Plenty of front-wheel-drive Cutlasses go to The Crusher without being photographed for this series, but here’s one with an interesting customization job that attracted my attention. Why didn’t GM ever make a wagon with a red-glass option?
When a car is on its last owner and that owner knows it, the space-saver spares seem to appear right away.
This car’s final owner must have scored a deal on some of that “fix-a-taillight” red tape. Inspiration!
A little packaging tape over the top, you know, to provide strength.
Riding in the back of this wagon must have felt like riding on the Hell Highway System.
Oldsmobile’s little line of flags, allegedly from nations with GM employees, lasted for a good chunk of the 1980s and 1990s.
3800 power, of course! Note: Sajeev Mehta, having joined the Cutlass Jihad, points out that this is actually a 3300 engine.
The wagon version of the Cutlass Ciera became the Cutlass Cruiser. The Judds preferred the sedan.