Brand new for 1966 the Supreme was the four-door hardtop sedan in the Cutlass line-up that Oldsmobile called the Holiday Sedan. It was the premium offering in the Cutlass range of five cars.
Following its success, a full range of Supreme cars was launched for the 1967 model year.
This particular beauty has covered just 14,000 miles in its lifetime since it was build in the Lansing, MI assembly plant. As a rust-free example it has clearly been looked after.
Note the vinyl roof that was a $74 option on the Cutlass at the time.
Inside the black vinyl interior is all-original. The passengers are kept cool with factory air conditioning – something that added $343 to the original price.
Under the hood sits a 310 horsepower, 330 cubic inch V8 which was the standard V8 on the Cutlass. A 3-speed manual transmission was standard on the Cutlass but this car is paired with the $306 Jetaway automatic transmission.
1966 saw 30,871 Cutlass Supremes produced at a base price of $2,846. In addition to the vinyl roof and air conditioning, other options include; power steering ($94), power brakes ($41) and AM radio ($64).
This 1966 Cutlass Supreme is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for more photos)