This was a video I took of my best friend and his wife after their wedding. I purchased the car in origional condition in 1999 when I was in high school. It then was a Cutlass Supreme with the origional Rocket 330 and 2 speed Jetaway auto trans. I drove it without any mods for about a year then I decided to fit a Olds 455 in it. I built the engine from a Vista Cruiser and put a turbo 400 behind it with a full manual shift. I then completely rebuilt the rear axle and put lower gears in it with the olds cone type posi. I call it a 442 but it was a CS.
I ran it down the strip a few times and it got mid 14's. One day testing on the track the float in the carb failed and ran the engin dry at full throttle halfway down the quarter mile. The resulting super lean mixture at 6000 rpm cracked #8 piston. I did not know it was damaged at the time since it was running well so I readjusted the carb a drove it home. On one of my trips from WYOTECH to home I gunned it hard up a hill and the piston let go. It was fun while it lasted.
I then removed the engine and took the car to my Chassis Fab class at WYOTECH where I completely removed the body, boxed the frame and control arms and installed an NHRA certified rollcage.
I was then deployed to Iraq for a year and then was married-----I never had the time or money to finish my project. I sold it to my best friend for $1000 and he has turned it into more than I could ever afford. There is most likely 10 grand in the engine alone and more mods are being done everyday. Its great to still be able to see the car I fell in love with 10 years ago being enjoyed today by a great friend.
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1967 Oldsmobile 442
The Oldsmobile 442 was a muscle car produced by the Oldsmobile division of
General Motors. It was introduced as an option package for F-85 and Cutlass
models sold in the United States beginning with the 1964 model year. The
442 title comes from the configuration of the car: a four-barrel
carburetor, a four-speed manual transmission, and dual Exhaust pipes.
For 1967 the 442's styling and base engine remained the same. The 1967 442
package was based on the top-line Cutlass Supreme series including the
sport coupe (with center post), Holiday hardtop coupe and convertible. The
heavy-duty floor-mounted three-speed manual transmission was now standard,
and front disc brakes were a new option this year. Standard equipment on
all models included Strato bucket seats or no-cost notchback bench seat,
full carpeting, expanded Morocceen vinyl upholstery, heavy-duty suspension
with rear sway bar, and wide-oval tires. Power front disc brakes were $104,
while power steering was $94.
This "Triple Black Beauty" had a body-on restoration and one repaint. It is
all original, and has been garage kept its entire life.
Numbers Matching 400ci V8 Motor, 350hp
Casting Number 390925E (Rare, '66-'67 442 400ci Short Stroke Motor)
Muncie M21 4-Speed
Super Clean Under the Hood
New Master Cylinder
Radiator in Good Shape
Chrome Air Cleaner
GM 12 Bolt Rear End with 4:11 Gears
Dual Exhaust with Aluminized Pipe
Rebuilt Gear Box
Drum Brakes, New Drums Up Front
New Stainless Lines from Front to Back
New Speedo Cable
Door Gaps and Margins Look Good
Doors Function Great
Stainless in Great Shape
Nice Solid Trunk with Mat, Jack and Redline Spare
Super Straight Body
Trunk Floor and Drop Down Panels in Great Shape
Nice Gas Tank
New Rear Springs
New U Joint
Rear Sway Bar
Lower Links with Reinforcing
Frame in Great Shape
Front Cross Member in Great Shape
New Drag Link and Tie Rods
Clean Wheel Wells
Period Correct Super Oval Sport Firestone Tires 70/14s Front and Back
Oldsmobile Rally Rims
Door Panels in Great Shape
Dash in Great Shape
Aftermarket Gauges Under Dash
Turn Signal Indicators Work
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Don's 67 Cutlass
Just showcasing some of the goods. This is what we live for at CIK. Custom
Graphic 2-Tone, Metal Patch Panels and full Wetsand & Buff.
FOR SALE 1967 Oldsmobile 442
Http://www.markaquino.com. Mark Aquino sells this 1967 442 Oldsmobile.
