COLUMBUS GROVE — When the Oldsmobile Cutlass first went on sale, it was the smallest and cheapest Oldsmobile. A few changes were made during the second generation, which lasted from 1964 through 1967. The Cutlass grew in size and in curb weight, up to 3,440 pounds. By 1976, the Cutlass was America’s best-selling car, lasting into the 1980’s. The car remained popular, with minor changes in size, weight, options and standard features. It was in production over six generations, until the end of 1999.
Kim Keller, of Columbus Grove brought this 1965 Olds Cutlass to The Lima News’ Real Wheels Cruise-In. He has owned it for three years. It was a California car. He states, “It’s a memory every day when you drive the car.”