Daniel Pereira's '69 Cutlass Supreme
This lovely 1969 Cutlass Supreme was purchased new by
my maternal grandfather. He died of cancer in 1984,
and left it to the family. My grandmother did not
drive, and nobody seemed to want it, or get rid of it.
So it was left in the garage in downtown Toronto for
14 years, until the summer of '99 when my godmother
decided to sell my grandparents' house instead of
renting it. So the car was moved to my uncle
Charlie's house in Scarborough. It remains there to
this day, and restoration will be continued by me in
the summer of 2000.
The car is one of 522 made in Canada, and I have not
been able to find another like it. Making it quite
The parts, including the tires are totally original.
Except of course the muffler, which is changed very
often. The interior is mint, everything works, it
currently starts up... in one shot... after not being
touched for over a decade.
It will require very little body work, but the damage
done to my limited resources will be because of the
slightly pitted front bumper! Ouch!
I also need to find some script for the hood that says
I think that's it, I'll see if I can get some more