Tuesday, March 12, 2013

1967 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser

Introduced in 1964, the Vista Cruiser was a wagon version of the Cutlass. There were extra windows in the roof on a sort of pod over the rear seats. It was, along with the Buick Sport Wagon, a special, luxurious wagon that was definitely a status symbol of the time. This particular car, while pretty rough, still looks good with its slot mags, rake, and hood scoop, all straight out of the 70s.
 
  
 

8 comments:

  1. Is that an orange Chevy Monza parked behind?

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    1. It will have its post soon...

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    2. hi im the owner of the vista it now has operational hood scoop ! thats to let the fire from back fires to defrost the winshield!

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    3. hi im the owner of the vista it now has operational hood scoop ! thats to let the fire from back fires to defrost the winshield!

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  2. I had to seel the monza to keep the vista sorry but it was too much gas milage a hopped uf 307 7mpg ! but 0 to 110 in 2 blocks!

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  3. I had to seel the monza to keep the vista sorry but it was too much gas milage a hopped uf 307 7mpg ! but 0 to 110 in 2 blocks!

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  4. im just figering out a few problems and thinking of driving the thing !

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  5. im just figering out a few problems and thinking of driving the thing !

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