- Item Location:
- Elkhart, IN
- Seller: ray111
- Phone: 574-849-5323
STOCK #2120 P P
1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass F85- Matching Numbers -
WOW JUS REDUCED SO HURRY! $28995
NOTE IS IN burlingame CA
1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass
cylinders: 8 cylinders
odometer: ONLY 69125
MILES SINCE NEW IN 1964!
paint color: red
title status: clean
Rare Find!!! Owned since 2004
- Clean Title
- Matching Numbers- Original 330
- Fresh Paint on exterior
- Complete Engine Rebuild; seals, belts, etc.
- Trunk re-done with stereo system
- Engine bay painted and redone
- Interior stock, like new
- Original Black Plate
- California Car- Original Sold in San Leandro
- Original Owners Manual and Protect-O-Plate
This is the first year for the second generation of the Cutlass. It was remade larger, more powerful, and roomier. The clean, simple lines of the car give it a classy look. Up front, a four-bar grill is framed by bright-work on the top and sides, and the bumper on the bottom. It has quad headlights set into it, and an F-85 emblem in the center
. Simple, clean, nice. Oldsmobile script runs across the front of the hood with a chrome accent line running back toward the windshield. The side of the car is uninterrupted except for chrome side molding that picks up at the front bumper, goes up, and then all the way to the back of the car in a straight line.
The look at the rear is a rectangular affair, with triple taillights on each side, and Oldsmobile script in segmented panels between them just above the bumper.
Open the door and check out that awesome door panel. It's vertically pleated with a chrome strip across the top and chrome accents water-falling from it.
Red bucket seats are comfortable and just beg you to get into them and drive away. A two spoke, red and polished metal steering wheel really makes a statement, and it frames a view of the dashboard that carries the exterior design theme of simple, elegant, lines to the interior. A red dash shrouds the speedometer which is set in a polished metal frame and which sits above a black lower dash which has the controls set into it. A factory center console houses a T-Handle shifter for the automatic trans, and has a unique tachometer mounted at the front of it.
New for '64 was the 330-cubic inch engine found in this car, and which is called the Jetfire Rocket V8. That is backed up by the optional, 2-speed automatic transmission, called the Jetaway trans, which had new, variable pitch stator technology. Yes, space race technology was finding its way into our cars by the 1960s.
Or at least what they were naming the parts was super cool! The engine bay itself is neat and clean and finished out nicely. The engine is striking painted all in gold. And yes, that is the correct color, as delivered from the factory, in 1964. There is a Holley 4bbl carb on top of the otherwise stock engine.
Might consider the right trade!! Must be a clean vehicle, would prefer to sell!
Make me an offer!!