Here is my 1977 Cutlass Supreme Brougham. This was my first car, purchased in May 1992, for a total of $1658.50. There was 83K on the odometer then, and it was the only car I could find in my price range at the time. I didn't particularly care for the color back then, but I must say, it's definitely grown on me over the years. This car has been with me through high school, college, and now married life. (although the wife will never understand why I keep it) Now, I have over 140K on the original 350 and she still runs strong. With the factory 2.41 rear you definitely aren't going anywhere off the line, but at 85 mph she still gets over 15 mpg and is so comfy, she's like driving your couch. I really haven't done much to this car in the years I've had it. She had an exterior repaint in 1994, all paint in the jambs and inside the trunk is still original. The body panels are still original. The timing chain was replaced at 95K. Brakes, shocks, and springs were replaced about 8 years ago. Front suspension was redone three years ago. That's about it. Interior is all original, complete with the factory AM/FM/8-track/CB radio, and floor mats. As you can see, I appreciate originality in an automobile. The SSIII rally wheels are factory, according to the build sheet, as are a ton of other options. The build sheet even lists a front license plate delete, which I thought was kinda cool. NY mandates two plates, but I refuse to drill that front bumper for a bracket. Do you blame me? It's funny, with amount of these cars that were built, you would think that there would be more of them around. Granted, I am in central NY, and salt takes it's toll on most any vehicle, I'm sure most of them up here rotted away and were junked. I guess I'm the only one who thought to store them in the winter. Any car show I attend, it seems I am the ony one there with either car. I consider it a purpose now, to make sure you, or your kids, or your grandkids never forget what an Oldsmobile is.