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'67 Oldsmobile A-Body
Production Specifications

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QuikFact :
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exactly what you have:

  • 2 doors, no center post - Holiday Coupe
  • 2 doors, center post - Sports Coupe (or F-85 Club Coupe)
  • 4 doors, no center post - Holiday Sedan
  • 4 doors, center post - Town Sedan
There has been some confusion on the Oldsmobile bodystyle designations, since they don't follow the standard "sedan=post" and "coupe=hardtop (no post)". For Oldsmobile's purposes, 4-door cars are Sedans, 2-door cars are coupes. And one other note worth mentioning...a popular Olds parts vendor's catalog shows many references to a "442 Club Coupe". There were NO such cars. They are erroneously referring to the Sports Coupe as a Club Coupe. It's an understandable mistake, since the F-85 Club Coupe Model 3307 was basically a stripped-down Sports Coupe...but the 442 Performance Package was not available on the F-85 Club Coupe. The Performance Package was only available on the Cutlass Supreme line.
F-85

The F-85 continued to be the base series for the F-85 group, but Olds intermediate buyers were ordering more luxury with their cars and Cutlass models became more popular. This year just three basic F-85's were offered with either the L-head six-cylinder or a Rocket V-8 for power. (For more information about available models, refer to the 1967 Model Identification page.) Standard equipment for this series included: vinyl floor covering; seat belts; electric windshield wipers; heater/defroster and backup lights. Standard tire size was 7.75 x 14 inches. Interiors could be ordered in either cloth or vinyl.

F-85 I.D. Numbers

Engine Numbers had the prefix letter code 'F', 'W', or 'V'.
A letter code in the Vehicle Identification Number (V.I.N.) indicated city where the car was assembled:

A - Atlanta, Georgia
B - Baltimore, Maryland
C - South Gate, California
G - Framingham, Massachusetts
K - Kansas City, Missouri

L - Linden, New Jersey
M - Lansing, Michigan
T - Arlington, Texas
Z - Fremont, California
F-85 Series
Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type and Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Production Total
F-85 67-3307 2-dr Club Coupe - 6 Pass. $2,410 2,965 lbs. 12,049
F-85 67-3369 4-dr Sedan - 6 Pass. $2,457 3,015 lbs 7,584
F-85 67-3335 4-dr Station Wagon - 6 Pass. $2,749 3,200 lbs 4,376

F-85 Series Engines

Base Six
  • Inline 6 cylinder
  • Displacement - 250 cubic inches
  • Compression ratio - 8.5 to 1
  • Seven main bearings
  • Carburetor - Rochester Model BV one-barrel
  • cast iron block
  • Overhead valves
  • Bore and stroke - 3 7/8 x 3.53 inches
  • Brake horsepower - 155 @ 4200 RPM
  • Hydraulic valve lifters
Base V-8
  • V-8, 330 cubic inches
  • Cast iron block
  • Bore and stroke - 3.9385 x 3.385
  • Brake horsepower - 250 @ 4800 RPM
  • Hydraulic valve lifters
  • Overhead valves
  • Compression ratio - 9 to 1
  • Five main bearings
  • Carburetor - Rochester 2GC two-barrel

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Cutlass

The fancier version of the F-85, the Cutlass had now attained series status of its own and began a climb that would take it to the most popular nameplate for a U.S.-built car. Either six-cylinder or V-8 power could be had in any of five Cutlass models. (For more information about available models, refer to the 1967 Model Identification page.) Upholstery was in either cloth or vinyl. Standard equipment on the Cutlass models included: carpeting; courtesy lamps; chrome molding package; foam seat cushions and DeLuxe steering wheel. Standard tire size was 7.75 x 14 inches.

Cutlass series I.D. Numbers: See 1967 F-85 Series I.D. Numbers above.

