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  1. #21
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    Sep 2008
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    Jefferson City, Mo.
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    45 years old. Bought my first Cutlass when I was 18. It was a 1974 Cutlass Supreme, loved that car. had a 1973 Delta 88 ragtop for a bit, great car! Then I found my current 74 Cutlass Supreme, will have it forever I think. I have also had a 1973 Cutlass Supreme and a 1974 Cutlass Salon, both for parts and a 1977 Cutlass Supreme that my daughter decided she didn't want after a few months, sold it. I do love me a Rocket!!
    Paul

  2. #22
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    Feb 2008
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    Washington, IL
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    53 years old bought my first 75 cutlass in 1977 owned it till 2008. Then bought a75 hurst w30 car in 2008 still have it.
    Doug

  3. #23
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    Jul 2007
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    Chickamauga Ga.
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    44 years old. Bought my first 76 442 in 86 when I got out of EMT school had it 2 months and one day and backed it into a Pine tree about 50 or so MPH. Started trying to but the one I have now right then and the lady would not sell it to me. She said she did'nt want her car to end up the same way. Finally got it 23 years later. Also have a 69 442 in a state of disrepair and a 73 442 body wrecked in the rear.

  4. #24
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    Apr 2010
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    Verona New Jersey
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    I'm 55 years old and I've owned four Oldsmobiles. In 1977 I ordered a 1977 Cutlass Salon. In 1980 I ordered a 1980 Delta 88 Brougham. In 1988 my mom gave me her 1978 Cutlass Supreme Brougham. In March of 2010 I bought a used 1977 Cutlass Salon to replace the first one that I owned 34 years ago. Guy
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

  5. #25
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    Feb 2008
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    Casa Grande, Arizona
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    Well I am 26. I have a 1977 442 w/403 which my parents bought in 85, which I'm now trying to restore, a another 1977 442 originally with a 350 but now has a 455, and a 1977 Cutlass S with 425 that I am undecided with what to do with. Shortly after I put the motor in it started smoking real bad I think the rings collapsed.

  6. #26
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    Dec 2008
    Location
    minnesota
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    39, I bought my first olds, a 77 cutlass in 1987, then found a one owner 77 403 442 silver and black a bought it. I owned it for 6 years storing it every winter and buying a different cutlass "winter car" each year, I have owned a 73, 75, 76, and two 77s. Sold the last of my oldsmobiles in 1996 and unfortunately havent had one since. Although I now drive mopars, i still love these era of oldsmobiles and know I will have another sometime soon, just waiting for the right one to come along. until then this site is helping me feed the need.

  7. #27
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    Feb 2009
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    Mt. Pearl Newfoundland
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    I'm 53, started with a 70 Cutlass S when I was 17 and then got a 75 Cutlass Supreme in 1977 traded my 72 Chevelle in on it and then the trend continued as I sold my 71 Chevelle 2 yrs ago and purchase my 73 Cutlass Supreme I have now.

    Leo

  8. #28
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    Nov 2010
    Location
    Oklahoma
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    33 and have a 77 Cutlass 442 with the 350. First Olds I've ever owned. 72 Nova was my first car. Found the car for 400 bucks and couldn't pass it up. Besides (not to make you guys feel old) I thought it was cool that the car was built the same year I was born.

  9. #29
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    Feb 2010
    Location
    Glen Ellyn,IL
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    I'm 45, have a 77 Salon that I bought in 83. I've has 2 77s, a 76, 69, and a 68 big block (wish I still had that one). First car was a 71 Beetle.

  10. #30
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    May 2007
    Location
    Eudora KS
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    40 last year. First car was a 75 Surpreme and it is sitting in my yard with intentions of donar parts for the 75 H/O I purchased several years ago. My first 75 I have had since 1985 at the age of 15. 76 442 bought about 3 years ago. Both in the "Toy Box" and being tinkered with when the chance arises.
    Tony K.
    1975 Hurst Olds 455
    1976 442 455

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