Today’s auction car is a 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible that rolled out of the factory in a triple yellow combination, but now features a black top. What really makes this one stand out is the Turnpike Cruiser option, which is believed to have the original refurbished Rocket 400 V-8 engine. The Rochester two-barrel is not there, and instead it is retrofitted with an Edelbrock four-barrel. The Turnpike Cruiser option also included the Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 three-speed automatic transmission, which was rebuilt in 2018. The repaint is older, but is said to be in great shape, showing only minor imperfections, and there are no dents in the body. Inside, the 2012 restoration included new seat covers and carpeting, which the seller says are only showing a little wear today; the convertible top reportedly seals up nicely without any leaks. This “Rocket” has already reached its reserve, and will find a new home later today, with bidding slated to end at 4 p.m. eastern time.
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