One-Owner Envy: 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible – SOLD!
November 15th Update – This Cutlass Convertible did not last long as we confirmed the seller deleted his listing. So, call this one “Sold!”
This past weekend, the original owner of this 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible posted his car in Media, Pennsylvania where he is currently asking $3,200. The NADA Guides Online Valuation Tool currently lists is “Low”, “Average”, and “High” retail value for these cars at $1,425, $2,800, and $3,950, respectively so the original owner appears to have his car realistically priced.
When new in 1993, I wanted one of these Oldsmobile Convertibles. Badly. Even in the color featured here, only with the white leather interior. Traveling for work constantly at that time, the Emerald Aisle at National Car Rental almost always had a coupe version of the GM-10 based Cutlass awaiting my arrival. Spending so much time behind the wheel of these cars, I gained an appreciation for the extremely comfortable bucket seats and the power of the 3.4 Liter DOHC V6, although the torque steer had its moments. Alas, with prices in the mid-twenties at the time, a job transfer and a baby on the way made purchasing a new one unattainable when new.
Times and tastes change, so I like how the original owner replaced the worn original white vinyl top with a black canvas unit. I also appreciate the silver-gray leather buckets of this example likely hide many more flaws than white versions would after 26 years. There aren’t many four-seat convertibles that can fit in your garage and still hold a decent amount of luggage like these Cutlass Convertibles. With only 102K original, non-winter miles traveled and sales documentation from new, this Oldsmobile is calling to me, even though the two rear power windows need attention and the factory radio decided to hold onto the last CD played. Alas, this car posted only one week after we bought our ’84 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz project, so perhaps it was divine providence that I have to pass once again. My lost opportunity is your gain. All I ask is that you give me a ride around RADwood East next year when I see you there. Until then, good luck with the purchase!
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