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AutoHunter Spotlight: 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible

Custom Olds with a 491bhp V8

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Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible.

“The body was refinished in metallic light blue by Top Ryders Customs in June of 2021 and features a fiberglass open-air intake, a 442 hood with rotary hood locks, white 442 hood and decklid stripes, new front and rear chrome bumpers, wheel opening and rocker moldings, and a new power white convertible top with a glass back window,” AutoHunter notes in the listing.

It rides on two-tone 24-inch Rucci aluminum wheels with low-profile tires.

The custom white and blue interior has four bucket seats, a custom full-length center console with four lighted cup holders, and an aftermarket stereo head unit with an LCD display installed by Audio Evolution.

Under the hood is a new 396ci V8 small-block engine built by BluePrint Engines that was rated at 491 bhp. The power plant has an aluminum intake with a four-barrel carburetor, a billet aluminum engine accessory system with a serpentine belt, and extensive brightwork. The engine is paired with a 700R4 automatic transmission with a 3,000 rpm stall converter.

Oldsmobile Cutlass, AutoHunter Spotlight: 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible, ClassicCars.com Journal

The sale includes Georgia registration, service records, and parts receipts.

This Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme’s auction ends on May 10, 2022, at 12:20 p.m. (PDT).

Visit the AutoHunter listing for more information and photo gallery.

David P. Castro
David P. Castro is an experienced automotive and motorsports writer with a passion for American muscle cars. He is a credentialed automotive, NASCAR, and IndyCar reporter that graduated from the University of Nevada. The Santa Rosa, California native resides in Phoenix with his wife, son, Siberian Husky, Mini Cooper, and 1977 Chevrolet C10.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Why?! The fact of the engine demands high performance rims and tires. This is a “donk”, useless in anything but “look how gangsta I am” idiot shows. How far can you turn the wheel before those moronic rubber bands start tearing into things? Outside of wannabe “gangstas” who t f does this to a great old car? Stupid and worthless.

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