1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
For 1973, the Cutlass S was available only as a 2-door coupe. All Cutlass models came standard with front disc brakes. The standard engine was 350 Rocket V8, or a 455 Rocket V8. The Cutlass S also proved popular with 77,558 examples built. The Cutlass line was redesigned for 1973 using GM's new "Colonnade" A-body platform. The most popular body style was the Cutlass Supreme Coupe which found 219,857 buyers. Being the top-of-the-line option, the Cutlass Supreme came standard with an interior hood release, dome light, molding package, windshield radio antenna, seat belts with shoulder harness, Deluxe steering wheel, chrome hubcaps, carpeting, ashtrays, armrests, and front disc brakes. Power was from an overhead valve V8 unit displacing 350 cubic inches and offering 180 horsepower. Gross horsepower had been used through 1973 and 1973 was the first year Oldsmobile used net horsepower figures which were significantly lower for the same engine output.