What is a 79 Cutlass worth?

Data based on 30 auction sales. note: The images shown are representations of the 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass and not necessarily vehicles that have been bought or sold at auction….Oldsmobile Models.

Bodystyles Median Sale
Supreme Coupe $9,188

What is a Hurst Cutlass?

The Hurst/Olds in 1975 was the first General Motors car to have “Hurst/Hatch” removable T-Top style roof installed. The car is based on the formal-roofed Cutlass Supreme coupe rather than the semi-fastback Cutlass S used in 1973–74.

What is a w30 Oldsmobile package?

This Oldsmobile 442 is equipped with the W-30 option package, which added the “Select-Fit” engine components, a W25 fiberglass hood which provides outside air induction through functional air scoops, a low-restriction air cleaner, a Winters aluminum intake manifold as well as a longer-duration, higher-lift cam.

How long is a 1979 Cutlass?


Length : 200.1 in | 5083 mm.
Width : 71.3 in | 1811 mm.
Height : 53.4 in | 1356 mm.
Wheelbase : 108.1 in | 2746 mm.

What year did the Hurst Olds come out?

The very first Hurst/Olds appeared in 1968, and it was based on Oldsmobile’s most popular high performance option, the 442.

What is the W-30 package on an Olds 442?

When equipped with a manual transmission, slicks, and headers, the car was able to easily break into the 13-seconds at the drag strip and the W-30 Package only added to the car’s potency. The W-30 Package added a hotter camshaft, a trunk relocated battery, and a special cold air induction system.

What does W-30 stand for?

The “W” stands for “winter,” the number preceding it indicates the oil’s viscosity (or thickness) at low temperatures (hence the W), and the number after it indicates viscosity at higher temperatures, when the engine is running.

What Motor came in a 1979 Cutlass?

Engine choices for the ’79 Cutlass ranged from adequate to horrifying. This car has the base engine, a 4.3-liter V6 rated at 115 horsepower. There was a 4.3-liter Oldsmobile V8 as well (105 horsepower with gasoline power, 90 with diesel… but you didn’t want the diesel).

What happened Hurst?

Mining career When his father died in 1846, Hearst at the age of 26 took over the support of his family: his mother, brother, and sister. He and his party first tried placer mining in the vicinity of Sutter’s Mill on the American River.