Oldsmobile Cutlass Accessories & Parts

    About Oldsmobile Cutlass


    Beginning as a unibody compact car, the Oldsmobile Cutlass later had a great success as a body-on-frame intermediate vehicle. Being the top trim level in compact F-85 line, it was first introduced in 1961. For 1970s, the Cutlass was known as the most popular nameplate in the industry, and by the 1980s it became a sub-marque. Oldsmobile Cutlass included the following types: the Cutlass Calais compact, the midsize Cutlass Ciera, the Cutlass Cruiser station wagon, and the premium midsize Cutlass Supreme. Its experimental version was sports coupe designed in 1954, which featured platform similar to the compact F-85, the 110-inch wheelbase, the V8 engine, and a dramatic fastback roof line.

    Debuting in May 1961 as a sporting trim, the Cutlass sports coupe was a pillared two-door vehicle with such interior parts as bucket seats and center console. It was powered by the 185 hp four-barrel version of the V8 engine. The Cutlass became a pillarless "hardtop" in 1962. The hardtop Jetfire model was much faster, and it carried a Garrett turbocharged version of the 215 V8 engine. Having bucket seats and console, unique trim, and a vacuum gauge mounted in the console, the hardtop-like less powerful Cutlass offered soft suspension. The Cutlass convertible was added to the lineup the same 1962. The first generation compact cars were enlarged for the 1964 model year. The new intermediate vehicle rode conventional body-on-frame chassis. Bigger news for the second generation was the arrival of Cutlass Supreme four-door hardtop sedan as it was the first such body style in the intermediate line. The Turnpike Cruiser, offered as coupe and convertible, was the new model in 1967. It came with a 6.6-liter engine and low axle ratio for efficient freeway riding. The third generation Cutlass body was significantly restyled. Offered as a mid-level and high-end trims for the F-85, the model now featured different wheelbases for two- and four-door cars.

    The fourth generation Cutlass used new "Colonnade" A-body platform. The car was available in the following trims: base Cutlass, Cutlass "S", Cutlass Supreme, Cutlass Salon, Vista Cruiser station wagon, and the 442 appearance package on the Cutlass "S" colonnade coupe. For the mid-1970s the Cutlass was known as America's best selling car. The fifth generation model was downsized featuring shorter wheelbase. The model line included Salon and Salon Brougham fastback coupes and sedans, and the formal roof Supreme, Supreme Brougham, and Calais coupes. The fastback Salon coupe was later dropped though, the Supreme and Calais parts were restyled with more aerodynamic nose and smoother body lines. The 4-4-2 was also dropped. Starting with 1982, Cutlass became a sub-marque, that included Cutlass Ciera, Cutlass Supreme, and Cutlass Calais. Known as Oldsmobile's best-selling model, the front-wheel drive Ciera was available in 2-door coupe, 4-door sedan, and 4-door wagon body styles. It was powered by base 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and optional 160-hp 3.3-liter V6 engine. Base engine was paired with standard three-speed automatic transmission, while a 4-speed OD automatic came with the V6. Until 1984, the Supreme model was known as the Cutlass Calais, and afterward, in 1985, it was renamed as "Cutlass Salon." Offered as a coupe, a 4-door sedan, and a convertible, the model was based on G platform. It began with 180-horsepower, 2.3-liter High Output version of the Quad 4 engine, paired with 5-speed manual transmission. The rear-wheel drive G-special coupe became Cutlass Supreme Classic for its final year of production. This model was replaced by the Oldsmobile Intrigue. The third nameplate was the Cutlass Calais. Based on N-body platform, the compact Calais was the front-wheel drive vehicle. It was replaced by the Oldsmobile Achieva in 1992. Replacing Oldsmobile Ciera, the sixth generation Cutlass used N platform, just like Pontiac Grand Am, Buick Skylark, and Oldsmobile Achieva. Being very much alike with Chevy Malibu, it featured such Oldsmobile Cutlass parts, as distinctive split-grille fascia, all red rear tail lights, and unique optional chrome wheels. The last Cutlass car was produced on July 2, 1999.

    One of the most important cars in American history, the Oldsmobile Cutlass has seen the scope of the industry evolve countless times, and has managed to keep up right along with it. Simply put, the Cutlass is a classic, and should be treated as such. Drivers of the Oldsmobile Cutlass stand alone, realizing the true authenticity and class that their vehicle represents. Each generation of the Cutlass is special in its own way, and each brings in its own tasteful additions and parts that compliment the others. There is no reason to sleep on this superpower because it can still be the life of the party when given the chance with the help of stylish accessories.

    CARiD.com carries a complete line of Oldsmobile Cutlass Accessories and Parts. Anything you need - interior, exterior, style, comfort, or protection can be found inside our selection. Dash kits, floor mats, spoilers, and chrome trim are just some of the options available to you. Plus, all of our Oldsmobile Cutlass accessories and parts are comprised of the highest quality materials and guaranteed to be of precise OEM fit. Your vehicle is important. And it needs to display your sense of individuality. Oldsmobile Cutlass accessories make it happen.



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    Whatever you expect from your Oldsmobile Cutlass, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Oldsmobile Cutlass and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!


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    1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass
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    Excellent and worked out just fine. Exceptional customer service.

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