1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon 442 Survivor 455ci Well Optioned NO RESERVE

1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Salon

Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
SubModel: Salon 442
Type: Coupe
Trim: 442 Salon
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1975
Mileage: 91120
VIN: 3K57T5D110696
Color: Yellow
Engine: V8 7.5L
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hilton, New York, United States
Extras
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Description for Oldsmobile Cutlass 1975

Great Lakes Classic Carsoffers up for auction atNO RESERVEthis1975 Oldsmobile CutlassSalon 4-4-2Check out this 455ci SurvivorWe have the books and the car is an un-restored original A solid car with good frame and reputable mechanicals, though it was of regular use, it will obviously need your own finishing touches to make it your own and bring it to date.It has a couple holes on floor pan and patches in the trunk. Some surface scaling and a bit of rust here and there in the typical areas but nothing insultingly horrendous that can't be easily repaired.Restore it as you drive it! Here is some info collected from Wikipedia on the 1975 model year.The 1975 4-4-2 received revised vertical-bar grilles and continued with vertically stacked taillight lenses. It was once again a handling/appearance package on base Cutlass and Cutlass S coupes with content similar to previous years.Radial tires were now standard equipment, along with a GM High Energy electronic ignition. All engines were mated to catalytic converters, which required use of unleaded gasoline and spelled the end of true dual exhausts. With economy now a selling point following the 1973-74 energy crisis resulting from the Arab Oil Embargo, the '75 4-4-2 and most other Cutlass models no longer included a V8 engine as standard equipment.For the first time since its 1964 introduction, the 4-4-2 came standard with a six-cylinder engine, Chevrolet's 250 cubic-inch inline unit which had previously been offered on some Olds intermediates from 1966 to 1971 and the compact Olds Omega since its 1973 introduction. Also new this year was a small Olds-built 260 cubic-inch Rocket V8 specifically designed for fuel economy. The 170-horsepower 350 Rocket V8 was now an extra-cost option along with the 190-horsepower 455 V8. A three-speed manual transmission was reinstated as standard equipment with the six-cylinder engine with the Turbo Hydra-matic transmission optional with that engine and the only transmission offered with the V8 engines. Interiors again consisted of bench seats with cloth-and-Moroceen vinyl or all-Moroceen trim, or optional swiveling Strato buckets upholstered in Moroceen vinyl. Revised door panels featured pull straps. Console optional with bucket seats. Due to SAE Net horsepower ratings, it appeared that there was a power drop from earlier engines but this is not the case. The Oldsmobile 455 also had significant torque at low RPM. For 1975 the 4-4-2 equipped with a 455 was rated by Oldsmobile at 190 hp @ 3400 rpm and 350 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm.If you are a NY State resident, you will have to pay for a NYS Inspection as well as Sales Tax based on your Municipality/County Rates.Thank you and Good Luck Bidding!