That does not sound good. I'm amazed at how so many people think modifications away from stock are appealing. I find them pimpy. Most cars look their best in purist form. Just look at the last rendition of the Bonneville, starting in 2000. The more letters got appended to the name, the tackier it got. It took getting a base LE to avoid the much disliked grooved Pontiac cladding of that era. The only problem was that the LE came with wheel covers ... and some type of alloy wheels and a console were necessary to make it credible as a full size sport sedan. Ditto with the Olds Intrigue. I was not a fan of the spoiler. The upward bowed cant of the trunk lid and the crease at its edge were sufficient to make it look good.
I found that the Custom Cruiser started you out with cloth seats, so leather must have been an upgrade. I also read that the 5.0 and the 5.7 were produced by Chevrolet. By the 1990s, divisional GM ownership of engines ceased to be; however, most who kept tabs on GM would have known that 305s were made by Chevy and 307s were made by Olds. If I was in the market for this vehicle and my V8 wasn't made by Olds, I don't think I'd buy the vehicle.
There is a weirdly modified Custom Cruiser of that era around here I see occasionally...black, with a padded top covering the back side windows, dark window tint, blue headlights, custom wheels and big tires, very loud exhaust, big hood scoop...
I liked these. I didn't love them. So, then, today I saw the last rendition of Olds' Custom Cruiser full size wagon. It was white. Couldn't get a photo. It was in very good condition. This model was only run for 1991 and 1992. That meant I was looking at a 27 or 28 year old RWD vehicle that the years had been kind to.
The front end is cool. The rear third is a little on the bloated side. They kept the old school square front fascia all the way through 1990.
I was driving and couldn't look at the interior but, wow, this looks like a nicely crafted interior that's quite a few notches above a base GM offering in wagons of that era. There's the vista roof treatment that Olds used to use quite extensively in wagons.
I'm guessing V8s of the 5.0 (307) or 5.7 (350) variety, hopefully produced by Oldsmobile Motor Division.