1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds

Condition: Used
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
SubModel: Hurst/Olds
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1975
Mileage: 25,715
Color: White
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
Air conditioning, Cruise control

Description for Oldsmobile Cutlass 1975

The often-overlooked 1975 Hurst/Olds is due for a big bounce in collector car circles, nd there's no better example to own than this 25,715 original mile survivor. the W25 350 and fitted with T-tops and the traditional Hurst dual-gate shifter, t's inexpensive muscle car fun that always draws a crowd.The full-sized Oldsmobile styling for 1975 was remarkably trim and sporting, ith a semi-fastback profile that only got more attractive with the Hurst upgrades. The look was popular, ith 1975 being the Hurst/Olds' best sales year to date, ith 2535 being built, ven with a price premium that was about $900 more than a comparable 442. This particular Hurst/Olds is a beautiful survivor still wearing its original Cameo White paint, beautifully-maintained car that has obviously had two caring owners that understood it was something special. The paint shines the way only original GM enamel can and even the Hurst gold decals are in first-rate condition considering they just passed their 41st birthday. A padded roof is an unusual touch on a sporty car, ut this one is almost like new with no signs of trouble underneath. The chrome is shiny and clear, he plastic and rubber trim is still excellent, nd, ell, e've rarely seen a better-preserved car than this.The outrageous red and white interior is pure disco-era funky, ut there's a sporting look that ties it all together quite nicely. The tall bucket seats with cloth inserts are as comfortable as they look and yes, hat's 100% original upholstery. A console in an Oldsmobile may seem odd to us today, ut performance cars with the Hurst dual-gate shifter were nothing new to buyers in 1975. This car is also loaded with options, ncluding factory A/C, tilt steering column, ruise control, nd an AM/FM/8-track stereo radio that was kind of a big deal in 1975. The T-tops, lso known as the Hurst/Hatch, ere used for the first time on the 1975 models and they still seal up well and don't rattle, ore proof that this is a clean, ow-mileage car. Two big, ound pods ahead of the driver hold the gauges, big speedometer on the left and auxiliary gauges on the right, ncluding temperature and oil pressure. A full-sized car like this also offers a spacious back seat that's good for real-sized adults, nd if you want to head out on a road trip, here's a big trunk with a matching gold wheel and what may very well be the original spare tire.The W25 on the front fenders means there's an Oldsmobile 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood. Completely original and untouched save for routine maintenance items, t's a wonderful driver with great authenticity that will make it an appealing candidate for survivor-class judging. Sure, he decal on the air cleaner is a little ragged and there are a few scuffs here and there, ut for a 41-year-old machine, t's shockingly nice. Turn the key and it runs like only an untouched car can, ith a silky smoothness that more than lives up to the reputation of '70s Oldsmobiles. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly and there are 2.73 gears out back, aking this an easy cruiser on the highway. Looking around underneath, ou'll also note the original exhaust system, ncluding catalytic converter, s 100% intact and the floors are in excellent shape. In fact, ust about the only parts that aren't factory-installed are the 15-inch white-letter radials, hich may be only the second set of tires this car has ever worn.Beautifully preserved and quite rare, his is a future collectable with a great pedigree, ll for a very reasonable price. If you've been looking for a way into the hobby that isn't a garden-variety Chevelle, his Hurst/Olds delivers. Call today!