The Oldsmobile Cutlass was a range of automobiles produced by General Motors' Oldsmobile division between 1961 and 1999. At its introduction, the Cutlass saw its greatest success as a body-on-frame intermediate. The Cutlass was named after the type of sword, which was common during the Age of Sail.
Introduced as the top trim level in Oldsmobile's compact F-85 line, the Cutlass evolved into a distinct series of its own, spawning numerous variants, including the formidable 4-4-2 muscle car in 1964 and premium Cutlass Supreme in 1966.
Changes for 1967 included the availability of optional disc brakes and the three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic. A new option was the Turnpike Cruiser package on Cutlass Supreme coupes and convertibles, which used a two-barrel carburetor and mild camshaft with the 400 cu in (6.6 L) engine and a (numerically) low axle ratio for efficient and relatively economical freeway cruising. The Turnpike Cruiser used the heavy-duty suspension of the 4-4-2, and was available only with a Turbo-Hydramatic.
Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Sports Coupe 400 cui (1967). Vehicle in original condition. Running, functional vehicle, not crashed. Registration documents. 4-4-2 muscle car engine and suspension, premium Supreme class.
|Engine||6.548 ccm, 355 PS, V8|
|Steering||Left Hand Drive|
|Layout||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Color - exterior||Blue|
|Color - interior||Blue|
|Miles/Kilometers shown||33.856 mls|
|Chassis / VIN||338077M336696|
|Location - Country||Czechia|
|Location - City||Pisek|
2-door coupe body type; RWD (rear-wheel drive), automatic 3-speed gearbox; gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 6548 cm3 / 399.6 cui, advertised power: 261 kW / 350 hp / 355 PS (SAE gross), torque: 597 Nm; characteristic dimensions: outside length: 5187 mm, width: 1930 mm, wheelbase: 2921 mm; reference weights: base curb weight: 1657 kg; top speed: 207 km/h (129 mph); accelerations: 0-60 mph 6.6 s; 0-100 km/h 7 s