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  1. Looking for a factory 4 speed Cutlass or F-85 Car... 2 Door only Please let me know if you have anything? Please email me at torqueline@2strokeheads.com Thanks
  2. 1970 Olds Cutlass frame off restoration - garage kept - never seen rain $29,000 479-366-9366 Restored with a 350 ram jet crate engine with less than 4,000 miles. Spent over $40,000 to restore. Modifications include: New 350 engine Vintage AC New Phoenix transmission New interior Tangerine orange color New wire harness New rear end New stainless steel gas tank Ram air hood New American racing wheels Complete under frame powder coating Complete rebuild documentation
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    1993 Olds A/C

    Hi, I am new to this forum & am looking for some help with the A/C on my 1993 Olds. When I got the vehicle the freon had all leaked out so I am trying to recharge it. I bought a conversion kit to R134a and have been able to get the compressor to run by snipping the wires to the compressor clutch & direct wiring it from the battery so that now it has a full charge. However, when I put it back on its own electrical wiring. the compressor won't kick in and run. I've run down the codes on the ALDL and the only error I got was 23 = MAT/IAT, which I've confirmed is faulty. I was able to clear that code by bypassing the IAT with a paperclip (!) and now there are no error codes, so I'm thinking it's not the ECM. So...I'm trying to figure out who the other suspects might be. Any ideas? I found the high pressure sensor but I'm not sure how to bypass/check that. I'm not sure if there is a sensor on the low pressure side, or what other components I should be checking. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks so much for taking time to read & respond!
  4. Hi I'm selling this 1971 Skylark on eBay - one owner AZ car, all original unrestored in beautiful condition, was last registered in 1992, it's in top mechanical condition and ready to drive anywhere, 350 with AC, here is the link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/111285092951?forcerRptr=true&item=111285092951&viewitem=&sspagename=ADME:L:LCA:MOTORS:1123
  5. I have for sale a set of (4) wire wheel covers for 1968 Oldsmobile F-85, Cutlass, 442, possible other models for 1968-1969. These are in excellent condition with only minor scuffs/dings, and have been dry stored for many years. These are NOT junkyard covers that have been exposed to the elements for 40 years! Pictures are available here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/291051049026?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649#ht_649wt_611 Thanks for looking!
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    72 Cutlass Club

    How can I find out how many 72 Cutlass S Club Sedans were made?? With a 350 engine. Vin# says 350 was the original. Any sites to check out to give me more info? All the production numbers I have found are Cutlass with a 442. I have been searching for weeks and I can't find anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys!
  7. Center console die-cast (chrome) cover and upper trrim from 1965 cutlass I parted out; I have the trim pieces only, don't have the console housing. Very nice condition, nice chrome with no pitting. $50 plus shipping (WI). Phone 7156 901 0012, leave message.
