Though it shares the same 112-inch wheelbase as the '61 to '62 Cutlass, at 192.2 inches, the '63 body is 4 inches longer-and 2 inches wider at 73.7. Unique fenders, hood, doors, quarter-panels, bumpers, and trunk lid make the car bigger, as Olds stylists emulated the look of fullsize '88 and '98 models. This was in response to data showing the buying public preferred more substantial-appearing compact cars. Though a total reskin, the underbody, chassis, suspension, and drivetrain were mostly carried over from 1962. Marvel at the original Wedgewood Mist light-blue paint and rust-free body. This one's at Desert Valley Auto Parts in Phoenix (DVAP.com).