1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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  • After one week and about 400 miles, I've come to the conclusion that the 1995 Cutlass Supreme convertible is a well-built, well-equipped automobile that offers exceptional value for the money.

    I am selling my daily driver. I have owned the car for 4 years now. It is a 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 2 dr. It currently has 131,xxx miles on it. It is dark green in color with a light tan leather interior. Motor is the 3.1L V6.

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    My 95 oldsmobile cutlass ciera today had trouble starting. We were at the store and when we came out about 15 minutes after going in it took like 4 trys to start it. There was no sound when trying, did not crank. Its not the battery because it recently had a new alternator put in, not to mention my battery light wasnt on like it was before. This car is an automatic, about 115000 miles on it. Is it the starter? If so how much should that cost me?

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As we have often explained here on BangShift, there is good weird and there is bad weird. We’d consider this 1995 Olds Cutlass the good kind of weird because it was a long term project that turned out well and is cool enough that you could roll this thing into a car show and everyone would fall all over themselves to figure out what it was before the hood got lifted. We have seen plenty of Olds Cutlasses of this era used as drag cars. They were a favorite NHRA pro stock body style for a while but we’re not sure we have ever seen one converted and then kept as a street car! This thing has a nice four link setup in the back and an LT1 making the horsepower up front. With a low slung stance and plenty of attidude, we’d have no problem cruising this thing. Yes, the LT1 would go in a hurry, but for a while it would be fun.