George Hurst and Hurst Performance was responsible for some of the best known muscle cars as well as drag cars like the Hurst Hemi Under Glass Barracuda. While the 1969 Hurst Oldsmobile is considered as one of the muscle car era's high water marks, Hurst continued to build many limited production performance cars. By 1975 when this Oldsmobile Cutlass received the Hurst touch, the emphasis was more on refined performance than 0-60 times, it remained on top of the muscle car pyramid. This 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass is a true Hurst Olds and except for a 1990 repaint, is all original, still owned by its original owner. Check out the swivel bucket seats, the console mounted tach, and the reversible front seat cushions. All images copyright 2010 by Richard Truesdell and automotivetraveler.com, all rights reserved. If you have a request for commercial use of these images, contact the photographer through Fotki. For more photos from the Automotive Traveler image gallery visit http://automotivetraveler.fotki.com/ To view automotivetraveler.com, visit http://automotivetraveler.com/jump/2196 And to view Automotive Traveler magazine, visit http://automotivetraveler.com/jump/2197
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