January 12, 2019
This 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham was photographed by RealRides spotter and Parkside resident Steve Cichon this past fall in a North Buffalo parking lot. The Cutlass reigned supreme back during the Reagan administration, when they were seemingly everywhere. Available as this two-door coupe as well as a four-door sedan, the Cutlass Supreme Brougham came standard with a 3.8-liter V-6, which was actually a Buick engine; while optional was a 5.0-liter Chevy V-8. (Apparently Oldsmobile had somehow gotten itself out of the engine-building business.) Available models in 1986 were: Cutlass Salon and Cutlass 442 (coupe only), and Cutlass Supreme and Cutlass Supreme Brougham (two-and four-door models). To confuse things, an entirely different lineup of front-drive Oldses was named Cutlass Ciera. The final rear-drive Cutlass was the 1988 model.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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