The Chicago Car Club is interested in classic cars of all makes and models, especially a Oldsmobile Cutlass. We make the process of selling your Oldsmobile Cutlass quick and painless. In just a matter of hours we will have your classic valued and, if you do so choose, turned into money in your pocket. All it takes is a phone call or electronic inquiry to get the ball rolling.
The Cutlass was produced by American automaker Oldsmobile between 1961 and 1988. It was first offered as a deluxe trim package of the 4-door version of the F-85, in 1961.
The initial sales were poor, but greatly picked up when they offered the 2 door Cutlass sports coupe. It was introduced as a pillared two-door for 1961. This was changed to a pillarless hardtop version for 1962. Its sporty interior came with bucket seats and optional center console. It had a V8 engine, rated at 185 horsepower (138 kW) and a four-speed manual transmission.
In 1962 an engine choice was the 215 cu in (3.52 L) V8 Turbo "JetFire" with 50/50 Methanol/Water injection, which gave a performance boost. This edition was rated at 215 bhp (160.3 kW) and 301 lbf·ft (408 N·m.) Only 3,765 of these turbocharged versions were produced.
Oldsmobile Cutlass 4th generation models were produced between 1973 and 1977. Submodels included the Cutlass Colonnade Coupe and Sedan, including the Salon versions, the Cutlass Supreme Brougham Coupe and Sedan and the Supreme Cruiser Wagon.
These cars were given one of a range engines with displacement ranging from 3791-7446 cc (231.4-454.4 cui). They had power output of 78.3-186.5 kW (106-254 PS, 105-250) horsepower. Oldsmobile Cutlass 4th generation is related in its construction to the older 4-4-2 3gen, and the Hurst-Olds Cutlass.