A Supreme Choice: 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

  • February 26, 2021
The Rundown
  • One Family Owned & Garaged Since New!
  • 350ci V8 Engine
  • Bucket Seats w/ Center Console
  • Air Conditioning
  • Sweet Color-Matched Super Stock lll Wheels
Why We Like It

There was a time in the mid-‘70s when you couldn’t cross the street without seeing at least three Oldsmobile Cutlasses, and in 1976 alone, GM produced a staggering 186,647 Cutlass Supreme Coupes. They were immensely popular for several good reasons, including their attractive styling, affordable base price ($4,486), comfortability, and reliability, while the standard 350ci V8 Oldsmobile engine backed by GM’s venerable TH350 automatic transmission made them mechanically bulletproof.

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a-supreme-choice-1976-oldsmobile-cutlass-supreme00f0f fqYTcfCUDaaz 0uY0ne 1200x900This well optioned Cutlass Supreme is equipped with factory air conditioning, bucket seats with console and floor shifter, power steering, power front disc brakes, AM/FM 8-track radio, dual sport mirrors, blue vinyl landau-type roof, and color-keyed factory Super Stock III wheels. It’s also said to run and drive great and comes with its original owner’s and service manuals. It’s a great looking car that appears to have been well cared for by its long-term owner and it’s still in excellent condition inside and out.

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Valuation Verdict

Much of the old car hobby is driven by nostalgia. The fact that the Cutlass Supreme was so popular for so long is a good sign that they may become more sought after in the near future, especially when many collectors are getting priced out of the earlier models. The NADA value guide assesses an average retail value of $12,312, with a high value of $21,750. The asking price for this clean Supreme seems very reasonable to us, plus the seller is open to offers.

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