Welcome to CCCCC, our complete survey of the rise and fall of what was once America’s most popular car.
(1961-1963): Ambitions Unfulfilled (Part 1)
1964 F-85 Coupe: From Modest Beginnings (Part 2)
(1966-1967) A Love Supreme (Part 3)
1970 Cutlass S Coupe: The End Of An Era (Part 4)
1970 Cutlass Supreme Coupe: A New Supreme Era Begins (Part5)
1976 Cutlass Colonnade Coupe: Expletive Deleted (Part 6)
1975 Cutlass Supreme Colonnade Sedan: The Huge Surprise (Part 7)
1977 Cutlass Supreme and Brougham Coupes: Coupe Supremacy (Part 8 )
1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon: We Don’t Want No Stinkin’ Fastbacks (Part 9)
1978 Cutlass Supreme Brougham Coupe: Supremely Popular, with Certain Exceptions (Part 10)
1980-1987 Cutlass Supreme Four-Door Sedans: The Oldsmobile Seville (Part 11)
1983 Cutlass Supreme Brougham Coupe: A Classic Death (Part 12)
1992 Cutlass Supreme: How The Mighty Have Fallen (Part 13)
Alden Jewell’s photostream on Flickr has a pic of an Olds (only!) dealership in Vienna, VA (DC ‘burbs) in 1977, the lot’s almost all colonnade Cutlass coupes.
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