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  • KHE-300-USB 1964-65 Cutlass with bluetooth

    KHE-300-USB 1964-65 Cutlass with bluetooth

    KHE-300-USB 1964-65 Cutlass   The Oldsmobile Cutlass was America’s most popular car at one time, and in 1964, the F-85 revealed a much more longer wheelbase and attractive new style. That year also saw the 4-4-2, which brought American...

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  • KHE-300-USB 1966-67 Cutlass with bluetooth

    KHE-300-USB 1966-67 Cutlass with bluetooth

    KHE-300-USB 1966-67 Cutlass features     If you love your Olds Cutlass, it is safe to say you appreciate horsepower. And many Cutlass enthusiasts til’ this day will rant and rave about the high quality engine bearings that the...

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  • KHE-300-USB 1970-72 Cutlass with bluetooth

    KHE-300-USB 1970-72 Cutlass with bluetooth

    KHE-300-USB 1970-72 Cutlass 1972 was a landmark year for the Cutlass, it marked the last time until 1990 that the Cutlass Supreme Convertible would be available. Most of the relics we cherish from the past seem like they are long gone and faded. But...

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When General Motors built a muscle car they didn't mess around. Under the General Motors umbrella you had the Camaro, the Corvette, the Chevelle, the GTO, etc but you also had the Oldsmobile Cutlass. The Cutlass had similar lines to the Chevrolet Chevelle but it came in more of a I'm going to kick your butt sort of stance. The Olds Cutlass just had an attitude and combined with some serious pop under the hood it made for a fearsome combo. The Olds Cutlass came in some subtle looks that concealed a brute force but it also came at you like a lion with the legendary 442 which stood for four barrel carb, four speed and dual exhaust. It had power to spare and just dominated the street and the track. It was a fearsome vehicle and was a joy to drive. It proved to the world that it wasn't only the Chevy clan that had the big muscle but also Oldsmobile. Now its been said before that no matter how classic the car was, no matter how fast it was, no matter how smooth it drove, not matter how cool it was, the classic car always had one downfall and that wast the sound system. The classic car sound system is in most cases just pathetic. So what can you do? You can head over to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at the long line of Ken Harrison radios. Ken Harrison radios are considered some of the best in the classic car industry. They are built with only the best components which ensure you a lifetime of stellar use. The Ken Harrison radios are easy to install which means you're on the road instead of in the garage. So get to Vintage Car Radio and get yourself a Ken Harrison radio.