We don’t forget Oldsmobile so easily around these parts. Sure, it didn’t capture consumers like it once did at the end of the brand’s life, but in its heyday, Oldsmobile was a pioneering division and made some incredible cars. The Oldsmobile Cutlass is one of them and remains a staple muscle car from the 1960s and 1970s.
The House of Muscle recently highlighted one 1972 Cutlass and its owner from Queens in New York City, and trust us, it’s one bad machine. The car runs a 540 cubic-inch big-block V8 engine and its sounds echo and boom down local streets. It’s not what one would imagine from an inner city area as the focus shifts from cars and taxis to self-driving transportation.
Nope, the owner keeps this car alive and roams around the city to showcase the incredible build. Take a closer look at the car in the video up above.