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by 97 Olds Lover from New York, N.Y. | July 25, 2011
Bought this car right off the dealer's showroom as it was the most attractive car there. If you were to see it now, it looks almost the same and i hate to give it up as it has given me great pleasure to own it. The l997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme owes me nothing!
by ethel from recently, St Augustine FL | November 22, 2010
I bought this car,used, 1999 with only 24,000 miles on it. yes, true, preowned by elderly couple in FL who kept it garaged. Like new condition. I have had very few problems, usual wear & tare. Keep up with service maint. I love it, and yes, my father had an olds in the'50's and I loved that one tool