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Emboldened by the muscle car boom, Oldsmobile introduced a new muscle car, the Cutlass Rallye. Although the Rallye would last only one year, making it one of the highly sought-after muscle cars of 1970, it was a muscle car in every sense of the word. The Rallye package came with “Super Stock” II wheels, painted bumpers, wide tires, rally decals, sport mirrors, hood scoop and a spoiler. The Rallye base engine was a 350 cid, sporting 310 horsepower and 390 foot pounds of torque. The Rallye was the perfect combination of appearance and performance, all for a price of about $3500. A total of 3,547 of these street machines were sold in 1970.
- First year for hardened valve seats, preparing for unleaded gasoline
- Revised hood, bumpers and grille over previous year model
- Price new: $3,506