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  1. mechanic58

    Looky I got!

    Just picked this up today, ‘93. Unmolested one owner Carolina car. Been parked a long time. Timing belt failure.
    7 points
  2. oldmangrimes

    Hemmings article

    Ladies and gentlemen, your Official 2021 W-Body.com Slogan: The Cult Is Us
    6 points
  3. heineraa

    New Member with 92 Grand Prix

    Hey, I’m pretty new to the car community in general. This is my first car, bought and paid for on my own. It’s in pretty nice condition, only 116k on the clock. A pretty nice oil leak and a tire that goes flat but other than that pretty much no issues.
    6 points
  4. bluecalais79

    1994 Cutlass Took a 1st at AACA Nationals

    I was hoping for a 2nd but got a 1st at the AACA Nats Regional Meet last week in Gettysburg, PA last weekend. I guess all that work putting this car back together was all worth it. But the best part was driving the car there and back, about 330 miles each way. I was able to run the trip on ethanol free gas and I got about 26 mpg pure highway, not bad.
    6 points
  5. WoodyUSSLUCE

    Hello from 89 Olds Cutlass Supreme owner

    I finally got a chance to get a picture today. Definitely not showroom floor new but for the mileage not too bad !
    6 points
  6. 95cutlassv3rt

    Hi, I had this car given to me

    What would be the most common donor car for any engine swap. I was thinking 3800 series 1 from a lesabre, it has the 3400 dual twin cam with a blown trans. 95 cutlass supreme convertible
    5 points
  7. sirdoctorjohn

    New member with a Buick Regal 95 :)

    Hi! I’m Srdjan, new to your page and wanna share some experience and know-how which i get during fixing my Regal from 95. Bought the car in a relatively bad shape. Was sitting outside for at least 2years without any care. when i bought it, i serviced the whole engine and bring it back to life with fresh new parts. Had several issues with sensors like TPS, IAC and ETC but now driving like a pro and enjoyed it. installed as well the backlight of an Regal GS before facelift (mine is a facelift model 95-96) i love these much more than the stock of facelift. put as well the
    5 points
  8. Giraffeassbitch

    New and semi inexperienced,

    Hello everyone! Long time lurker, first time having an account on any forum. I recently bought a '93 Chevy Lumina Z34, and am excited to start my work on it whenever I can. It's currently in another province, at my parents house, so I sadly won't be able to post pictures for a couple weeks. -J
    5 points
  9. Regal

    New member with Regal coupe!

    Glad I found this site randomly and am surprised I got this username. I have a '93 Regal Limited coupe that I've ben slowly fixing up, and it's getting real close to being buttoned up. This is my third W body car and favorite. Had another '92 like this that wasn't anywhere near as nice and a '99 Grand Prix GT (recognize the wheels?). Wondering if I can connect with anyone that has parts cars, leads for parts, info for repairs etc. Have done a lot mechanically and probably this afternoon be replacing rear pads. Have some exterior cosmetic parts coming my way now also but sourcing clips to hold
    5 points
  10. heineraa

    New Member with 92 Grand Prix

    3.1. It’s the SE. Here’s some photos from when I washed it, and a couple from the first couple weeks of owning.
    5 points
  11. nascargtp

    New Member

    Thanks for the add. This is my 89 base Grand Prix with the 5 speed. It's been sitting in a field for the last ten years. Still have alot of work to do but it runs well and mostly it's little things like replacing trim parts that rotted off. In early 2000 the car had a ground effects kit put on it and it was to be donated to be a DARE car. Luckily some friends at GM Fairfax and the plant itself volunteered and painted the car in plant. This was right after the buildout for the Grand Prix and the car was being moved North. So this was literally the last Grand Prix ever painted at Fairfax Ks. The
    4 points
  12. mechanic58

    Looky I got!

