1973 was probably the last year of the golden era of muscle cars. Fuel and insurance prices were factors in squeezing the market and the cars, but you can still pick up fine examples from ’73 onwards.
This 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass was one example. So you’re not buying this car for its ultimate power, but for its uniqueness and rarity.
At $12,999.00 you are getting one of the less obvious cars of its generation, but still a classic.
The Hurst Olds was based on the semi-fastback Cutlass S coupe and featured an interior with swiveling strato bucket seats separated by a console with Hurst Dual- Gate shifter for the Turbo Hydra- matic transmission.
The ’73 model was the first Hurst Olds to be offered in two color schemes-black/ gold or white/gold.
Is not the most obvious choiceas a classic muscle car, considering the price and its rarity, it’s worth a second look.