LS Swapped 1967 Olds Cutlass Town Sedan Custom

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass for sale in Lutz, Florida, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Lutz, Florida, United States
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: Cutlass
SubModel: Town Sedan
Type: Sedan
Year: 1967
VIN: 336697M223737
Color: Black
Engine size: 5.3L
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Air Conditioning
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4L60E 4sp auto
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black/silver piping
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Oldsmobile Cutlass 1967

You are looking at a 1967 Olds Cutlass 4 door sedan with an LS swap. This car was a project car for myself and my son for him when he was ready to drive. The car has proven to be too much car (as in too big) and a little too much power for him at this time in his driving career.

As a result we are offering it for sale. It was meant to be a tribute car to the Impala driven by the Winchesters in the hit TV series, Supernatural.

I wanted a car that was reliable and would be easier and safer for him to drive. Thus I decided on a LS swap with 4 speed auto.

What the car was when we got it:

1967 Red Olds Cutlass, 330 2 brl V8; Powerglide, 2 speed automatic transmission, single exhaust, 4 door sedan, Georgia car, very little rust, power steering, factory A/C, no power 4 wheel drum brakes, AM radio (did not work) with black and white seat covers. Frame, floorboard and trunk all in good shape, no major rust issues.

What the car has now:

Engine and Transmission:

Engine and drivetrain (done locally at a professional shop for all installation of all major components):

2002 Chevrolet truck 5.3 L v8 motor, used with approximately 145K on it when we got it, about 150K now; complete with computer and OBDII port in the interior of the car.

2002 Chevrolet 4 speed, 4l60E trans, not sure on the mileage, but works great.

To install the engine and trans:

New Dirty dingo motor mount adapters with New 1967 Chevelle small block stock motor mounts.

New LS swap shorty camaro style stainless steel shorty headers.

New Custom brackets purchased for the accessories including the 2002 A/C compressor.

Stock Olds crossmember for the trans installation.

New Cadillac CTSV oil pan and oil pickup to increase clearance to the ground.

Custom made cold air intake to the throttle body.

GT 500 intercooler reservoir tank as coolant reservoir.

New Three row aluminum radiator. (car runs cool all the time).

Reman power steering pump.

New radiator hoses

New Frame mounted Walbro 255 GPH electric fuel pump

New OEM style gas tank with new straps and new strap insulators.

New tank sending unit.

New wiper motor

New battery

Suspension and brakes

1967 Chevelle power front disc brake upgrade, purchased new as a kit: rotors, calipers, spindles, backing plates, booster and master cylinder, pads, proportioning valve, etc.

Rear brakes are all new drum components: drum, shoes, springs, wheel cylinder, etc.

New Front tubular upper and lower control arms with polyurethane bushings; ball joints that came with the kit were replaced with new Moog ball joints for better quality and longer life.

New heim joint front sway bar end links

New pitman arm

New idler arm

New center link

New inner and outer tie rod ends.

New shocks. (original springs)

Rear upper control arms are original

Rear lower control arms are new 442 control arms that will accept a rear sway bar (have not installed the sway bar and don’t have one)

New Gabriel HighJacker air shocks for the rear.

Reman Jeep Grand Cherokee steering box for a lower ratio steering.

Rear differential is original, 12 bolt, non posi rear with stock gears.


New Shorty stainless steel LS swap headers

New Flowmaster custom 3” exhaust piping with H pipe and exiting behind the rear tires.

New DynoMax 3” mufflers

Wheels and Tires

Purchased used, American Racing 15x7 front wheels and 15x8 rear wheels.

Tires: Front: brand new: 215x60x15

Rear: about 5K miles on them, 255x60x15, Cooper Cobras


Seats were recently (last year) recovered in custom color combination, vinyl of black with silver piping, front and back.

1969 Chevelle front bench seat with headrests

Rear seat is original Cutlass seat.

Custom made inserts for installation of custom 3 point shoulder harness system for the front driver and front passenger seat.

Custom AutoSound old style look radio, Am/Fm with Aux for playing Iphone or other means of playing your music through the radio.

4 speaker system, two in the front door panels and two in the rear package shelf.

Ultra Gauge that plugs into the OBD port: can be set for a bunch of different gauges; right now set with Speedometer, engine temp and rpms. Sits on top of the steering column.

New turn signal switch

New custom steering wheel.

New package shelf

New custom mounted 3rd brake light that shows through the back glass when the brakes are on.

Headliner is good

Door panels are good

Original dash pad with no cracks.


Black paint less than one year old.

Barrel key hood locks

New front windshield, professional installation.

Rear windshield, rust areas repaired and glass resealed professionally.

New trunk rubber seal

New 4 door rubber seals.

Dual custom outside rear view mirrors with led turn signals hidden in them that flash red with the turn signal (car originally had only the driver mirror outside).

New tail light seals

New tag light covers and seals and bulbs.

New windshield wipers

Headlights are new all 4 halogen headlights

New turn signal bulbs front and rear

Custom made 442 style badges that say, “ 5.3 2” instead of “ 4 4 2”; one on each fender, one on the trunk lid and one on the grille.

What will it come with?

New rubber spacers that go between the body and the bumpers, front and rear.

New 24 gallon (stock is 20 gallon) fuel tank with in tank pump and venting.

Some of the chrome and other outside appearance stuff we didn’t want to put back on the car.

All hardware, emblems and other stuff that originally came on the car that we kept.

What does it need?

Gas tank replaced as the fuel pump is taxing the relay so the car will come with a replacement fuel system. Also the OEM style tank, due to the venting and the electric pump system, allows gas to go out when the tank is full so the venting is an issue with it the way it is. It runs fine and no issues driving other than leaking out when full. Also, due to no baffling in the tank, when the gas level is low, can run out of fuel on sharp corners. This is why I have the new tank for the car that will come with the car that has the in tank fuel pump, vent and charcoal cannister. Fuel pump is the same flow as on the car now...Walbro 255 gph pump.

A/C system to be finished being hooked up

Interior door jamb windlace

Spare tire and jack

Alignment, although car runs straight.

A couple of small rust bubbles came up after the paint in the lower quarter.

Both bumpers need to be re-chromed and the rear has a dent that needs to be fixed that was on the car when purchased.

May be somethings I missed that we did, but not intentionally missed. If you have any questions, please ask. This car gets a lot of attention wherever it goes. Title is clear and you could drive this car most anywhere right now.

If the car needs to be shipped, that is the responsibility of the buyer to arrange and pay. Deposit of $500 which is non-refundable. Reserve the right to end the listing early if sold locally.

No warranty on this car is expressed or implied. This is a used vehicle.

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