Relisted due to a non paying buyer. PLEASE do not submit an offer if you're not a serious buyer. Thank you.With all the hype surrounding auctions and top-flight investment-grade classic cars, it's easy to forget that 98% of the hobby is made up of simply nice classic cars like this dialed-in 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S convertible. Stylish in a beautiful shade of blue with a top that goes down and an original 350 V8 that sounds great, what better way to enjoy a sunny day than behind the wheel of this fast, fun, and very slick ragtop? General Motors got the formula right with the A-bodies, and that includes the Cutlass and its unique blend of style and performance. Proportions were exactly right, and in Oldsmobile's case, the Cutlass is simply the best-looking thing to come out of the BOP studios that year. Treated to a very nice respray in its original shade of Trophy Blue, it looks extremely clean from every angle. Spared from fake parts or a 442 clone attempt, we’ve instead embraced its heritage as a beautiful Cutlass S drop top. This one has been well-maintained as it was completed not long ago and offers straight bodywork that highlights the flared fenders and chrome strip along the tops of the fenders. It shows some very minor wear, of course, because it's impossible to resist a vintage drop-top on a sunny day, and this high driver-quality Olds is more than happy to join you on your daily commute to work as well as to the car show on Sunday. Chrome and trim are very good, including the curvaceous bumpers, and all the stainless was buffed-out to a great shine that provides a nice contrast to the slick blue finish. The body and chassis appear to be all original, from floor pans to quarter panels.The interior of this Cutlass presents very well for a car of its age. From the bucket front seats to the carpeting, everything is clean and well sorted. In keeping with maintaining this vehicle’s stock appearance, a Bluetooth radio has been installed and tucked away in the glove box. All of its original gauges are intact and functional, and a small aftermarket gauge set has been installed and placed out of plain view, on top of the transmission tunnel.The engine is the original Rocket 350, but has been rebuilt top to bottom. It has been cleaned, machined, and fitted with Keith Black flat top pistons, a full Comp Cams roller rocker valvetrain, a Comp Thumpr cam, Eagle H beam rods, ARP hardware, an Edelbrock intake and a brand new Holley Street Warrior carb. The rebuild has certainly netted her some more power, but she is still a very easy car to drive. To keep things cool, a Flowkooler water pump, 3” aluminum radiator, and electric fan have been installed. The ignition system has been modernized with a Proform HEI system and MSD wires, along with new Delco plugs.The engine is backed by a refreshed TH350 transmission, with new flexplate, converter, and mini starter. The exhaust is long tube headers connected to a custom true dual setup. Stopping and steering are a breeze, this girl has new shocks, brakes, bushings and BF Goodrich tires all around. The drivetrain needs no service at this time, with all fluids, seals, and gaskets being very recent, it is a turn key driver.There are many parts that have been replaced that have not been mentioned, as there is truly too much to list. It comes with a litany of spare parts (both new and vintage used), owner’s literature, service manuals, and more. The car has a clean Ohio title, ready to be transferred to its new owner. With classic vehicles skyrocketing in value, you really can’t go wrong with this one. Priced to sell at $34,900. I do have plenty more pictures I can share, I can take custom pictures upon request, videos, etc... Don't hesitate to ask. I'm more than happy to help with shipping, etc. Thanks for looking!