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History of the 1964-1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass
A longer 115-inch wheelbase and attractive new styling helped the completely redesigned 1964 F85/Cutlass become Oldsmobile's best-selling line. Cutlass models included a convertible, two-door coupe and two-door hardtop. The standard Cutlass V-8 during 1964-67 was a 330-cid cast-iron design. The first 4-4-2 performance package, available on Cutlass and two-door F-85 models, was released mid-1964. It included a four-barrel carburetor, four-speed stick and dual exhausts.
An appealing facelift refreshed the Cutlass line for 1965, while the 4-4-2 package gained an exclusive 400 cid V-8—available with manual or automatic transmission. Sleek Cutlass offerings for 1966-67 shared their round wheelhouses with most contemporary full-size Oldsmobiles. The 1966 Cutlass line included a new and luxurious Supreme four-door hardtop. A full Supreme series followed for 1967, available with I-6 or V-8 power.
Special engine options, including a tri-carbed 400 for 1966, and 1967’s 4-bbl. W-30, ensured the Cutlass 4-4-2 lived up to its "Civilized Supercar" reputation. Authentic 1964-67 Cutlass 4-4-2s are valuable muscle cars today, and any Cutlass of the period can be an engaging collector car.
1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Info
2dr Holiday Coupe
4dr Holiday Sedan
4dr Town Sedan
8-cyl. 330cid/320hp 4bbl
Curb Weight: 3140 lbs.
Length: 204.2 in.
Wheel Base: 115 in.
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