Einar Valsjø's 1968 Oldsmobile
1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible owned and restyled by Einar Valsjø of Trondheim, Norway. Einar's Cutlass' was the first car in Norway featuring a show paint job. The build was completed the night before the 1974 Motormesseshow in Nidarøhallen, were it made it's first public debut. People attending the show were speechless seeing the rolling piece of art. Lasse and Kalle Larsen helped Einar with the paint job. In 1979 two photos of the car from the 1974 Motormesseshow were published in Amcar No. 3 - 1979. By then the car had been sold and it was located on the West Coast of Norway.
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