This is Oldsmobile Cutlass, it is a third-era Oldsmobile Cutlass from 1972 and it was a standout among the most appealing autos from sixties until the seventies.
This is a solid tasteful car and it is still more rich than its Chevelle cousin. In any case, while redoing a oldsmobile Cutlass, you can just go in several different places, and you will still find completely different cars. Thankfully to this guy, there are still individuals who like to make something else, and proprietor with a nickname Slick is one of those individuals. He connected his gifts to this custom 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass and he is from Ultimate Audio company located in Lexington, in the middle of South Carolina.
About two years before this photoshoot, Slick copped his Cutlass with a goal to make another type of old fashioned ride. He wanted to make mixture of muscle car and oldsmobile. He was not very pretentious, he only needed that new-school flavor. He used silver tone from a Chrysler 300 and this looks very well. What is more than that, you will love this car. Being the man who knows how to handle the custom ride, he made inside forms for Ultimate Audio of Lexington, where he works all day every day, and he knew he would need to take the inside of his own ride to new car. He totally changed the inside of this Oldsmobile into something much more modern. It has Toyota Supra seats on the front and Pontiac G6 seats at the back. It has Pioneer head unit and Rockford Fosgate ntensifier, cool speakers, and twelve inch subwoofers. Vehicle has Savini wheels and tires, those wheels are SV50 wheels, and its dimensions are 24 × 7.5 inch at the front, and 24 × 10 inch at the back; tires are made by Delinte, its dimensions are 275 25 24.
It has QA1 coilovers suspensions, Shoutouts are made by Billy at Southern Kreation, this company is located in Lexington, paint is made by SC, it has sound system made by Ultimate Audio with awesome wheels and cool tires. Check out this vehicle, we guarantee you will going to love this. Share this gallery with your friends and show them what true Oldsmobile look like. Do you like this vehicle or not?