In today's video we take a in depth tour of my amazing survivor classic 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass S trim, if you liked this video be sure to like and subscribe there is a lot more to come!

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    • jordan dagoat
      jordan dagoat

      It was cool to meet u in person

      about 2 months ago
    • Joseph Linz
      Joseph Linz In reply to jordan dagoat

      jordan dagoat it was nice talking with you too! Take care buddy.

      about 2 months ago
    • jordan dagoat
      jordan dagoat

      Hey this is Jordan keep up the good work😉

      about 2 months ago
    • Grant Stewart
      Grant Stewart

      Why does your audio always start off robot sounding?

      about 6 months ago
    • Joseph Linz
      Joseph Linz In reply to Grant Stewart

      Grant Stewart that it can be. Thanks for watching!

      about 6 months ago
    • Grant Stewart
      Grant Stewart In reply to Grant Stewart

      @Joseph Linz Thats cool, I was just wondering if you had noticed and were aware. Video editing can be a pain to work with YouTube lol

      about 6 months ago
    • Joseph Linz
      Joseph Linz In reply to Grant Stewart

      Grant Stewart it’s a glitch with my video editing tool, i have to convert the video to a different format in order to crop and upload it, I apologize it happens, but it’s nothing that I can control..

      about 6 months ago
    • CM79150
      CM79150

      Yes yes yes!!! I’ve missed your videos. Please keep them coming

      about 6 months ago
    • Joseph Linz
      Joseph Linz In reply to CM79150

      CM79150 glad you enjoyed :3

      about 6 months ago
    • Pedals n Boots
      Pedals n Boots

      Great video as always buddy. So glad to see you starting up the Cutlass again. Sounded like it needed a lil pumpin' this time. :-)

      about 6 months ago
    • Pedals n Boots
      Pedals n Boots In reply to Pedals n Boots

      @Joseph Linz Oh yeah, that would've been a GREAT one to get on video! I'd love to have seen that one! :-) It's fun to watch 'em get flooded and struggle and then finally start up and belch out all that black/blue/white smoke and chug back to life isn't it? :-)

      about 6 months ago
    • Joseph Linz
      Joseph Linz In reply to Pedals n Boots

      Pedals n Boots haha, one time when my grandfather still owned the car, the butterfly valve for the choke got stuck closed and we tried to start it; and she would spudder but not fully start, we probably cranked on her for a half hour till the battery went dead, and while it was charging I took the filter house cover off and found the valve stuck, as soon as the battery was charged I told my dad to just hold the throttle to the floor and turn it over; when she started her exhaust let out a ton of white smoke for probably 5 minutes, it was halarious but also wild that it built up so much Unburned fuel in the system, after some gentle revs for a little bit she finally cleared her throat and was able to idle again.. It just sucks I didn’t get it on video

      about 6 months ago
    • Pedals n Boots
      Pedals n Boots In reply to Pedals n Boots

      Joseph Linz Have you ever got it a lil bit flooded when you were trying to start it up? :)

      about 6 months ago
    • Pedals n Boots
      Pedals n Boots In reply to Pedals n Boots

      Joseph Linz I couldn’t agree more. I like it when it needs a lot of pumping. 👍😄

      about 6 months ago
    • Joseph Linz
      Joseph Linz In reply to Pedals n Boots

      Pedals n Boots nope, it’s quite fun actually :3

      about 6 months ago