Cutlass series

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Production Total
Cut 67-3517 2-dr Holiday Coupe
6 Pass.
$2,574 2,965 lbs 12,049
Cut 67-3567 2-dr Convertible
6 Pass.
$2,770 3,145 lbs 4,337
Cut 67-3569 4-dr Town Sedan
6 Pass.
$2,552 3,054 lbs 31,281
Cut 67-3539 4-dr Holiday Sedan
6 Pass.
$2,683 3,074 lbs 7,988
Cut 67-3535 4-dr Station Wagon
6 Pass.
$2,848 3,200 lbs 4,376

Cutlass Series Engines: See 1967 F-85 Series engine data above.

Cutlass Supreme

Another new series for Olds this year came with the Cutlass Supreme, introduced as just a single model the previous year. The Supreme was the only series in which the popular 4-4-2 and the high-mileage Turnpike Cruising option could be ordered. Five models were offered in this top-of-the-line, F-85-based range. (For more information about available models, refer to the 1967 Model Identification page.) Standard equipment consisted of: DeLuxe arm rests; carpeting; courtesy lamp package; special molding group; foam seats and DeLuxe steering wheel. Upholstery was done in either vinyl or cloth. Standard tire size was 7.75 x 14 inches.

Cutlass Supreme series I.D. Numbers: See 1967 F-85 Series I.D. Numbers above.

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Production Total
CS 67-3807 2-dr Sport Coupe
6 Pass.
$2,694 3,140 lbs 18,256
CS 67-3867 2-dr Convertible
6 Pass.
$3,067 3,385 lbs 10,897
CS 67-3869 4-dr Town Sedan
6 Pass.
$2,726 3,262 lbs 8,346
CS 67-3839 4-dr Holiday Sedan
6 Pass.
$2,900 3,284 lbs 22,571
CS 67-3817 2-dr Holiday Coupe
6 Pass.
$2,831 3152 lbs 57,858
Chassis Features
  • Wheelbase: F-85 / Cutlass / Cutlass Supreme - 115 inches
  • Overall Length: F-85 / Cutlass / Cutlass Supreme - 204.2 inches
  • Front tread: F-85 / Cutlass / Cutlass Supreme - 58 inches
  • Rear tread: F-85 / Cutlass / Cutlass Supreme - 59 inches
Powertrain Options
  • The 4-4-2 option was available only on the Cutlass Supreme Series. It consisted of a special 400 cubic-inch, 350-horsepower engine and special redline tires, special handling package and 4-4-2 emblems.
  • Three-speed manual transmission was standard.
  • Automatic transmission ( $236)
  • Three-speed manual floor-shift transmission ($84)
  • Four-speed manual floor-shift transmission ($184)
  • Wide-ratio four-speed manual transmission with floor shift ($184)
  • V-8 330 cubic inch 310-horsepower Jetfire engine ($33)
  • V-8 330 cubic inch 320-horsepower Jetfire engine ($33)
  • High Energy Ignition ($100)
  • Air Induction Package ($33)
  • Positive traction rear axle ($42) - Axle ratios: 2.41, 2.73, 2.78, 2.93, 3.08, 3.21, 3.23, 3.42, 3.55, 3.55, 3.90, 3.91.
Convienence Options
Here are some of the most popular add-ons. You can learn more about factory-available options on the Factory Options page.
  • Power brakes ( $104)
  • Air conditioning ($343)
  • Seat shoulder belts ($23)
  • Power trunk lid ($12)
  • Remote control outside mirror ($8)
  • Cruise Control ($44)
  • Rocket rallye packet instruments ($84)
  • AM/FM radio ($133)
  • Pushbutton AM radio ($64)
  • AM/FM stereo ($238)
  • Cornering lights ($38)
  • Power windows ($104)
  • Power door locks ($44)
  • GT paint stripe ($10)
  • Power steering ($94)
  • Tinted Windshield ($21)
  • Floor mats ($7)
  • Vinyl roof ($84)
  • Sports console ($54)
  • Tilt steering wheel ($24)
  • Electric clock ($35)
  • Rear speaker ($16)
  • Stereo tape player ($124)
  • Tach/clock ($84)
  • Wire wheel discs ($68)
  • Power seats ($94)
  • Rear window defogger ($21)

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