1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe SL 2dr Coupe
My 1996 Cutlass Supreme SL is the reason Oldsmobile went under.
The stereo quit after 6 months - was replaced under warranty with what turned out to be a "refurbished" unit - tape deck quit right after the warranty ran out.
Head gasket blew at 49,000 miles.
Intake gasket went at 56,000 miles - found out the intake was cracked when I was replacing the gasket.
Tranny died at 100,000 miles.
I'm honestly afraid to drive this car more than walking distance from my house - and don't.
I drove a 1975 Cutlass I inherited from Virginia last summer - I'm restoring it to replace my 1996...I felt safer driving the 1975 than I do my '96.
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