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Definition funny of Cutlass:
1) An awesome, expensive car. 2) A type of sword once used by pirates.
1) On ride with Funkmaster Flex they fixed TMac up with a Cutlass! 2) Argh, walk the plank or I ive ye a second butthole with me cutlass!
sweet car made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors
My Cutlass came stock with a 260 (4.3L) V8(not a typo) and still takes out 5.0 stangs for top end
In guyanese terms it is a tool used too beat your kids... and cut coconuts with. in english it is known as a long sword.
Dnt mek me tek dis Cutlass n beat yuh tail!!!
One of the classiest, sharpest cars that Oldsmobile ever made. I had a Cutlass Supreme Brougham which came with the 350 rocket engine, a deluxe interior, and a half covered roof (I forgot what you call it). The 1977 was the last of the big versions. In 1978 they were downsized and lost all of their appeal and class.
Books about Cutlass:
Cutlass and 4-4-2: Muscle Portfolio 1964-1974 by R.M. Clarke (Aug 13, 1998)
Cutlass, 1970-87 (Chilton's Repair Manual (Model Specific)) by Chilton (Jul 1, 1987)
Vampirate's The Grim Cutlass by Frank Di Piazza (Oct 18, 2014)
At the Point of a Cutlass: The Pirate Capture, Bold Escape, and Lonely Exile of Philip Ashton by Gregory N. Flemming (Jun 3, 2014)
General Motors: Chevrolet Malibu (1997 thru 2003) Oldsmobile Alero (1999 thru 2003) Oldsmobile Cutlass (1997-2000... by Jay Storer (Oct 21, 2005)
General Motors Buick Regal, Chevrolet Lumina,Olds Cutlass Supreme,Pontiac Grand Prix, 1988-2007 (Haynes Repair... by Editors Haynes (Mar 15, 2009)
Cutlass! by Adam Clarke and Gav Thorpe (Apr 18, 2011)
Wiki information Cutlass:
The Oldsmobile Cutlass is a line of automobiles made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. The Cutlass began as a unibody compact car, but saw its greatest success as a body-on-frame intermediate car. Introduced in 1961 as the top trim level...
A cutlass is a short, broad sabre or slashing sword, with a straight or slightly curved blade sharpened on the cutting edge, and a hilt often featuring a solid cupped or basket-shaped guard. It was a common naval weapon.