About Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was the most luxurious version of the Cutlass family of automobiles. It was manufactured by Oldsmobile from 1966 to 1997. It was a mid-size vehicle. It began with a trim package and eventually established its own portfolio of products. And by the middle of the 1970s, it had not only become Oldsmobile's most popular model but also the one that sold the most units overall in its category. By the 1980s, it was offered as a two-door hardtop rear-wheel-drive vehicle, a sedan, and a station wagon. By 1972, it was offered as a convertible. All of these body styles were available.
In 1966, GM's new four-door sedan with a fixed roof, which was also called the Holiday Sedan, got the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme name. Along with its new exterior, the Supreme model had an updated interior with seats with armrests, wood upholstery, and luxurious door panels. The back C-pillars and trunk lid also had the letters "CS" on them. For 1967, all three Cutlass Supreme models, the Sport Coupe, Holiday Coupe, and Convertible, were available with a performance package that included a 6.6-liter V8 with 350 hp. There was also an option called "Turnpike Cruiser" for these three two-door Supreme models. The kit had a 400 cu in V8 with two carburetors, as well as a lower rear axle and a Hydramatic Turbo transmission.
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The only changes to the 1969 models were a new split grille and vertical taillights. The two-speed Jetaway automatic was taken off the list of parts. A federal safety law made headrests standard parts, and the ignition switch was moved from the instrument panel to the steering column, which also had a lock for the steering wheel. The only year you could get parts like the L75 455 motor and M20 four-speed gearbox in an Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme notchback hardtop was 1972. The coupes had a different roof style than other Cutlass coupes. They had a different front-end design. In 1975, rectangular headlights became standard parts. For the 1976 model year, the Oldsmobile Cutlass got a new look with parts like four headlights and a waterfall grille. With this attractive new look, sales went up even more.
From 1973 to 1974, the standard engine in the Cutlass Supreme was a 350 Rocket V8 with a four-barrel carburetor and 180 horsepower. In 1973, you could choose between a three-speed and a four-speed manual transmission, but most Cutlass Supremes came with a three-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, which became standard in 1974, along with variable-ratio power steering. In 1976, the Cutlass Supreme Brougham coupe was introduced to the lineup, boasting a more opulent interior than the standard Cutlass Supreme. It also got four square headlights. Every single one of these Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme parts made a contribution to the car's overall handling and performance.