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Craigslist 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible Donk

Craigslist 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible Donk

It's a little early in the week to be cruising Craigslist for your next illicit car fling--or is it?

We won't judge, but we will go bro-to-bro to steer you clear of this 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible, donked out for the player with $20,000 in cash.

Here's how homebrewed cars go wrong, quickly. This once-classic Olds has been dipped in enough two-tone burgundy and yellow paint to be admitted to Florida State University's honors program. Worse, the Cutlass' 24-inch DUB spinners also are painted yellow, which makes them look like the 99-cent paper plates now festooning Dollar General's Cinco de Mayo aisle.

In the plus column, inside the bicolore cockpit there's a touchscreen DVD player and a 15-inch subwoofer, which probably account for 75 percent of the car's Blue Book value, and there are fresh chromed bumpers and a new vinyl power-operated top.

If you're a fan of donks, and possibly the Seminoles or the Washington Redskins, this could be the perfect tailgating machine. To us it's just one more reason Dan Snyder's the most hated man in the NFL.

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Craigslist 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible Donk

Craigslist 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible Donk

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  1. I'd be more interested to know what's under the Hood, what kind of transmission it had, and what kind of rear end it was working with. I could work around all the rest!
     
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