Grampa bought it new, and I got her just this year. 1985 Olds Cutlass Ciera Hess & Earnhardt convertible. Never saw another one. Have the original dealer brochure etc, but it doesn't even mention how to order one. I would really appreciate any info from coach builders, and especially the Florida outfit that bought the parts. My car is 100% rust free with 47k miles, but I need a few little items, and I can't find anything on the web or at shows!
I live in WPB Florida, and own a 1985 Cutlass Convertible also with the 231 or 3.8 MPFI V6, the car shows 51K and I am the second owner. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I own a 85 Ciera Indy 500 convertible as well. It has only 17K original and is in great condition. I took it for a cruise around the Indy Speedway the night before the 500, and got a lot of positive comments. I have pictures of it in the 1985 500 parade from the original owner as well. It has the 4 cylinder Iron Duke engine. How many others are out there? It would be great to hear from you.
I also have one of the 1985 Indy 500 Festival Cieras. Mine has 28K original miles and looks like new inside, outside, and underneath. Though loaded with most options, it too only has the 4 cylinder Iron Duke. I'm trying to find out if they originally had any Pace Car graphics on the doors. Mine does not, only the Indy badges on the fenders and the red stripes on the side. But I know the Oldsmobile windshield graphic was removed sometime by a previous owner, so I'm not sure about the door graphics.
If anyone out there has vintage pictures from the 1985 Parade that show the doors, I'd love to see them. All the ones I've found online and in the Indy yearbook either show a front view or have the door covered by the Mickey Mouse Grand Marshall sign. I'd also like to find out who used my exact car. I can be reached at email@example.com if you have anything to share.
I am the owner of a 88 Cadillac Deville Convertible, which was converted by Car Craft of Lima OH. I have a broken convertible top latch, which I'm trying to replace. A few years back I found one of original owners of the company, and if I remember correctly, he said the latches were made by Hess and Eisenhardt. I have had no luck on tracking any info to help locate a replacement by this company or any other company. Any ideas? Can respond to me via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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