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I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme

 
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The guys I hung around with, a group of brothers in the mix - they shared a Chevy Nova. I bet money on it, they miss that car now. Another model worth thousands of dollars.
The parking lot of my high school was full of cars like that.
All the stuff from an earlier life, we took for granted at the time.
 Quoting: Starbird


My grandmother had a Chevy Nova. She was the stereotypical grandmother who only drove to church on Sundays and the grocery store. It was a 1972 and when she could no longer drive or live alone, in 1992, it still had less than 75,000 miles. She never cared for the original upholstery so it had a plastic cover and numerous fabric ones covering the plastic.

I drove it once, it was an automatic that could easily squeak the tires. Blue and with no rust.
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My first car

1969 Oldsmobile vista cruiser rockon

350 with
Rochester Quadra jet

O to 60 in a station wagon......fast
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DO ya miss it? Ever see on on the road these days?
 Quoting: Starbird


Kind of. Been a long time since I've seen one.

If I remember right, about 10mpg and high test octane only.

Easy to work on and super fun opening it up by tapping the gas pedal for overdrive
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Brother had a 1974 cutlass s


Fun car also.
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The guys I hung around with, a group of brothers in the mix - they shared a Chevy Nova. I bet money on it, they miss that car now. Another model worth thousands of dollars.
The parking lot of my high school was full of cars like that.
All the stuff from an earlier life, we took for granted at the time.
 Quoting: Starbird


My grandmother had a Chevy Nova. She was the stereotypical grandmother who only drove to church on Sundays and the grocery store. It was a 1972 and when she could no longer drive or live alone, in 1992, it still had less than 75,000 miles. She never cared for the original upholstery so it had a plastic cover and numerous fabric ones covering the plastic.

I drove it once, it was an automatic that could easily squeak the tires. Blue and with no rust.
 Quoting: Asymptote


My god, some of those cars go for 70 grand these days, did ya know? The Nova which seemed like a kind of funny old used car in the 1980s - those are very hot collectables now.

I recently watched the movie Coma, filmed in 1978. I was noticing all the cars. I miss them. They had character and you could tell them apart.
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Gosh anybody in here remember having to pop the clutch and roll a car that wouldn't start? Remember that trick?
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
when I was 17 in 79 mine was a 69 Mach1 mustang
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when I was 17 in 79 mine was a 69 Mach1 mustang
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Have you priced those out lately?
Sweet car for a young man back in the day.
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
Had a 1977 Chevelle Malibu almost identical cars.

Around the same time 1997

Bought it from a friend leaving the State paid $500 for it.

The times that were had in it alone worth every cent.

Long gone as well but we've our memories.

Cheers O.P
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I have a 69 and a 72 Chevelle. The 69 is out of commission right now but I drive the 72 daily.
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
Had a 1977 Chevelle Malibu almost identical cars.

Around the same time 1997

Bought it from a friend leaving the State paid $500 for it.

The times that were had in it alone worth every cent.

Long gone as well but we've our memories.

Cheers O.P
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I have a 69 and a 72 Chevelle. The 69 is out of commission right now but I drive the 72 daily.
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Pick me up for a joy ride, I will buy you lunch.
I bet you turn heads in that sweet 72.
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
It was golden.
I bought it in 1997 for a thousand dollars as a "station car" off a Marine who had orders to go some where else.
I watched that car with desire for months, I had no idea I would actually get the chance to make it my own.
Its long gone, but for a little while . . .
These cars are thousands and thousands of dollars now.

Man. That car was a sweet, smooth dream, sliding the corners.
Had that smell - mmmm -
It had a freaking fantastic stereo in it.
I used to drive that thing all over that big base for the pure thrill of it - a diminutive white woman in that big ass car pretending I was one of Charlies Angels.
LOL

I used to play Shaft loud on that sweet sound system.
Man, inside that car - everything was perfect, like time standing still. Pure power and bliss.

Ever have something like this in your life?
Recall it, remember it, soak in it.
Go back to something that made this ride of life all worth it and hold it close. Fuck this current clown world.



