1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The 1975 Cutlass became America's best selling carand would hold this title for most years into the 1980s. A restyled front end with waterfall-type split grilles and new rectangular headlights was introduced that would become an Olds Cutlass trademark in coming years, lasting into the late 1980s. Coupe bodies were reshaped for a smoother, less contoured look than the 1973–75 design. Taillights were revised and the license plate/fuel filler was moved above the bumper. The Cutlass S nameplate now applied to the entry-level this year. In contrast to the upright front ends of other Cutlass models including the Cutlass Supreme coupe, sedan and wagon, Vista Cruiser wagon, Cutlass Salon coupe and sedan, and the new Cutlass Supreme Brougham coupe. The 4-4-2 option was still offered on Cutlass S coupes as an appearance/handling package. Engine offerings were carried over from 1975 including the Chevy-built 250 cubic-inch inline six and Olds-built Rocket V8s of 260, 350 or 455 cubic inches. The Turbo Hydra-matic was required with the 350 and 455 V8s.