November 14, 2017
Day Two of Black & White Week
It’s always good to come across a basically stock-looking GM midsize car from the sixties, so you know I made a quick u-turn when I first passed this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible a couple of weeks ago in Lancaster. Seems like most of these types of cars you see these days have at least had their wheels & tires switched out. Looking at this photo as I write this, it seems hard to believe that back then these weren’t considered large cars; compare the length of this midsize Cutlass, at 204 inches, to today’s Chevy Impala (a full-size car in today’s market) at 201 inches. Times (and size perceptions) sure have changed!
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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