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Who cares? I used to be a billionaire.
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I had a '73 Buick LeSabre with a 350 and Rochester Quadrajunk carb on it. Man, what a sweet ride after I replaced the carb with a Holley. $100 and took me about an hour to swap out.

Air conditioner would practically make ice on the louvers. Like driving a cloud. No bumps. quiet. Crazy fast.

Creme color with black vinyl roof. I put a nice Pioneer sound system in it.

Dad's car died on him as he got older, so I handed him the keys to this car in its prime.

Looked like this.
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Had a 92 i believe, total pimp ride
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Ya I had a 77 Camaro I rebuilt in Hugh school in 1990ish. Such a bad ass car but honestly I just bought a Porsche Cayenne 2018 and wow simply F’ing wow. If you have the means I highly recommend it. I made my money off selling weed pipes weed things. I now have a huge hiuse and Porsche snd a few other nice things and they said I’d never amount to shit making glass and listening to the Grateful Dead. In the words of Tupac, “picture me rollin” Haters can suck it
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I had a '73 Buick LeSabre with a 350 and Rochester Quadrajunk carb on it. Man, what a sweet ride after I replaced the carb with a Holley. $100 and took me about an hour to swap out.

Air conditioner would practically make ice on the louvers. Like driving a cloud. No bumps. quiet. Crazy fast.
 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi


Felt like flight on the road - so smooth ya flew.
My Dad had a Buick Rivera, when we went up to take me College in the Fall times, he would let me drive. He'd be snoozing as I flew. I remember he would crack open one eye - "watch your speed" - lol. But it was so easy to get those big old engines to fly.
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Had a 92 i believe, total pimp ride
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The ultimate pimp cars in my opinion were Lincoln Continental's. Italian "families" seemed to like their big Caddies. So you had your pimp rides and your mob cars. LOL
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It was golden.
I bought it in 1997 for a thousand dollars as a "station car" off a Marine who had orders to go some where else.
I watched that car with desire for months, I had no idea I would actually get the chance to make it my own.
Its long gone, but for a little while . . .
These cars are thousands and thousands of dollars now.

Man. That car was a sweet, smooth dream, sliding the corners.
Had that smell - mmmm -
It had a freaking fantastic stereo in it.
I used to drive that thing all over that big base for the pure thrill of it - a diminutive white woman in that big ass car pretending I was one of Charlies Angels.
LOL

I used to play Shaft loud on that sweet sound system.
Man, inside that car - everything was perfect, like time standing still. Pure power and bliss.

Ever have something like this in your life?
Recall it, remember it, soak in it.
Go back to something that made this ride of life all worth it and hold it close. Fuck this current clown world.



 Quoting: Starbird


Who cares? I used to be a billionaire.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72672165


Did ya blow it all on hookers?
Lose it in divorce?
We're having some fun in here. Pushing past the nihilism for a little break of nostalgia.
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Jake learns the value of a powerful car ~ lol

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I had a 1976 Cutlass Supreme. It was my first car. Bought it in 1990 from an elderly couple who kept it in their garage. Loved that car! It was a boat, but it had power! Wish I still had it.
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I had a 1976 Cutlass Supreme. It was my first car. Bought it in 1990 from an elderly couple who kept it in their garage. Loved that car! It was a boat, but it had power! Wish I still had it.
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Never sweeter words written or heard.
That is the best kind of sweet score right there, the old peoples car, kept in the garage, hardly driven. That is the lottery win of another place and time.
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65' F-85 checking in. Canary yellow. 8 track tape deck, Deep Purple, Allman Brothers, Moody Blues, foosball and surfing and 10 cent draft beer. Fun stuff.

Kids coming up today have no idea how different it was back then. Pay phone, calculators, beepers, typewriters, smokes 25 cents a pack, 16 oz Pepsi in returnable bottle 10 cents, whole chickens 19 cents a pound.

No chem trails criss-crossing the sky, gays stayed in the closet. Girls were awesome! Beautiful, great personalities, feminine and not a single tattoo to be found.

