Bill Young's Model A.


Having enjoyed my 1928 Model A street rod for a little over 4 years, I decided I wanted something a little more modern, and something I would feel more comfortable driving longer distances. I sold the '28 and 2 weeks later I stumbled onto this 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible in Clearwater. I wasn't necessarily looking for a Cutlass, or a convertible, but this one caught my eye so I made the deal and drove it back home. In 1970, over 600,000 Cutlasses were produced but only 600 were convertibles. What I like about this car is it is all original straight from the factory. I've had to perform some normal maintenance, but nothing out of the ordinary. It has power steering, Air Conditioning, and power drum brakes. I don't like the drum brakes so I'm changing the front to factory disks which was an option for this car. Under hood is all original, running a numbers-matching Rocket 350 4v motor.