Black bucket seat interior. Hurst shifter and console, all original
interior intact. Drive train is a 1970 455 E head 425 horse motor, factory
4-speed, heavy duty drive line, boxed lower control arms, rear sway bar, 3
91 posi rear-end, 5 original style wheels with caps and rings, manual
steering, manual drum brakes. Body color is gold and black vinyl. Runs,
has lifter knock, maybe rod. Car needs total restoration including,
quarter panel replacement, may only need patch panels replacement. Needs
trunk replacement with supports, interior toe boards, possibly complete
floors. Minor rust around windows. Car has 1 original re-paint. 3rd
owner. 2nd owner X 30 years. 7500 obo. 760-940-0913
1966 Olds 442 W30 MuscleCar Nationals Race & Show Fun
Great memories racing and showing my 1966 Olds 442 Tri-Carb W30 with
friends at the MuscleCar Nationals in Sacramento. I restored it to showroom
condition in the 1980's, including balancing and blueprinting the original
Olds 400 engine and drivetrain to factory specs as documented in the 2-part
article I wrote for Musclecar Review magazine. It's all 442 including the
original Olds 400 "E" block, heads, carbs, intake/carbs, etc, and raced on
DOT legal street tires through mufflers and full Exhaust per Musclecar Nationals factory stock
rules. I raced my first 442 in stock eliminator during the 1960's, and had
a ball with my friends showing and racing this one at various events around
the country. I hope you enjoyed sharing this trip down musclecar memory
lane with me.
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This video is dedicated to my good friend John Seguin, who died shortly
after he videotaped some of the racing scenes in this video for me. Here's
to John and our other friends who share our passion for cars: cars and
shows may come and go, including the MuscleCar Nationals, but our memories
make sure that "Good Friends are Forever".
1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe Dead Stock Original Classic Youngtimer Sexy Body
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The Cutlass Supreme was downsized for 1978, along with the rest of the
Cutlass line. An upscale Cutlass Calais model was added, differing from the
Cutlass Supreme only in minor trim details. The new notchback Cutlass
Supreme proved to be far more popular than the controversial fastback
Cutlass Salon coupe and sedan introduced at the same time..
Both the Cutlass Supreme and Calais were optioned with T-tops and/or a
factory sunroof, even on the base Cutlass Supreme coupe with the factory
radio delete option.
From 1978 through 1980, a high-performance 442 model was available, and for
1979, a special-edition performance model, the Hurst/Olds was offered.
These used the Supreme's notchback body, rather than the standard fastback
coupe's. Around 2,499 Hurst/Olds were produced - all were powered with an
Oldsmobile 5.7L (350 cubic-inch) Rocket V8 (not the diesel engine) sourced
from the full-size Delta 88 and Ninety Eight Regency. Also included in the
Hurst/Olds package was the Hurst Dual/Gate shifter for the three-speed turbo Hydra-matic transmission..
This was also the first year GM introduced the OBD-I computer controlled
engine management and emission control system.
The 442 option moved from the aeroback Cutlass Salon coupe body to the
notchback Cutlass Calais for 1980, with content upgraded from a mere
"appearance and handling" package back to a legitimate performance option
with content similar to the 1979 Hurst/Olds including its 350 Rocket V8.
This would be the last 442 until that model was revived in 1985, again on
the Cutlass notchback body, as a successor to the 1983-84 Hurst/Olds.
In 1981, the Cutlass Supreme coupe received an aerodynamic restyle (with a
"shovel-nose" front header panel), which, along with a higher rear deck,
decreased air resistance by 15%. It would continue with this basic
design until the final rear-drive Cutlass was produced in 1988. A 4-door
sedan was added to the Supreme lineup, with a new front end and a slight
taillight lens restyle (resembling a touch-tone dial or Rubik's Cube - this
lens style was used until 1984). It was this restyled body that (along with
the Monte Carlo, Buick Regal, and Pontiac Gran Prix) ushered in the
down-sized cars into NASCAR cup competition. While the Cutlass looked
almost identical to the Buick Regal (which scored 35+ victories in the 1981
thru 1985 seasons), the Cutlass (like the Dodge Mirada) didn't take one
checkered flag, and many teams moved away from it in 1983 to the Regal,
Grand Prix, and restyled Monte Carlo SS. This was a rude awakening to
Oldsmobile, which was getting used to wins on the NASCAR circuit.
The Cutlass Supreme parted mechanical company with the rest of the Cutlass
line in 1982, when continuing high sales convinced GM to continue
production of its rear wheel drive mid-size cars alongside the new
V6-powered, front-wheel drive A-body, known as the Cutlass Ciera. The
rear-wheel drive sedan and Cutlass Cruiser wagon became part of the Cutlass
Supreme line in 1982. The wagon was dropped for 1984 as a new Cutlass
Ciera-based model was introduced.