I still don't get the tattoo thing. Back then only old navy guys had them like an anchor on their arm. Nobody was covered with them except the freaks at the carnival. I personally think they are just about the stupidest way to blow money.

People showing off some weird ass new tattoo they just got like it makes them cool or something then bitch about having no money to pay the rent.

A major portion of the humans on this planet are clearly devolving.
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I had a 1976 Cutlass Supreme. It was my first car. Bought it in 1990 from an elderly couple who kept it in their garage. Loved that car! It was a boat, but it had power! Wish I still had it.
 Quoting: LimaIndiaSierra


Never sweeter words written or heard.
That is the best kind of sweet score right there, the old peoples car, kept in the garage, hardly driven. That is the lottery win of another place and time.
 Quoting: Starbird


If only I hadn’t sold it after high school! I’m hoping it’s still around in someone’s classic car collection.
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I had a 1982 Cutlass Supreme DIESEL.

Traded it in 86, the dealer called it "the Smoker" because that damn diesel engine would smoke up the whole lot when they started it up.
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
It was golden.
I bought it in 1997 for a thousand dollars as a "station car" off a Marine who had orders to go some where else.
I watched that car with desire for months, I had no idea I would actually get the chance to make it my own.
Its long gone, but for a little while . . .
These cars are thousands and thousands of dollars now.

Man. That car was a sweet, smooth dream, sliding the corners.
Had that smell - mmmm -
It had a freaking fantastic stereo in it.
I used to drive that thing all over that big base for the pure thrill of it - a diminutive white woman in that big ass car pretending I was one of Charlies Angels.
LOL

I used to play Shaft loud on that sweet sound system.
Man, inside that car - everything was perfect, like time standing still. Pure power and bliss.

Ever have something like this in your life?
Recall it, remember it, soak in it.
Go back to something that made this ride of life all worth it and hold it close. Fuck this current clown world.



 Quoting: Starbird


I had a ‘72 Cadillac Fleetwood in 1998 that I bought for $650. I loved driving that boat around Southern California with my boyfriend. It had so much power, and the interior was cavernous. Best car I ever had. Now I’m dodging shitty drivers in a little plastic Honda, wishing I could go back to 1998.
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
It was golden.
I bought it in 1997 for a thousand dollars as a "station car" off a Marine who had orders to go some where else.
I watched that car with desire for months, I had no idea I would actually get the chance to make it my own.
Its long gone, but for a little while . . .
These cars are thousands and thousands of dollars now.

Man. That car was a sweet, smooth dream, sliding the corners.
Had that smell - mmmm -
It had a freaking fantastic stereo in it.
I used to drive that thing all over that big base for the pure thrill of it - a diminutive white woman in that big ass car pretending I was one of Charlies Angels.
LOL

I used to play Shaft loud on that sweet sound system.
Man, inside that car - everything was perfect, like time standing still. Pure power and bliss.

Ever have something like this in your life?
Recall it, remember it, soak in it.
Go back to something that made this ride of life all worth it and hold it close. Fuck this current clown world.



 Quoting: Starbird


I had a ‘72 Cadillac Fleetwood in 1998 that I bought for $650. I loved driving that boat around Southern California with my boyfriend. It had so much power, and the interior was cavernous. Best car I ever had. Now I’m dodging shitty drivers in a little plastic Honda, wishing I could go back to 1998.
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Those old cars were built like tanks!
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65' F-85 checking in. Canary yellow. 8 track tape deck, Deep Purple, Allman Brothers, Moody Blues, foosball and surfing and 10 cent draft beer. Fun stuff.

Kids coming up today have no idea how different it was back then. Pay phone, calculators, beepers, typewriters, smokes 25 cents a pack, 16 oz Pepsi in returnable bottle 10 cents, whole chickens 19 cents a pound.

No chem trails criss-crossing the sky, gays stayed in the closet. Girls were awesome! Beautiful, great personalities, feminine and not a single tattoo to be found.

