condition: excellent cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas odometer: 43217 paint color: blue title status: clean transmission: automatic type: coupe
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1986 Olds Cutlass 442
Two-Tone Blue over Silver
New Radiator, Thermostat, and Hoses
New Spark Plugs, Wires, Cap, Rotor, & Oxygen Sensor
New Battery and Cables in 2017
Replaced TCC Solenoid and Transmission Filter in 2017
The car was repainted by the previous owner and has NO rust. Bottoms of doors, rockers, fender lips and other common areas look like new. Floor pans and frame super clean with just surface flash. T top channels are spotless with newer weatherstripping. One small section of clearcoat is damaged at the rear of the hood (pictured) and a few small blemishes on the nose near the headlight buckets. Some flaking of the flat black paint on headlight bezels and grille inserts. Wheels have some light corrosion on polished lips, most of it would probably come out with some steel wool.
Interior has some sun fade (car is said to have originated in Texas) and some cracked/blemished trim. One small tear in driver's seat and a few cigarette burns on door panel upholstery. Console is loose in spots, common issue. I repaired the gauge cluster, all lights and gauges function normally. Cruise control, power locks, and air conditioning are inoperable. Steering wheel is in OK shape but cover is puffy in spots.
Original (as far as I know) 307 V8 and 4-speed 200-4R transmission. I've replaced the items mentioned above and a bunch of vacuum lines as well. Leaks a small amount from the rear main seal. AIR tubes were closed off before I bought it and the catalytic converter has been removed and replaced with a straight pipe. Starts up great even when cold, but could use a little more tuning.
I have bags for the t-tops, owner's manual, and a clean title. Has historical plates. I've tried to describe the car honestly as it sits, it's in excellent condition with NO RUST and no mechanical issues.
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