    Got this thing torn down today and cleaned up. Ordered some parts. I may have it running later this week. LQ1 parts are all closeout priced on rock auto, the timing belt was only $2.14!
    4 points
  13. JDub76

    Back in the Fold

    Hello, I'm a long-time W-Body fan. The first car I ever bought in 1993 was an 1989 Olds Cutlass Supreme with a 2.8L. I traded it in thinking I wanted something faster like a 19-20 year old does. I've missed it ever since. A 1996 Cutlass Supreme with a 3.1L hit the local Craigslist with only 80K miles completely local to the Chattanooga area. I took the plunge and came back into the fold. I'm excited about having my new weekend cruiser. A couple of low hanging corrections are the outside mirror switch and the power antennae cable. Outside of that, I will start tinkering and tuning because
    4 points
  14. 55trucker

    Build sheets.

    One of these? This the build sheet to the '90 SE we owned before we purchased the GT
    4 points
  15. GnatGoSplat

    89 CS Taillight Trim Chrome to Black

    This mod is far too simple and unimpressive to warrant this level of procrastination, but procrastinate is what I do best. I've never liked the chrome trim on the 89 Cutlass taillights. Once, I Photoshopped them to black and I decided I like that much better. Terrible photochop, but the point is when I made it, Modified Date: Friday, October 16, 1998. BEFORE Chrome vs black trim AFTER Only took me 22 years, 1 month, and 8 days to get around to getting it done. Don't ask me when I'm going to get that bumper repainted.
    4 points
  16. WoodyUSSLUCE

    Hello from 89 Olds Cutlass Supreme owner

    Hello everyone I have an 89 Olds Cutlass Supreme with just under 274, 000 miles on it. It is a good car but does need some repairs on it. I am the 2nd owner and I have put over 150,000 miles on it myself. It has been a reliable car and has been well cared for. I think with me doing some repairs it can still go for many more miles.
    4 points
  17. ManicMechanic

    Reproduction Convertible Top Seals Initiative

    I wrote that, it's true. All Cutlass Supreme convertibles started as hardtops at the Doraville plant, sent to C&C for the conversion and then finished back at the Doraville plant.
    4 points
  18. K&R

    The Lost Cutlass

    The Lost Cutlass: My First Car It was 2009 and I was 15 going on 16 and searching for my first vehicle. My parents said I could pick any vehicle as long as it wasn’t too old. One day while riding through town I spotted a car that just struck a chord with me. It was Aqua Blue, two door and had mini quad headlights. I knew nothing about vehicles so I tried to find out what that car was. It was a 1993 Cutlass Supreme. I knew then, that’s the car I want. I searched Craigslist for months and never found one that was in good shape. I began to lose hope at finding one and
    4 points
  19. Kimbles0104

    It's Nice to Meet You!

    Hi, Everyone, I finally got my dream car on the road here in NY on Monday: my 1994 Cutlass Supreme convertible. I am looking forward to being a part of the group.
    4 points
  20. bluecalais79

    3.4 Water Pump 1994 CS

    Quick update, I found an independent shop willing to do the timing belt. I got it back yesterday, 6 hours labor and they did a great job. They also wound up replacing some kind of heater line that was about to fail, so that tacked on another 2 hours labor and the part was $150. NOS GM for that part, some kind of long black bar behind the motor Getting back to the timing belt, parts, labor, taxes all told ran just over $1200. I had the timing belt last changed in 1996 so man, this was way overdue. So with the intake gaskets & timing belt all replaced this motor's good for another
    3 points
  21. GTP091

    92 z34

    Z34 with a getrag 284 is a unicorn now. Fix it up and put collector plates on it. LQ1s are easy to work on once you get to know them. The Gaskets you need are cheap and this is about an 8 beer job so not bad at all. Youll spend more time cleaning and prep than spinning bolts.p
    3 points
  22. White93z34

    89 CS Taillight Trim Chrome to Black

    I think we're long overdue for some current pictures of your Cutlass. Its truly one of the few OGs remaining here. Always loved what you did with it.
    3 points
  23. sean1991olds

    Ed Welburn + Cutlass / W Design

    I research this kinda thing because of my site and because I own a 91 Cutlass - Some of you may already know Ed Welburn headed up design on the 1988 Cutlass Supreme and I assume that influenced the other W's as well. One interesting thing was that he said he designed the Cutlass along with the Olds Aerotech as a side project. Working on the Cutlass by day, Aerotech by night / in free time. Recently I saw another video that was more candid and informal, where he said he would talk about his best design and his 'least favorite' - he was most proud of bringing Camaro back, and probably also
    3 points
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