The 1990s was a transition period for domestic automobile manufacturers. They began to embrace more modern, aerodynamic designs that were arguably better looking than the relatively stuffy designs of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the problem was they were wrong-wheel drive. Fortunately, Pro Stock racers were using rear-drive versions of cars, such as GM’s W-body (Chevrolet’s Lumina/Buick Regal/Oldsmobile Cutlass Pontiac Grand Prix), and those cars looked awesome. We had this discussion with Josh Lester, owner and builder of this 1993 Cutlass as we were photographing his car. It sounded something like this:
Keeping up your vehicle’s appearance is a significant factor in pride of ownership and resale value. This is the reason why CARiD strives to make it as easy, comfortable and affordable as possible for you to keep your 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass in tip top shape. To save you time and money, we gathered 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass auto body parts of the highest quality at economical prices all under one roof. All the products on offer are made by leading manufacturers that stand behind their products, so you'll get nothing less than the highest possible quality and durability with each and every part purchased here.
Who: Josh Lester
What: 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Where: Alexis, IL. It’s in the Midwest.
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1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera ...
V6 - 3.3L vin N 204ci - MFI GAS OHV
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