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1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible

This extremely nice 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible offers the nearly-perfect blend of performance and luxury as was available from American automakers in the early ‘70s. 

Clearly, the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme received the most dramatic sheet metal of the 1972 General Motors production year with a seductive kick-up behind the doors and a sweeping front end.  This example, which features a “flame orange” exterior keenly matched with minimalist pinstripes, a creamy vanilla interior and soft top, makes this vehicle the kind of car that stands out in a crowd.  The twin front grilles sport an egg crate pattern, which pattern is echoed in the tail light lenses.  This auto is also special in that it features a power top, power windows, power steering, power brakes, tilt steering wheel and air conditioning (all of which were still relatively rare luxuries to find in cars in 1972). 

The engine is the gold colored legend, the time-tested warrior, the “Rocket” V-8, 350 cubic inch bad boy which was designed to haul luxury cars and station wagons over the interstate for thousands of miles at a time.  The 3-speed automatic transmission feeds a set of highway-oriented gears making this baby a relaxed cruiser out on the open road.  The suspension has been recently upgraded, creating a fantastic compromise between agile handling and a cushy, comfortable ride.  An entirely new set of “FlowMaster” tailpipes were added to the car in the last few years to create the sexiest, deep-throated “glug-glug-glug” you’ve heard in a long time!


You’re sure to turn heads, create smiles, start conversations and give rise to classic automobile envy while cruising around in this beauty.


Glad Wags Inc.

Glad Wags Inc. is a non-profit arm of Marj the Dog Trainer Dog Obedience School.  Glad Wags trains Service Dogs for clients with PTSD, Autism, Narcolepsy, Diabetes and other medical conditions, as well as training them as Hearing Dogs, Medical Alert Dogs, and Level 5 Service Dogs for wheelchair bound clientele.  Additionally,  Glad Wags has a large working Therapy Dog group that routinely visits various facilities in Tulsa and surrounding area. Glad Wags selects dogs to train as service dogs from local animal shelters and rescue groups…they are very proud of the fact that dogs that have been thrown away by someone now become someone else’s way to independence!! 


All profits raised will go towards training and maintenance of our service dogs and their new owners.