1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 4-4-2
8-cyl. 400cid/350hp 4bbl
With an experienced team and a lot of data.
Oldsmobile shuffled the lineup in 1967, and slipped back to sixth place in the sales race. The front wheel-drive Toronado was improved somewhat, while all Oldsmobiles gained transistor ignition, dual master cylinders, four-way flashers, energy absorbing steering columns, shoulder belts and optional disc brakes.
Oldsmobile’s mid-range models continued to do well. The Cutlass line offered five models, with the 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 4-4-2 at the top in terms of performance. The base engine for the Cutlass Supreme was a 320 bhp, 330 cid V-8, while the L78 4-4-2 option added $184 and bought you a 350 bhp V-8 along with heavy duty brakes and suspension, buckets seats, red line tires and 4-4-2 badges.
Hood louvers over the air-cleaner were functional but not ram-air, and there was no J2 3x2 carburetor option anymore. Even so, the W-30 option did include an optional 400 cid “Forced Air” V-8, good for 360 bhp, said to be the same as the 1966 Tri-Power option. A total of 24,829 4-4-2 models were sold, with 3,080 convertibles. About 500 people paid $300 for the W-30 option, which included hotter cams and stronger valve springs.