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1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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Thanks for this.  The price is absurd.  I'm also not crazy about the color combination.

For me, 1985 and 1986 were "miss" years for this car.  The grille looked like that of the 1983, which was boring.  On coupes, the 1984 looked good and then, with the front clip redo, the 1987 and 1988 (RWD classic) looked good.

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'85 is probably my favorite grille texture of that generation...2 vertical bars w/ mesh squares between.   Never liked the '87-88 front w/ the dopey composite flush headlights.

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I never had a visual complaint with any year G Body Cutlass Supreme.  

Obviously (for me), I always prefered the muscle car versions.  442 or Hurst versions.  It was the whole package that attracted me to them. Still to this day.  The paint jobs, the Olds Rally wheels.    As a teen, I did dream of higher horsepower for them and in turn faster 0-60 and quarter mile times...   So my only quip for them back in the day  and today would be that I wished they had higher horespower and torque ratings and consequently faster performance numbers.   And if I was to complain right now, in hindsight speaking from a 2023 point of view, I wished that these cars handled the twisties like  modern Cadillac V Series sedans.    

Oh...and because we are talking about OLDSMOBILE Cutlass Supremes, regardless if it were base Supremes or Broughams or 442s and Hursts, that the interiors actually MATCHED the Oldsmobile badge...  


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