Oldsmobile Cutlass S 1976 posters

Oldsmobile Cutlass S

The Oldsmobile Cutlass was an automobile made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. It was first introduced in 1961 as a unibody compact car competing with the Dodge Lancer and Mercury Comet. It went on to become one of the most popular nameplates in the industry in the 1970s. Fourth Generation The 1973 launch of the F-85/Cutlass introduced the GM's "Colonnade" A platform. The model lineup included the Cutlass "S", Cutlass Supreme, Cutlass Salon, Vista Cruiser station wagon, and the 442 appearance package for the Cutlass "S" colonnade coupe. The Cutlass Salon was added as an upscale model with the first four-door model followed by a two-door version in 1974. This was also the first Oldsmobile with the 'international' flags emblem, later adopted for the Cutlass Ciera. The 1975 Cutlass featured the Oldsmobile 260 V8 engine with a 5-speed manual transmission (T-50, optional in 1976 and 1977) or an optional automatic transmission (TH-200 or TH-350). Optional engines were the Olds 350 or Olds 455, but only with automatic transmissions. 1977 saw the addition of the Buick 231 in³ V6 as well as a restyle and the replacement of the 455 with the Olds 403. In 1976, the Oldsmobile Cutlass became America's best selling car.

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