The Hurst/Olds reappeared on the Cutlass Calais coupe for two years, first
in 1983 as the black over silver 15th anniversary, and then as the silver
over black 1984 model. Both featured chrome wheels, red striping and a high
output Oldsmobile 307 V8 with 4 barrel carburetor, dual muffler Exhausts and Hurst's then new three stick
Lightning Rods shifter (the latter eventually becoming a magnet for
thieves.) All Hurst/Olds were automatics.
Authentic 1970 Olds 442 W-30 For Sale CA
For Sale: A Real 1970 Olds 442 4-Speed W-30, (Not a Clone):
Offered here is a full frame-off Concourse Rotisserie 442 restoration which
was completed in June 2011. Less than 1,200 miles have been put on the car
since restoration. Car is correct ebony black with gold stripes and the
interior is gold with bucket seats and console. The car still has its
original numbers matching drive train which was completely restored back to
correct factory specifications. All factory markings were meticulously
reproduced along with numerous factory assembly line markings and part
identification tags. The car still has its original build sheet and an
exact reproduction of the original "Window Sticker" was produced and
applied like it was at the dealership. Numerous additional assembly
manuals, dealer brochures, and other miscellaneous related memorabilia will
be sold with the car.
This car was one of the feature cars in the Velocity Channel series
"American Icon, the Muscle Car" and a copy of the episode will go with the
car. Since completion, this car has won many awards including three "Best
of Show" awards, the First Annual Joe Mondello/D. Dale Smith Memorial Award
at the 2011 OCA National Meet in Reno Nevada and was selected as one of the
finalists for the 2012 "Good-Guys Muscle Car of the Year Award".
For additional information, please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924
Hot Rod Magazine 1984 Project Car-Junk Yard Dog-1969 Cutlass S.avi
The Real Deal: Back in 1984, Marlan Davis, Tech Editor for Hot Rod
magazine, wanted to do a feature on building up an inexpensive Street/Strip
warrior utilizing a 1969 Cutlass S as the foundation for an A-body and
equipping it with a basic Big Block engine for power.
They obtained a one-owner Rocket 350 two barrel equipped Cutlass S (Power
Disc Brake and Power Steering, air-conditioning equipped) they found
locally in California, and removed the small block as well as the
Oldsmobile specific 12 bolt rear differential, along with the
In the September 1984 issue, they covered the construction of a 1968 F-2
high nickel content Rocket 455 big block, equipped with the high performing
"C" casting cylinder heads, and layed in a "N" nodular iron crankshaft.
They installed a Crane camshaft with a tremendous duration, at 314 degrees
gross duration. This cam allowed a fairly high compression, yet enough
overlap to make it run on the poor gas of the eighties without detination.
The car itself was modified to accept the fresh engine, as well as a feshly
rebuilt Chevelle 12 Bolt rear end sporting a 4:10 ratio gearset. The
October issue detailed the remaining modifications, and the basic all white
paint job. Then it was off to the strip for testing/timing. This project
car was nicknamed "The Junkyard Dog"-attributing to the fact that you could
build a 12 second street/strip car for cheap, using salvage yard cores and
desirable parts (available readily back in 1984-good luck NOW)
Marlan Davis kept the car for a few years himself, further making
modifications that included Dick Gouldstrand and HO Racing suspension, to
go canyon racing against the unsuspecting Porsches, while in the hills of
When I purchased the car, it was fairly well equipped, now sporting Hooker
Competition Headers, MSD Ignition system, Moroso Oil Accumulator, a shift
kit-equipped TH700R4 with a Corvette Torque Converter, as well as a Black
with SS stripe paint job, a real W-25 option 1969 Hurst Olds 3 piece Rear
Wing and updated interior.
I replaced the cracked Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold with a new clear
powder-coated Edelbrock "Torker" Manifold, replaced the cracked "C" Heads
with freshly rebuilt ones, replaced the ill-fated (TV Cable was missing)
Transmission with a pro-built TH-400 coupled to a new 3400 RPM stall
Converter, installed a new Driveshaft to tie the TH-400 to the 12 Bolt
rear, and completely rebuilt the brakes, electrical system (only one
external light functioned) and Trick-Kit modified the big Holley 4160
This thing launched Hard!