Classic muscle car looks with supercar power.
Back in its day, the 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX was intended to be a factory sleeper by combining the luxurious Cutlass Supreme amenities with the powerful big-block engine of the legendary 4-4-2. For this car's builder, that wasn't enough power, and thus began the car's transformation into a pro-touring restomod, which is being sold by RK Motors.
To stay true to the original car, this Cutlass Supreme restomod stays true to the car's original look with the exception of the 4-4-2 hood and gold Forgeline wheels. Even the engine compartment retains a classic look with a large, old-school style air cleaner sitting on top one beast of an engine. This crate LS7 engine packs the same displacement as the SX's 455 CID V8, but cranks up the power to 601 horsepower and 580 lb-ft of torque, and it's backed by a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a nine-inch rear end with 3.50 gears.
The interior, exterior and engine compartment all retain a good bit of the Cutlass Supreme's factory look, while the custom chassis built for this pro-touring restomod looks more like a racecar. This chassis is 125 pounds lighter than the Cutlass Supreme's factory frame, yet it also has 200 percent better torsional rigidity for optimal handling. On top of that, this car is designed to be a cruiser with air conditioning, power steering, a full leather interior and Baer four-wheel disc brakes. Needless to say, this car will drive as good as it looks!
Looking at all of the work that went into this 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX pro-touring restomod, it's not surprising that it is being sold for $119,000. This car is truly a one-of-a-kind Cutlass, and if you need an Oldsmobile rocket in your life, click HERE to make an offer on this car.