joins a fresh bumper, black-trimmed headlights and clear parking lamps to frame aggressive, silver-spiced grilles that feature prominent '442' lettering. A $3K W25 Hood floats stainless locks opposite stainless-trimmed glass that's led by a tinted windshield, guarded by fresh SoffSeal and shaded by body-matched drip rails. Body-matched sport mirrors reflect factory handles, factory markers, NOS wheel liners and tasteful '442' fender emblems. And at the back of the car, a second fresh bumper bends intricate 442 tail lamps between a stylish '442' deck script and stainless Pypes trumpets.
Lift this classic's lightweight hood and you'll find one of the biggest and baddest engines to ever prowl the streets: Oldsmobile's legendary 455 cubic inch Rocket V8. But wait, there's more. Not only has that hot 1970 mill been professionally rebuilt by the pros at DeLand, Florida's Express Engines, it's also been carefully honed and bored .030 over for even more pavement-bruising fun! The good times begin with a trick K&N X-Stream air cleaner, which floats reusable filter elements above 750cfm of Holley Brawler double pumper. That carb, piped to stainless lines and an electric choke, surfs an aluminum Edelbrock Performer Olds 455 intake, which feeds aluminum Edelbrock Performer RPM heads. Those heads tilt blue Oldsmobile valve covers and a slight K&N breather over Harland Sharp roller rockers and Morel roller lifters. Stout 10.5 to 1 compression is created by a balanced rotating assembly, which spins an Eagle crank, forged Icon pistons and Eagle H-beam rods at the sides of a COMP hydraulic roller cam. The fires get lit by an MSD Pro-Billet distributor, which sequences spark between an MSD Blaster coil, MSD 6AL ignition and loomed MSD Street Fire Wires. Those wires split 442-spec W/Z exhaust manifolds, which dodge a rebuilt Delco high-torque starter. Pliable V-belts spin a color-keyed water pump between a COMP Double Roller Timing Set and a Delco one-wire alternator that features a built in regulator. A media blasted core support hangs a four-core Champion radiator at the head of a traditional, Satin Black engine bay. And naturally, detailing is on point, with items like a fresh Delco Moraine brake booster and a six-quart Milodon oil pan complementing correct Inline Tube fluid lines and a quality Melling high-volume oil pump.
That massive block is trailed by a trusty RAM clutch, which kicks an era-correct Muncie M20 4-speed. Those cogs twist torque to a tough GM 10-bolt that's finished with an Eaton limited-slip differential and sporty 3.73 gears. That pumpkin pushes a masterfully massaged rear-clip that augments Moog springs and PMT Fabrication control arms with polyurethane bushings, Monroe coli-overs and a one-inch sway bar. Opposite that clip, an upgraded front-half augments Moog springs and UMI Performance control arms with Delrin bushings, Monroe shocks and a 1.25-inch sway bar. Easy turns come courtesy of lucid power steering that's comprised of Moog linkage components and a quick-ratio gearbox. Solid stops are provided by factory discs and drums. All that hardware rides a rugged GM frame that's been professionally media blasted and, along with the car's floors, refinished with POR-15 semi-gloss rust preventive paint. 2.5-inch aluminized exhaust shuttles spent gases through throaty Dynomax Ultra Flo mufflers. And everything rolls on custom American Racing Super Stock Is, which spin McGard lifetime lug nuts inside 255/60R15 Goodyear Eagle GTs and 275/60R15 Goodyear Eagle GTs.
Extremely tasteful and unquestionably timeless, this Cutlass's correct White interior is a perfect place to cruise the day away! Correct factory buckets join a correct factory bench under fresh foam and plush Legendary vinyl. Fade-free carpet centers Legendary mats and a '442' branded shifter on a refurbished factory console, which rides opposite original Cutlass S side panels. In front of that shifter, a lightly customized dash founds crisp factory telemetry next to an integrated Sunpro Super Tach II and subtle Sunpro accessory gauges. The driver spins a sporty Rallye Pack Steering Wheel, and the passenger store essentials in a lighted and matted trunk.
Restored, reliable, and ready to rock and roll, this brilliant Olds is guaranteed to please even the most discerning classic car enthusiast. Looking for awesome top-tier muscle that you can actually drive and enjoy? Look no further than this cool Cutlass!
* Brilliant Cutlass resto-mod that's the product of a frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration * Authentic Oldsmobile Cutlass S hardtop coupe * Pro-built 455 cubic inch Rocket V8 that's been bored .030 over * Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, balanced rotating assembly and a hydraulic roller valvetrain * Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission with a RAM clutch * GM 10-bolt rear axle with an Eaton limited-slip differential and 3.73 gears * Quick-ratio power steering * Power front disc and rear drum brakes * Media-blasted and POR-15 finished frame with a heavily upgraded suspension * Tastefully upgraded correct White interior * Date-correct Flame Orange Iridescent paint with Cameo White 442 Stripes * Original sheetmetal with the exception of a GM licensed W25 Hood * Custom 15-inch American Racing Super Stock I wheels * Large-diameter exhaust with Olds W/Z manifolds, Dynomax Ultra Flo mufflers and Pypes trumpet tips * Original Protect-O-Plate * Receipt for the car's engine build * All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection * We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Charlotte by RK Motors Charlotte for $67900.


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Car type : Car Make : Oldsmobile Model : Cutlass Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1972 Location : Charlotte Vehicle Registration : Undefined

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