15th Aug 2007, 15:01

I purchased a '94 convertible in October of '06. White over teal. It has the 3.4 DOHC and has not given me a bit of trouble. I like the '94 because in my opinion the dash looks better and you still get the buckets in the back. Bought in Maryland and tried to drive it home (Midwest U.S.). We were going to replace the timing belt as soon as we got it home. The mileage at that time was 69,000. Well, it had sat for 6 months and we made it to Pennsylania and the timing belt snapped. By the time it was home, it costed $3,000 just to transport it. We had to fly home, drive back and tow it. It was a pain, but is a beautiful car.

11th Feb 2008, 08:35

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16th Jun 2008, 22:10

I am very unlucky with cars. My grandfather bought a 95 teal four door Cutlass new the year it was on the market, and now it's in my hands. I have been driving it for two years, but within those years I have had to replace the ignition switch, fix the brakes, and now I have a problem with the air conditioning being on all the time.

I love the car and the way it rides and drives, but I feel like it's now just tired. If anyone knows how to fix the air conditioning problem, please give some feedback.

13th Jun 2009, 22:34

I fell for her the first time I saw her and I fell bad! I swore that one day I would have one and low twelve years later I found a 1995 fire engine red Cutlass rag top.

My girl gets stared at no matter where I take her. With the roof down she looks exotic, and I delight in cruising around town with her.

But on the highway, there is a beast living under her hood. I have never heard an engine sing, but when that big 24 valve double over head cam engine lights up it is a wonder to hear! Now I know how the astronauts feel at launch. As the tach needle climbs you are pushed into the seat and she flies! But oh that engine note!

Some men have 'other women'. I do too. But mine lives in the garage and is topless! I think I'll keep her for a long, long time.

6th Aug 2010, 22:44

I bought a 1995 triple white Cutlass convertible 6 years ago. It was garage kept since new, and it is still garage kept. I only drive it in nice weather, and maybe put a thousand miles a year on it.

There were only 340 triple white 1995 Cutlass convertibles built, and mine is number 304. They are almost extinct, are are growing in value everyday.

Mine is not perfect, but I have plenty of time to make her perfect, since I will have her for a very long time.

It is the best car I have ever owned, and I have had hundreds. No matter how much money I invest, I will always get my money back with no problem.

8th Aug 2010, 13:52

I just bought a red, 1995 convertible Cutless Supreme and I really like it so far.

My only complaint is that the boot cover to the top does not seem to want to stay on. I don't have an owner's manual and the manual for this car is nearly $100.

Can anybody send me a copy of the directions for attaching the boot? Thanks.