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YAK Car Pic of the Day

'68 Olds Cutlass S, Grand Island, N.Y.

It’s a 1968 kind of a week, so here’s a 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S convertible, which I often see on Grand Island (although right now I think it’s been put away for the winter). One of two Cutlass drop-tops, this one was less expensive (and a much better seller) than the other one which, if you really want to get picky, wasn’t technically a Cutlass, but a 4-4-2 (which was a separate series).

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know


  • 104josephcoppola

    Oh Baby!!! My muscle car was a ’68 442, it was British Racing Green with a yellow racing stripe & Crager Mags. Picked up a few tickets with it in the Norfolk/Va. Beach area running the streets against the other sailors & Marines with their muscle cars. Had to sell it in ’77. I got orders to Naples, Italy. A 442 in Italy? FAGETABOUDIT! Lots of fun though. The WAVEs stationed  at the Naval Hospital  loved that car!

  • rhmaccallum

    This asshat cites two FISA applications but carefully evades mentioning what those requests were for. So lets shed some light on that. Routine monitoring indicated two Russian banks making money transfers back and forth to the U.S. that seemed suspicious. So the FISA was to monitor those banks. It was that monitoring that led the intelligence community to a server located in Trump Tower.
    We monitor Russian banks. Valid enough. That this led back to Trump Tower…is something we all have to try and forget?

    • Ridgewaycynic2013

      “This isn’t the Trump Tower you’re looking for…”

      • rhmaccallum

        So everybody, my house was broken into last night. I want the police to investigate this and solve the crime. But don’t even think of coming into my home, examining the evidence where the crime occurred.
        If that’s the case Ridge ol boy what is the sense in investigating?

  • Ridgewaycynic2013

    It’s interesting that only some of the Artvoice articles are offering the Disqus platform for comments.