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Originally Code 65 Flame Orange (a mix of orange and red), the shade it now wears is a brighter red, one that turns heads and certainly helps emphasize the car’s finer points, because as we all know, it’s nearly impossible to hide bad bodywork under bright paint. The work was finished a few years back and shows some signs of use, but still looks great today, making this the kind of car that stands out without making a spectacle of itself. Instead, onlookers will surely appreciate the great shine of the finish, the painted-on black 442 hood stripes on the Ram Air hood, and the slick hardtop roof that wasn’t subdued in the factory by a vinyl top.
Splitting the front buckets is a factory middle console that is also adorned with wood grain applique, and it houses the shifter for the TH350 automatic transmission below. Open the spacious trunk out back and you’ll see that the space could easily handle just about any cross-country trip. Power comes from a stout 455 cubic inch Oldsmobile V8 under the hood, which wasn’t what this particular Cutty was born with (it was born with a 350 4-barrel), but this big block was easily THE motor to have if you wanted to plant big power.
Vehicle Description Almost everyone says they want a Chevelle, but the cars we have the most difficulty keeping in stock are under $40k muscle cars like this very solid 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Tribute. Dressed in classic high-impact colors and offering up a fantastic blend of vintage performance and luxury, it’s no surprise that these muscle car Cuttys are gaining traction as some of the best collector cars to own. But bonafide ‘car guys’ aren’t the only ones taking more notice, as surging sales of vintage Cutlass’ are proof that they’re fully entrenched as favorites for regular guys that want something cooler than just another Chevelle.