1991 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

91 cruiser from above

white/blue leather

150,420 miles
450 h.p. 2002 Corvette LS-1 motor
Custom built 700R-4 transmission
3” exhaust system
custom sound system
custom wheels
air conditioning
power seats
power windows
power locks
keyless entry
power steering (rebuilt to 12:1 quick ratio by Power Steering Services)

Car was customized in June 2006 when it had 137,674 miles at a cost of more than $37,900.  The previous owner had the work done in Austin. The car has a little over 12,700 miles on the update. We have copies of the receipts from the work that was done.

Work we have done this year since purchase:  replace rear window struts, replace windshield, adjust transmission to soften shift, replace hood insulation, tinted windows, car light sanded, polished and waxed, front end aligned, body side moldings and bumpers painted black, differential gasket replaced, extra keys cut, keyless entry fob, front seat belts replaced, serviced engine oil and filter, replaced right rear power window motor and roller, replaced left rear window roller, replaced fuel hose, replaced drive belt, inserted new Oldsmobile center caps on custom wheels.

On a trip from Austin to Waxahachie and back for our North Texas Oldsmobile Club Zone Show (April, 2013) we got an amazing 18 mpg. On the way up we stopped in Round Rock at the community college's open house for their new automotive tech center where they hosted kids from several area high schools for a tour of the facility. Even though Buick and Chevrolet also built these big station wagons many of the high school kids swore they had never seen a car like it. I think they had just never taken a second look at a big station wagon before (especially one with a Corvette motor).

UPDATE: June, 2015 - We have sold this car and it has found a wonderful new home in Lubbock, Texas.

left side of cruiser

front of cruiser

right side of cruiser



engine on stand

engine and transmission