18th Mar 2004, 17:19
Bought my car in 2001. Turns a lot of heads being white on white on white. Has 160,000kms on odometer, but handles and looks very well.
8th Aug 2004, 17:24
Thanks for all the comments I found on your site. I was thinking about not buying this 1994 cutlass convertible, but now I'm going to get it tomorrow. I have a 93 with 180,000 miles on it, it's not a convertible, but its been the best running car I've ever owned.
3rd Sep 2004, 16:51
I got a 1993 Cutlass convertible a couple of months ago. I was expecting to move into a home where I would have a garage, so I bought one that I figured needed some work. I got a red one, with 3.4 V6 and four wheel disks. I LOVE IT. Well, I haven't moved and car has to sit out in an apartment parking lot. I took it to a Olds dealer to get a tune up; by the looks of the paint and carpet it seemed that it would probably need a good tune up and I asked them to check the electrical system too. The dealer kept it for a couple of days. I went in and they said it did not need a tune up, the electrical system was charging fine and it didn't EVEN NEED AN OIL CHANGE!!! This from a dealer? I'll keep it as long as I can get in and out of it. Looking to get it painted by next summer and replace the carpet. I expect to enjoy the process.
26th Oct 2004, 06:01
I purchased a 1995 olds cutlass supreme cont. in 2003 with only 45,000 miles garage kept, green with tan top, tan leather. this car was been wonderful! I like the handling and gas mileage etc. and it definitely turns heads with the top down. this is a car I will leave the kids :)
2nd Jan 2005, 22:04
I bought an 95 Olds 3.4L convt. Perfect car.
I have had some issues, but the style of the car is unmathced.
I have changed the lower intake gaskets, tried to fix and oil leak and replaced the brakes. it has 89K on it, I bought it with 60K.
Need to replace the top now..
1st Feb 2005, 20:51
To anyone replacing their top, I would suggest buying a top off of e-bay. They are only 150 shipped. A dealer would probably charge you 600 easy plus another 400 - 700 to install it. The installation is vary simple all you need is some glue, a staple gun, a driver, a utility knife, something to fish the wire through the top (dry clean hanger would work) and that's about it. It's a piece of cake you will be done in about 8-10 hours and won't have anymore leaks through the windows. Good Luck.
16th Jan 2006, 10:45
I too have a 95 Cutlass convertible, White, with white top and black leather interior. Its got 69K miles, and runs like new. I had a 94 (aqua blue) brand new in 94, and loved it ... lease ran out so I turned it in. What a mistake! I've been wanting another, and finally got this one this past summer. Its in storage now for the winter months, but I expect to be driving this head turner for years to come. This has got to be one of the best looking Cutlass convertibles made. In my opinion, it beats out the ones from the late 60's and early 70's in terms of styling. There are some nice ones still left, and I'd recommend grabbing one before their prices really climb. They will be a collectible!