Grab A Sebring Yellow 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350

Steven Symes

This American muscle car comes with all kinds of cool extras.

One of the top things you should be looking for in an investment vehicle is unique qualities. The same things goes if you’re collecting cars just for fun. After all, there are plenty of American muscle cars on the market, but some are just more interesting than others. One perfect example is this 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350.

First and foremost, this is a muscle car, which means it performs great. The numbers-matching 350ci V8 puts out 310-horsepower and a massive 390 lb.-ft. of torque, so you get that rush from pressing on the accelerator. Both the factory air cleaner assembly and the chicken wire screen in the hood are present. Just like the engine, the Turbo 350 automatic transmission is numbers-matching. The original 3.42 rear end is also present, allowing you to hook up and get going in a hurry.

This car wears a special, quite rare paint color, Sebring Yellow. What’s more, the paint is in outstanding condition with a mirror-like finish and virtually no blemishes. Black stripes on the hood add that sporty quality, letting everyone know this car is for serious drivers. Pairing nicely with that is equally impressive chrome on various pieces. Badging, lights, and the wheels are all immaculate as well.

It’s obvious this Olds has been through a comprehensive restoration. The clues are in the details, like a new windshield and weatherstripping. Instead of being grimy or scuffed-up, the doorjambs are slick to the touch. As for the interior, it’s the same story with a damage-free dash, clean headliner, and GM seatbelts.

Fresh upholstery on the bucket seats and plush carpeting makes this car nice to sit in. It also comes with the Rallye gauge cluster and Tik Tok Tachometer for plenty of nostalgia. Even the ashtray features the original lighter, making for a complete setup.

This is a special Oldsmobile which deserves to go with someone who appreciates the unique options included. To make an offer, contact Volo Auto Museum.

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