Misc. Olds Cutlass &
442-related Collectibles

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related collectibles for the '67 Cutlass/442, please contact me.


The 442 made its debut late in the 1964 model year to compete with Pontiac's hot-selling GTO.



NOTE: The items shown on this page are for visual reference only...to show you what
is available. OLDSmobility.com does NOT sell any of these displayed collectibles.

Hurst "Hairy" Olds
in 1/18 Die-Cast!

The "Hairiest" Drag Car Ever!

The world's wildest drag racing vehicle was the title assigned to the revolutionary twin-engined, supercharged, Olds-powered, four-wheel drive, Hurst "Hairy" Olds.

Precision-crafted in 1/18 scale die-cast metal, the Highway 61 Collectibles™ Hurst "Hairy" Olds captures all the exciting details of the original.

Enjoy this first look sneak peak at what is surely going to be the big "Hairy" deal in die-cast for summer!


© Photo courtesy of FF Ertl III, Inc

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4-4-2 Announced

Highway 61 Collectibles™ announces release of the 1:18 scale 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4-4-2 in July of 2002.

Available in both 4-4-2 and 4-4-2 W30 versions, all the features of the originals will be faithfully reproduced in 1:18 scale die-cast metal on these models.

Look for more Highway 61 Collectibles™ Muscle Cars to be announced here or look for them at your favorite die-cast retailer.


© Photo courtesy of FF Ertl III, Inc

The red '67 442 pictured above was based entirely on a car owned by Mike & Barb Siedlik who reside close to me in eastern Nebraska. Mike reports The Ertl company came down and took a total of 644 pictures of his car in October 2001 to base this diecast on. He forwarded the following pics, which illustrate the very tedious and meticulous measuring and photographing process by the company, which will ensure accurate scale on the finished pieces.
(Click on each thumbnail to enlarge.)

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1967 Olds 442 W-30 model
by Lindberg

Kit No. 72171 - 1/25 scale

An earlier version of the kit.

Hurst Hairy Olds Funny Car Monogram kit from '67
1/24 scale ~
Kit #PC175

This kit was also re-issued in the early 1990s as part of the Monogram SSP series.

For more information about the Hurst Hairy Olds exhibition dragster, the most famous '67 Olds Cutlass of all time, piloted by "Gentleman Joe" Schubeck, go to the

Hurst Hairy Olds page

or read The Hairy Hurst Olds Story
at The Oldsmobile Club of America website.

<< This panel is flipped over        for easier viewing.

This is the original '67 Monogram release of the above model kit. The model included is the same, but the box measures 12" x 7" x 2.25".airy Olds Hurst Hairy Olds Hurst Hairy Olds Hurst Hairy Olds

Linda Vaughn "Miss Hurst" Hurst Hairy Olds Funny Car
Revell/Monogram kit re-released in 1998
KIT # 85-2564

This is a limited edition kit (1 of 10,000)

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This kit comes with a hand-painted figure of 'Miss Hurst' Linda Vaughn and a large 4-speed shifter replica.

The '67 Hurst Hairy Olds is even produced as a diecast collectible, featured as one of 4 cars in the 1998 Show Stoppers series by Johnny Lightning. It included a 'wheelie-bar' for display purposes.

...and here are the 2000 Johnny Lightning releases of the Hurst Hairy Olds!
This car is #1 (of a series of 6)  in the 2000 JL Hurst Muscle Car Collection. These are 1/64 versions of the Hurst Hairy Olds release, each with "White Lightning" white letter "Real Rider" tires, Pro-Circuit wheels on a White chassis, and each with a different bonus trading card featuring the lovely Linda Vaughn, Miss Hurst Golden Shifter. (The other 5 cars in this series include: Hurst Hemi Under Glass, 1969 Hurst Olds, 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler, 1974 Hurst Olds,  and 1972 Hurst Olds.)

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Johnny Lightning Christmas Holiday 2000 Muscle Ornaments

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Item #156-00

Here's a complete set of the Christmas Holiday 2000 Muscle Ornaments from Johnny Lightning. There are twelve individual muscle cars in the set. Each car has a die-cast metal body and chassis, and life-like "rubber" tires - Plus these cars include a specially-designed "gripclip" that snaps onto the car and lets you hang it as an ornament on your Christmas tree. They include the following:

  • '65 Chevy (green)
  • '67 Olds Cutlass (violet)
  • '67 GTO (red)
  • '68 Chevelle (purple)
  • '70 Dart (fuchsia)
  • '70 'Cuda (blue)
  • '70 Rebel (silver)
  • '70 Challenger (gold)
  • '70 Torino (orange)
  • '71 GTO (aqua)
  • '71 Demon (meadow green)
  • '73 Charger (light blue)

The '67 Olds version is based on the original 1998 Hurst Hairy Olds diecast (obvious by the additional rear-mounted engine.)

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This great-looking car is from the 1995 Johnny Lightning Muscle Cars USA-4 series

Other 1:64 scale cars in this series include:

  • 1964 Pontiac GTO
  • 1967 Pontiac Firebird
  • 1967 Mercury Cougar
  • 1970/71 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler
  • 1969 Chevy Nova

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Collector card from the Premier Edition
of the Road Warrior Series.

The card measures approximately 2 1/2" tall by 3 1/2" wide and has a color photo of the car on the front with an abbreviated list of stats/specs printed on the back.

The stats, however, are erroneous. It lists 'triple carbs' as an available option, which is not true. A GM mandate came down in late '66 stating that no '67 A-bodies would be allowed to have the "triple deuce" setup...unfortunately for Olds fans!


Misc. Collectibles




Remember the '60s and all the gas wars and the radical muscle cars? Wow, it was a time when everyone wanted a tiger in their tank and a pair of dice hanging from the rearview mirror...COOL!

This is exactly what you need to set off that old hotrod or musclecar's rear-view mirror. I believe that Exxon gave these out with a full tank of gas in the late sixties.

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