I still don't get the tattoo thing. Back then only old navy guys had them like an anchor on their arm. Nobody was covered with them except the freaks at the carnival. I personally think they are just about the stupidest way to blow money.

People showing off some weird ass new tattoo they just got like it makes them cool or something then bitch about having no money to pay the rent.

A major portion of the humans on this planet are clearly devolving.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80641370


I miss that easier, earlier life.
I saw a girl at the store recently with a sentence tattooed across her entire forehead.
I happen to be an old Sailor, lol - still I have no tattoos myself. Served both Navy and Air Force. Still as plain as the day mom birthed me.
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It was golden.
I bought it in 1997 for a thousand dollars as a "station car" off a Marine who had orders to go some where else.
I watched that car with desire for months, I had no idea I would actually get the chance to make it my own.
Its long gone, but for a little while . . .
These cars are thousands and thousands of dollars now.

Man. That car was a sweet, smooth dream, sliding the corners.
Had that smell - mmmm -
It had a freaking fantastic stereo in it.
I used to drive that thing all over that big base for the pure thrill of it - a diminutive white woman in that big ass car pretending I was one of Charlies Angels.
LOL

I used to play Shaft loud on that sweet sound system.
Man, inside that car - everything was perfect, like time standing still. Pure power and bliss.

Ever have something like this in your life?
Recall it, remember it, soak in it.
Go back to something that made this ride of life all worth it and hold it close. Fuck this current clown world.



 Quoting: Starbird


I had a ‘72 Cadillac Fleetwood in 1998 that I bought for $650. I loved driving that boat around Southern California with my boyfriend. It had so much power, and the interior was cavernous. Best car I ever had. Now I’m dodging shitty drivers in a little plastic Honda, wishing I could go back to 1998.
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Those Fleetwoods were a sweet model car also.
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I had a 1982 Cutlass Supreme DIESEL.

Traded it in 86, the dealer called it "the Smoker" because that damn diesel engine would smoke up the whole lot when they started it up.
 Quoting: Agent 99


LOL
I imagine a big POOF sound and a little black cloud starting it up.

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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
Had a 1977 Chevelle Malibu almost identical cars.

Around the same time 1997

Bought it from a friend leaving the State paid $500 for it.

The times that were had in it alone worth every cent.

Long gone as well but we've our memories.

Cheers O.P
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80557581


I have a 69 and a 72 Chevelle. The 69 is out of commission right now but I drive the 72 daily.
 Quoting: ib6xmb


Pick me up for a joy ride, I will buy you lunch.
I bet you turn heads in that sweet 72.
 Quoting: Starbird


It gets annoying after a while. I get comments all the time walking out of the store, at a stop light, in the drive thru.
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It was golden.
I bought it in 1997 for a thousand dollars as a "station car" off a Marine who had orders to go some where else.
I watched that car with desire for months, I had no idea I would actually get the chance to make it my own.
Its long gone, but for a little while . . .
These cars are thousands and thousands of dollars now.

Man. That car was a sweet, smooth dream, sliding the corners.
Had that smell - mmmm -
It had a freaking fantastic stereo in it.
I used to drive that thing all over that big base for the pure thrill of it - a diminutive white woman in that big ass car pretending I was one of Charlies Angels.
LOL

I used to play Shaft loud on that sweet sound system.
Man, inside that car - everything was perfect, like time standing still. Pure power and bliss.

Ever have something like this in your life?
Recall it, remember it, soak in it.
Go back to something that made this ride of life all worth it and hold it close. Fuck this current clown world.



 Quoting: Starbird


Holy crap! my first car was a 1978 Olds Cutlass Supreme. It had a v6 that always needed work, but otherwise it was a dream. It rode like a cloud. The stereo was great!

I junked it when the oil pump died for the third time.
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Re: I had a 1977 Cutlass Supreme
First car I ever owned was a 1955 Chevy Bel Aire 2 door. Had the big bad ass 265 V8, biggest engine at that time. 2 speed slip and slide power glide trans. Damn I was hot shit cruising Whittier Blvd back in the day.
I still own it. It’s most definitely not stock anymore.





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