1968 Olds Cutlass S Dyno
This is the original numbers matching engine that has just finished being
rebuilt, broke in and tuned on the Dyno, and is now being installed
back in the car with American Racing Headers. Also, putting in a new
clutch, rebuilt power steering box, new 2 1/2 stainless Exhaust pipes all the way back with new
mufflers, new shocks, and I'm switching from 3.08 to 3.42 gears. It went
on the Dyno twice, but
I was only there on the second day, and it had a 348.6 HP and 378 TQ. My
game plan on this build was to keep it stock looking on the outside, but
beef up the internals. The only place it will not look stock is that I am
going to be using the American Racing Headers. I'm using the stock iron
intake, but am jetting the 7028250 Q-jet to W-31 specs. I'm keeping the #5
heads, went with 2.000/1.625 valves, had a 5 angle grind with light bowl
work done, and went with Dave's HEI ignition. I went with a full roller
setup, filled the heat riser, and welded the center divider. I'll get the
compression figures, but it ended up close to 10:1. For more photos, you
can check out my Google+ page at
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1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Here at Vanguard Motor Sales in Plymouth, Michigan, we sell a ton of great
Chevelles and GTOs, but it's always a rare treat when we find an awesome
Oldsmobile like this 1969 Cutlass. Not surprisingly, when most people think
of Oldsmobile muscle cars visions of gnarly 442s start dancing through
their heads; and as nice as those cars are, they simply can't compare with
a well kept, laser straight vehicle like this. If you're looking for rare,
investment grade muscle that will bring home big trophies and an even
bigger return, this Oldsmobile is the car you've been waiting for.
The body is straight, rust free, bondo free and well done. There are no
bubbles, no waves, no dents and no scratches. The panel gaps fit excellent
for the hood, trunk and doors. The door lips are clean and solid. The
stunning Nassau blue metallic paint shows excellent gloss and luster. The
bright chrome bumpers, stainless trim and black vinyl top are all well
maintained and free of flaws.
Mechanically, this car is completely read to go. The engine is a 350ci that
sounds meaner than most of the cars in our showroom, and looks fantastic in
the cars black engine bay. Turn the key and the dual feed Holley
carburetor, with vacuum secondaries, sucks air through the air cleaner. A
new alternator, new fuel pump, a rebuilt radiator and a repainted heater
box look great next to the beautiful firewall and inner fenders. Little
details make this engine bay shine, such as perfect MSD wiring, chrome bolt
caps, and the hoses being in such great shape. This engine flat out rocks;
it's all day reliable with massive power; at 70mph the tachometer reads
The bottom of the car is just as beautiful as the engine bay. Let's start
at the rear. There is a new gas tank, and a new Exhaust system with Flowmasters. The GM 10 bolt
rear end does not have posi. The 350 turbo transmission shifts awesome. The frame is
just gorgeous, with all new bushings. The floorboards are solid, with no
rust or patches. I could find only one patch anywhere underneath the car,
and it was very well done; on the driver side of the trunk drop down panel.
The shocks are new, there are new bushings on both front and rear lower
control arms, new sway bar links and new u-joints on the drive shaft. This
car has been extremely well cared for over the years. There is a beautiful
aluminum pan, and updated disc brakes.
Inside the car, you'll find a nicely restored black vinyl interior that is
both comfortable and appealing. The bucket seats and console set up is a
classic. The interior lights work, the door buzzer works and the gauges
work. On the passenger's side of the dash you'll find a correct Hurst logo
attached to the locking glove box. This Cutlass is ready for the local
cruise and car show!
Documentation for this car includes the original owners manual,
protect-o-plate, original warranty certificate, order form, and some
receipts for maintenance performed since the restoration.
In summary, this 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass is a phenomenal car that could not
be reproduced for three times the asking price. The numbers matching 350
will cruise effortlessly at will and the car is ready to go to the local
cruise night or show and bring home serious trophies. Instant gratification
is a great thing, especially when you can spend a third of the money and
drive a complete car out of our showroom the next day. Call today 7 days a
Uncle Teds 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Ram Rod 350
This car is 1 of 674 Cutlass S two door hardtop coupes with the "Ram-Rod"
option that were produced. This one sports a 4-speed M-21 transmission
coupled to a 3.91:1 rear posi. The 350 C.I. Olds Rocket V-8 with dual air
scoops, special high lift cam, special crankshaft dampener, special
calibrated distributor, special calibrated carburetor, dual Exhaust, and heavy duty cooling system powers
this mid 1968 introduced Olds musclecar.
Oldsmobile Cutlass V8 Sound [HD]
Oldsmobile Cutlass with V8 Exhaust
Sound - The Oldsmobile Cutlass was built from 1967 to mid-spring in 1981.
It was also available as Oldsmobile 442 - an American muscle car. Enjoy the
typical V8 engine sound.
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1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Tour and First Drive
Got to see the cutlass after it was detailed for the lot, this thing was a
mess before, also it was a repo vehicle for those who do not know, check
the other update vid on my channel to see when we first got it back
1968 442 1979 Boulder City 2009 Burnout HD
When I posted my original video youtube called "1968 442 & 1973 340 Duster
in 1979 Boulder City", I didn't know what ever happened to my 442. I had
sold it in the early 1980's and never saw it again. I recently found it and
the new owner was nice enough to let me drive it once again. It brought
back such great memories. Darren (the new owner) brought it back from the
dead (the guy I sold it to nearly destroyed the car) and suped up the big
block 400 and it still has the massive torque it had before. The funny part
of this story is that this was my first car when I was 16 years old. When
Darren got it, it was his first car when he was 16 as well. Enjoy.
Chevelle SS vs Mustang GT 350 Drag Race
A Chevelle SS vs Mustang
GT350 Drag Race at Edgewater During Muscle Car Sunday. I know it doesn't
look like it but the Mustang Won, It ran about 8.4 seconds
while the Chevelle ran about 10 seconds
Here is a video with just the Mustang alone: