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Old October 29th, 2016, 02:41 PM   #1
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73-77 Olds guys, how many here?

How many 73-77 Olds guys are here in Cassic Olds? How many have plans for their cars, engines etc in the near future?
Please post what you have and what mods you have done here.
I will start.

76 Olds cutlass supreme

350 CID
rebuilt 350 trans with shift kit
TCI Saturday night special Torque convertor
Tubular aluminum finned trans cooler
2 quart deeper aluminum finned trans pan ( Summit Racing )
3:42 Richmond gears with eaton posi
Perfect launch diff cover
Hurst Shifter
Hurst Line lock
2 1/4 stainless duals welded with Flowmaster Super 44's
Hedman shorty ceramic coated headers
Remflex graphite header gaskets
Pwermaster 9610 mini starter
Flaming River power steering pump
Aluminium pulley
2 row be cool aluminium rad
Miloden aluminum water pump
2711 edelbrock intake
600 CFM edelbrock carb
Edelbrock inline 40 micron filter
Carter street/strip fuel pump
Moroso fuel pressure gauge
Powermaster alternator
Edelbrock breather/valve covers
Taylor 8.2MM thundervolt plug wires
K&N filter,,,, switched back to paper!
1" 4 hole carb spacer
Cloyes Timing chain/ gears
DUI Performance 50,000 volt recurved distributor
Wilwood tandem master cylinder
Wilwood dual piston callipers
Wilwood braided stainless brake lines
Tuff Stuff Chrome brake booster
Added buckets console
triple gauge cluster ( Summit racing )
Autogage 0-8000 RPM Tach
Grant steering wheel
new carpet, headliner, trunk mat.
sterio is a crappy old pioneer cassett deck with crappy speakers
Cragar SS rims with BFG's
Wagon coils in rear.

Looking forward to others with 73-77 Olds owners posting here.

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I have 74 and 75 hurst olds with low mileage and mostly original . No plans except to keep them as they are. Would like to find a 73 hurst to go with them .
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I put my 77 CS back to completely stock. Right down to all the correct finishes and stickers.
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My 73 442 is being painted this winter.
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'73 Cutlass S - Hurst replica
455 - runs pretty well, oil leaks in a lot places
455 on order from Mark - close to being complete
TH400
Detroit Speed A-arms and Coilovers
3.08 - undecided on what to replace them with
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Old October 30th, 2016, 11:53 AM   #6
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Thanks for posting!!
Hopefully the " MODS" here can make up a sub-forum for us one day. Part sources, etc will really help us all.
Its unfortunate, but I don't feel as thou the 73-77 olds site will ever be what it was, but we can build something good here for all of us.
I will post some part numbers of some of the parts I have purchased and that work/fit well in the near future. Perhaps others can as well.
I'm going to be in the process of making some parts with the help of an awesome guy here on Classic Olds, I'm not going to say much at this time, have to wait until we can get it perfected.
Looking forward to seeing where this thread goes and just how many of us are here.
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My 73 442 is being painted this winter.
Can't wait to see the pics Dave !!!
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73 Cutlass S
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My dad was the original owner.
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Old October 31st, 2016, 03:19 PM   #10
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Another 73 HO going under this winter.
How many have I completed now?
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I have 74 and 75 hurst olds with low mileage and mostly original . No plans except to keep them as they are. Would like to find a 73 hurst to go with them .
Seriously?


You know how to find me. The Pope is in the queue, Rusty is ready for a new home!
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Old October 31st, 2016, 04:23 PM   #12
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Hopefully the " MODS" here can make up a sub-forum for us one day. Part sources, etc will really help us all.
Its unfortunate, but I don't feel as thou the 73-77 olds site will ever be what it was, but we can build something good here for all of us.

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The site is not really year specific, its model specific in relation to the forums.
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Old October 31st, 2016, 04:26 PM   #13
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76 Cutlass 442 - pics on my profile

Restoration complete aside from an emblem and the odd item.

Parts sources:

Ron's Classic Cutlass - Indiana
Classic Olds LLC - Clemmons NC

Fuisic Auto
The Parts Place
Original Parts group Inc
Year one

I swapped a warmed up olds 455 in place the olds 350
Beefed up TH350, medium shift kit, higher capacity cast AL pan, slightly stalled torque converter
3:42 Rear Ratio with an Auburn Positraction
2.5" true duel exhaust w/ Super Turbo mufflers
Reproduced exhaust manifolds from Thornton MFG - PA
Non smog intake and carb
Keith Black Pistons
Lunati Blue Voodoo Cam
Balanced rotating assembly
new cam and crank journals trued
New cam bearings
Planed heads and block
AL Radiator with two 1 " tubes
True duel exhaust 2.5" w/ walker super turbo mufflers
Thornton MFG exhaust manifolds
New stainless brake lines, calipers and rear pistons
Hurst dual gate shifter - Thank you ROB1960 for the assistance in installing! Those instructions were gold!
Cooper Cobra RWL tires on stock 15" rims

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I had a cool, all original black 1975 Cutlass. I dove it for a little less than a year before selling it to a guy in Charlotte NC. It was a great car.
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Old October 31st, 2016, 05:03 PM   #15
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The site is not really year specific, its model specific in relation to the forums.
I was thinking maybe a 73-77 cutlass years in vehicle line up, but its all good.

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Old November 3rd, 2016, 08:22 AM   #16
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Currently loving my crusty '77 Cutlass Supreme. It's a California car, the motor is tired, but I still love driving it. Working on a rebuild of a '71 350 to drop in one day.
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Currently loving my crusty '77 Cutlass Supreme. It's a California car, the motor is tired, but I still love driving it. Working on a rebuild of a '71 350 to drop in one day.
Put-r-ther, let us know the details of your build when you get started on it
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I was thinking maybe a 73-77 cutlass years in vehicle line up, but its all good.

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I made your thread a sticky like the 46-48 cars in the Vintage section.
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Old November 3rd, 2016, 06:30 PM   #19
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Put-r-ther!!
Thank-you Eric! You help is always appreciated .
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Old November 3rd, 2016, 10:30 PM   #20
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1977 Cutlass 350
Bone stock everything, no engine mods, no tranny mods, nothing.

Probably this month or next month I might put some lighter springs in the dist. mechanical advance to make it more efficient. Also might need some new tires, still have some BFGs from 2007
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Old November 5th, 2016, 07:16 PM   #21
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Rick, be sure to dump a little oil on the rear tires and take a pic of the smoke show running down the street before you put new tires on it.
No one needs to know it is just a bone stock 77 350 haha.
Cheers, thanks for playing in this thread.
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Old November 6th, 2016, 06:56 AM   #22
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Here's some pics of my girlfriend, Cheryl's 76 Salon. I went through it for her back in '09. She's owned it since the early 80s. It was a true "little old ladies car" with 20k on it, that was traded in at the old A. D. Pelunis Olds in Cleveland where Cheryl worked in parts at the time. When she saw it come in she snapped it up right away,before it even hit the used car lot! It still only has about 46k on it. It's loaded was almost every option except cruise & a big block. It still looked good & the interior is mint but it needed so serious attention mechanically. It had never been apart & it was leaking fluids everywhere,the rad was rotten, brakes needed work,etc. I blew it apart,cleaned & detailed everything. I added some nice upgrades while at it. On the engine,it's stock but it now has an Edelbrock intake,earlier exhaust manifolds with '73-'74 true duals plus a nice set of '73 "Oldsmobile" stamped valve covers. While I had the trans out for a reseal it got a shift kit plus I added a dual-gate shifter. I got rid of the lazy 2.41 gears replacing them with 3.08s & an anti-spin carrier. The interior got rally-pac gauges, complete with the correct seat belt warning lamp on the top of the dash, & of course the 4 spoke wheel. The car runs great!
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Thanks for posting Rob, I'm sure Cheryl is happy with the transformation. Nice and clean with added features to make it an awesome looking 76'.
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You know how to find me. The Pope is in the queue, Rusty is ready for a new home!
Thanks for posting Joe, If you can't get through the road blocks on the 73-77 forum I hope you bring the guys over here. I know you've been trying for at least a couple of years over their now.
It would be great to have you all here!!

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73 Cutlass S
Triple white
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We still have to hook up on day Joe!!! Thanks for posting, hope to see you around here more often.
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Old November 6th, 2016, 07:25 AM   #26
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76 Cutlass 442 - pics on my profile

Restoration complete aside from an emblem and the odd item.

Parts sources:

Ron's Classic Cutlass - Indiana
Classic Olds LLC - Clemmons NC

Fuisic Auto
The Parts Place
Original Parts group Inc
Year one

I swapped a warmed up olds 455 in place the olds 350
Beefed up TH350, medium shift kit, slightly stalled torque converter
3:42 Rear Ratio with an Auburn Positraction
2.5" true duel exhaust w/ Super Turbo mufflers
Reproduced exhaust manifolds from Thornton MFG - PA
Non smog intake and carb
Keith Black Pistons
Lunati Blue Voodoo Cam
Balanced rotating assembly
new cam and crank journals trued
New cam bearings
Planed heads and block
AL Radiator with two 1 " tubes

Nice spread sheet on your build, Thanks for posting !! Your contributions are appreciated here.
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Old November 6th, 2016, 07:28 AM   #27
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'73 Cutlass S - Hurst replica
455 - runs pretty well, oil leaks in a lot places
455 on order from Mark - close to being complete
TH400
Detroit Speed A-arms and Coilovers
3.08 - undecided on what to replace them with
Looking forward to hearing more about you new build that Mark is working on. I'm sure it will be a beast.
We need pics of that !!!
Detroit Suspension pics would be great as well,
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Old November 6th, 2016, 07:50 AM   #28
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76' Cutlass S 442

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Old November 6th, 2016, 08:07 AM   #29
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Currently loving my crusty '77 Cutlass Supreme. It's a California car, the motor is tired, but I still love driving it. Working on a rebuild of a '71 350 to drop in one day.
I too am working on a crusty '77 cutlass. I got it complete from a junk yard auction for $225. It has a 260 but I just bought a 76 parts car with a built up 350. I'm having fun beating on the 76 right now before I take the engine out.
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I too am working on a crusty '77 cutlass. I got it complete from a junk yard auction for $225. It has a 260 but I just bought a 76 parts car with a built up 350. I'm having fun beating on the 76 right now before I take the engine out.
That's basically exactly what I'm doing with the '77 350 that's still installed, just enjoying it before I take her out of commission for the swap

Also, it would be nice to get more of the 73-77 forums guys over here, as there are still quite a few active posters over there.
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Alot of 73 to 77 Cutlass fans here. I have a 76 Cutlass Supreme Brougham coupe with the 455 and T Tops and a 77 Cutlass Supreme Brougham sedan which is a rare find today. Both cars are loaded with all the options. I had in the past, a few more including a couple of 76/77 Salon 5 speed coupes which I should have kept.
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Also, it would be nice to get more of the 73-77 forums guys over here, as there are still quite a few active posters over there.[/QUOTE]


X2, Now that Oldcutlass (Eric) made this thread a sticky for us, I really hope to see more of those guys come over.
I really think ther is alot of 73-77 guys out and about, also see more and more of our cars up for sale and coming out of the woodwork.
Maybe someone can post over on the 73-77 forum to inform them about this awesome site.
Thanks for posting guys, I hope to see more join in here!!!
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I use to have a brown 74 with bucket seats and console, 350/350 & a firethorn red 77 C/S with bench seat, 350/350. I miss my 74.
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Old November 18th, 2016, 03:41 PM   #35
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77 Olds CS Brougham Stocker

Bought it off the showroom floor 1977, Twin Falls, Idaho. Has just over 200k miles. Been repainted to original hue, not exactly Firethorne Red, but close. Need a grill, bought a piece of crap that doesn't match, so am looking for a replacement, caught a bird in the right side and demolished the original. Finished 2009.jpg

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Old November 18th, 2016, 06:30 PM   #36
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74 Y77 Hurst Pace Car replica that I might can get finished now that I'm retired. I'm 58THNDY on 73-77.

If we get our own subforum, may I suggest calling it "The Forgotten Five" same as the old Oldsmobile Cutlass Coupes group? Though I'd really hate to see 73-77 go under if we all came over here...
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Yeah, I figured I'd set up a profile and share some love over here too. It kinda irks me to watch the death of the 73-77olds site, as we have so much great information over there. Hell, I was there pretty much from the beginning. Lots of great memories and stories and laughs, of course!

Oh well, I digress!

For those that weren't members over there, or familiar with the site, here goes!

1977 Cutlass Supreme Brougham sedan. Code 44 Medium Green, 350/ TH350/ 2.41 rear. Purchased in May 1992 for $1658.50.

1973 Cutlass S 442. Special Order Omega Red, 350/ TH350/ 2.73 rear. Purchased in July 2000 for $3500.


I am a fan of originality and I prefer to keep my cars as close to that as I can. The cars are great cruisers! I have acquired quite a bit of knowledge about this generation over the last however many years we have been causing trouble discussing them.


I look forward to sharing the love over here and also learning a thing or two!


Any time you Ontario guys want to meet up, if you are interested in heading south of the border let me know! I'd be interested in sharing a beverage or two and some good conversation! Besides, Joe, I want to see those quarters in person someday!

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Hey there damaged442, I just saw the photo of your 77 Cutlass Supreme Brougham sedan. Do you know how rare that car is? It was a 1 year only model built in limited numbers. I have the exact same car, mine is black with a black vinyl top and the firethorn red and gold pinstriped pillow interior. It's been in my family since brand new. We ordered the car and it's loaded with everything. I would like to see more photos of your car. Mine has been stored in the back of a warehouse for decades but I will see if I can take a clear photo and post it, or I'll dig up an old photo. Great find you have there.
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Hey there damaged442, I just saw the photo of your 77 Cutlass Supreme Brougham sedan. Do you know how rare that car is? It was a 1 year only model built in limited numbers. I have the exact same car, mine is black with a black vinyl top and the firethorn red and gold pinstriped pillow interior. It's been in my family since brand new. We ordered the car and it's loaded with everything. I would like to see more photos of your car. Mine has been stored in the back of a warehouse for decades but I will see if I can take a clear photo and post it, or I'll dig up an old photo. Great find you have there.

Hey there Herbie! It's great you have one also! I have always been of the philosophy that four doors need lovin too! I have never really thought of her as rare, just a great car. She was my first car, that I bought at 17, because it was the first car I looked at that was in my price range! She is a Framingham, MA built car, also loaded up with everything!


I think that back in the day, my mother wanted me to get this car as she thought that if I ever got in an accident, that I would have some iron around me for protection. She never thought I would still have the car after all these years! I've had the car through high school, college, married life, kids, and divorce. I joke that she has been with me longer than any relationship I have been in! LOL.

I have lots of pictures of her, and I will get around to posting them soon enough!

I would love to see the black with that interior! Get her up and running and out of that warehouse! I proudly have over 147,000 miles and still going!

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Body is a 73 Olds Cutlass S with 442 option


1969 350 with #5 heads, rv cam, edlebrock performer intake with holley carb.
1985 200r4 slighly modified trans out of a Buick Gran National
3.73 eaton posi
2 inch dual exhaust.

Plans:
upgrade to 2.5 inch exhaust
change to pass through fuel injection
torqstorm supercharger

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