1967 Oldsmobile 442

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Overview


The 442 option was now based on the top-line Cutlass Supreme.


The 1967 442's styling and base engine remained the same, except for an increase in intake valve size. GM also put a ban on the tri-carb setup, but power output remained the same as the previous year with that setup.

The 3-speed auto Turbo Hydra-Matic became available as a transmission option. They heavy-duty floor-mounted 3-speed manual was now standard with the Muncie M-20 and the M-21 four-speed was optional, all with Hurst shifters.

Front disc brakes were now an option.

The W-30 package was still available now with red plastic inner fender liners. 502 factory W-30 engines were built to meet NHRA homologation rules.

The 442 option was now based on the top-line Cutlass Supreme.

Production Numbers


442 24,833
Total Production 24,833

Performance Specs


Engine Size Carb. HP Torque 0 to 60 Quarter mile
W-30 400ci 1x4bbl 360 440 lb-ft 6.5 sec 14.1 sec @ 103 mph
400 V8 4000ci 1x4bbl 350 440 lb-ft - -
L66 400ci 1x4bbl 300 425 lb-ft - -

Transmission


  • 4-Speed Manual Wide Ratio
  • 3-Speed Turbo Hydra-Matic
  • Heavy-Duty 3-Speed
  • 4-Speed Manual Close Ratio

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Ebony Black
Turquoise Frost
Provincial White
Crystal Blue
Midnight Blue
Mimini Blue
Gold
Aspen Green
Emerald Green
Aquamarine
Tahoe Turquoise
Burgundy Mist
Pewter
Spanish Red
Champagne
Cameo Ivory
Dubonnet
Antique Pewter
Sauterne
Carnet Red
Saffron
Florentine Gold

Interior

Black
Lt. Blue
Red
Parchment

OEM Brochures


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