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67 CUTLASS

still working on her after 15 years.. 72 350, 330 crank, rv cam, M-20, 3.08 what's left to do... first and foremost, change out rear gears.. 3.23 maybe, posi to be sure..

ok, a few things have changed since last time I posted... new engine, 400E 66/67 short stroke big block.. 42-224-4 comp cam, G heads cut .030 big S/S valves, block .030 over flat top forged pistons, gear to gear timing,headers, 3.73 12 bolt posi, M-20 converted to front disc brakes. I am sure I am leaving somethings out ;-) guess I should also add that just looking at the ole gal, still kinda looks like your fathers Oldsmobile ;-) that all disappears the minute the key hits the dash, 3" exhaust where they now exit just out in front of the rear wheel. Not much for mufflers, and the cops just love to pull me over, with out fail most just look at me and ask "little old for this?" ;-) I have just picked up a dual quad setup, can't wait to put this on, not much for performance, but sure will look good.. thanks for all the great comments, there are some great cars on this site. I'll get some updated pictures soon


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Anonymous on Jan 23, 2011 said:

I've always loved the grille of those mid-60s Olds! Awesome Car.

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azmusclecar on Sep 4, 2015 said:

Believe it or not, our high school driver education car was a 1967 Oldsmobile. That thing had enough power to scare the average teenager. For me, I loved the looks and lines and ended up buying a 1969 442. Looks like you've made some very nice performance options. I'm sure the gears alone made a big difference. And looks, it's my favorite color..........THUMBS UP!!

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tallblue52 on Sep 4, 2015 said:

I add a 69 442 drop top, I have had a bunch of these 442/cutlass over the years 66/67 have always been my favorite years... this will be my last one :-) thanks for the nice comments

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ghpcnm on Sep 4, 2015 said:

Dayum...that doesn't look like my father's Oldsmobile ;-)

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Anonymous on Mar 7, 2016 said:

I had a '69 F-85 with the W-31 package. Bare car - with AM radio, though. 4.33 Posi, close ratio M-21, air bags in the rear springs, 90-10 drag shock in the front. There weren't any really decent street tires in 1969 so I had traction problems until I learned to feather it off the line. It would run 13.90s all day long.

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tallblue52 on Mar 8, 2016 said:

thanks

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Anonymous on Mar 7, 2016 said:

This is a beautiful car! I like the modifications and especially the color!

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tallblue52 on Mar 8, 2016 said:

thanks

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ghpcnm on Mar 10, 2016 said:

Be sure and post pics of that dual quad setup

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azmusclecar on Mar 12, 2016 said:

You'll get so much better gas mileage with that dual quad setup...........(wink wink) That's what I told my wife why I had to get one. (nudge nidge) She told me like the dual quad setup, she wasn't buying it and neither was I. Wow..whata killjoy

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viking55 on Mar 12, 2016 said:

nice clean, classik ride !

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