Blown Cutlass boasting 1650 horsepower is a drag racing monster

Get ready to have your socks blown off by the dynamic performance of this 1650-hp BLOWN 516 Cutlass. The Cutlass is decked out with a 516 big block Chevy engine with a 1071 Littlefield blown alcohol combination, three-piece powerglide with a 180 and a PTC 10-inch converter.
It's running 24 pounds of boost through the blower, with a wicked scoop on the hood and 275 tires. Watch it do burnouts and leave the competition in the dust! Its throaty roar is like music to a race car fans' ears.
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The Olds Cutlass originally hit the market in 1961, and quickly become one of the most popular cars on the market. The early 1980s Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was designed as a luxury car with an aerodynamic restyling from the standard issue of the late 1970s. The rear drive four-door sedan also featured a taillight lens restyle.
According to General Motors enthusiasts G-Body, it was the 1981 Cutlass that ushered downsized cars into the NASCAR cup competition. Disappointingly for Oldsmobile, the Cutlass never scored any NASCAR victories in the 1981-1085 seasons, and NASCAR teams moved on to the Regal, Grand Prix and Monte Carlo SS.
In 1982, Oldsmobile introduced the popular Cutlass Ciera, a V6 powered front-wheel drive A-body. This and the Cutlass Cruiser wagon became key parts of the Cutlass Supreme line in 1982.
1988 was the final year for the rear-wheel drive Cutlass Supreme, and it was rebadged as the Cutlass Supreme Classic, a 2-door coupe that was replaced by a front-wheel drive version with the Olds 307 engine.
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