As the name implies, the Supreme was the top of the line model for the Cutlass line. The 1968-1972 A-Body Cutlass Supreme even offered a unique hardtop roofline and was Oldsmobile's response to the personal luxury cars like the Monte Carlo and Grand Prix. Throughout the 1980s, the Cutlass Supreme became a sleek luxury coupe similar to the Monte Carlo. In the late 1980s, the Cutlass Supreme became a stand-alone model with front wheel drive. Rare models from this generation came with double overhead cam Quad 4 and V6 engines and offered a Getrag 5-speed manual transmission. Convertibles were back too, now with a fixed roll bar behind the driver's seat. Be sure to differentiate Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme parts from other Cutlass models as there may be difference depending on the year.