  8. Hi everyone! first post to this forum, been meaning to get some info on our 1981 oldsmobile cutlass calais, found out the the production number for 81" calais are around 4,100 it has the factory floor shifter and and bucket seats. just got my buddy to go to gm and pick up the option list from the orginal dealer dean martin oldsmobile and sure enough i got back a three page rpo code list. Vin 2- canadian built g- general motors 3- oldsmobile a- nonpassive manual belts k- cutlass calais 47- coupe 2 door notchback special j- 4.4l 2 barrel div - 1,2,3,4,7 div- 1,7 3- check digit b- 1981 2-ste therese pq 440591 prod. seq (since there is alot i will just put the rpo code if you would like to know the option comment and i will tell you!) rpo code list 199 d35 tt5 z49 72l d55 u19 72u d64 u21 77e gh2 u25 771 jm7 u26 a01 k35 u27 a31 k73 u29 a90 km7 u41 ac3 l39 u46 ar9 n33 u75 au3 n91 ue8 b79 nk1 un3 b85 nk3 up8 b94 nm4 vk3 bs1 nm5 y55 bx2 nm6 y71 c49 ny8 y78 c65 t46 ys1 cd4 t63 yt1 I know that some rare ones are the NK3 (formual steering wheel) and y78 (88 holiday coupe pkg) let me knwo everyone i can post pictures of the car if enough people are intersted! thanks everyone hope i have a good experience with this forum
  10. Looking for a nice 76 or 77 Cutlass. I would prefer a Salon but would consider the right Supreme but I'm not interested in a Brougham. 76-77 Cutlass daily driver as original as possible Must have bucket seats t-top would be great color not important Thanks, Mark
  11. I'm not a Newbie to Oldsmobiles, but this is my first Classic or Vintage Olds and since I've always been a Chevy man with the exception of my 58 Buick and my GMCs, I'm ignorant regarding early small blocks, however I'm reading great stuff about the 330 engine which is what's in my 65 Cutlass Convertible. The restoration done in the early 80s was well documented and the car was in storage for almost 2 decades but unfortunately the heir to the collector's estate is clueless, and I've found nothing indicating that anything was done except cosmetic work. I've not uncovered the codes on the right head yet because of the power steering pump brackets as I am driving the car for inspections, tire installation etc, but the casting on the front of the block shows to be a 66-67 394417 39° cam bank angle according to what I've read, so I'm asking for assistance. The number that's easily visible on mine is 394417 3 and my question for you experts is... COULD THIS BE THE CORRECT NUMBERS MATCHING ENGINE FOR A LATE PRODUCTION LANSING MICH 65 CUTLASS CONVERTIBLE, or has the engine been changed out? Everything indicates this is an original 66,000 mile car including the title and assurances of the seller and their agent, and I first became alarmed and concerned when my Carb guy said that this has a 67 W-30 Quadrajet which he's rebuilding and setting up for my small block since it ran really rich, leaked all over the place and loaded up on occasion. Tank and fuel lines were flushed and we're double filtering pre pump and in carb. Engine ID numbers on heads makes no sense to me because you can change out the heads easily, so how do I figure this out guys? If this isn't the correct engine for my car I want to acquire one eventually so I'll be on the hunt, and I want the best heads which are the 330 with a #4 stamp correct??? I've acquired some already so I hope so! LOL I'll have them ported polished with the larger stainless valves and hardened ex seats and keep driving with no down time, and those are the heads I have on the engine now too. Or, what about the Edelbrock aluminum with their intake?? Any feedback or advice since that's bolt on out of the box and can be as good of a deal depending on how much you spend upgrading yours? This is a driver, investment, local car show fun toy, but I want some things as close to original or kept easily restore-able for purist and value reasons. http://multiply.com/mu/justjordy2/image/1/photos/50/800x800/20/17-10-10-1642.jpg?et=NJ2zBff%2CZqSnUGr8tF7F6A&nmid=376555438
  12. All original and in great condition. Runs, drives and has a full tank of fuel. Engine is 260 CI V8. Transmission shifts smooth through all gears. Main color is the original white on bottom with dark blue on top of car and hood. Has the original five hole wheels. I have removed all wheel components, cleaned, sanded wheels, painted with correct light blue metallic for early model Chevrolet. I polished chrome lug nuts, center caps, beauty rings, inserts with 00 steel wool. They all turned out very nice and look brand new. I also painted radiator core support cover, top of core support, air filter base, top. All glass is good and original. Driver side door needs attention. Chrome on bumpers in great condition, no dents and body panels are straight with no obvious repairs or damage. No rust in trunk or floors. Bucket seats. Console with T handle shifter. New headliner, needs seat covers, carpet, dash. AC not working and I think it just needs recharging. Current inspection through April of 2011. No current tag, clear title in hand. This 30 year old Olds will be a super nice car for anyone willing to put the time and effort into this classic ride. I’m asking $3,200.00 OBO. Call Scott @ 210-887-8343. Thanks for looking!
  13. Hi! I'm looking for a decent, useable '66 Cutlass rear bumper. Thanks in advance. Tim tltlflynn@sbcglobal.net
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