1967 A-Body Oldsmobile
Owner's Registry

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NEWEST ADDITION:
added 3-6-03


Eric Brubakken - '67 Cutlass

Keith Forbes - '67 442

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Alan Agauas
Walled Lake, MI 48390

1967 442
Car was built in the 3rd week of September, 1966 at the Fremont, CA plant. The color is Burgundy Mist with a black interior. Options include power steering, power brakes, air conditioning and a 3.42 posi, of 3079, '67 442 convertibles, 1185 have a 4spd, as does mine. How many have a bench seat?

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"Junie" and Peggy Allgeier
Bardstown, Kentucky

1967 Cutlass
"Junie" and Peggy Allgeier own this beautiful 1967 Cutlass. The body-off restoration took five months. It was completed in 1984 with the help of relatives and friends. The car refuses to be trailored and is driven to shows and cruises. The Allgeier's trophy-winning car has been seen in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee and throughout Kentucky. Equipment includes factory air-conditioning, PS, PB, "Tick-Tach-Tock" instrument panel, dual speakers, AM radio, original dual rear-view mirrors, and SSI wheels. The engine displaces 330 CI with a 4 barrel carburetor and factory duals. The engine has been balanced with a mild cam and the heads are ported and polished. "Junie" and Peggy love taking the Cutlass on cruises to small town U.S.A. "Junie" is one of the mainstays of the "Whiskey City Cruisers".

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Jason Ante

1967 442
This is my 442.  I recently bought it in March of 1998.  It's not a numbers-matching car.  I bought it as a hobby car and something to cruise around in.   Before I bought it, it received a paint job (not original color) and the SSII wheels.  It has some parts out of 2 different years of 442/Cutlass besides '67.   The engine is a 1970 455 ultra high compression engine (10.5:1) topped with a 1966 Tri-Power.  It also has a rebuilt Street/Strip TH-400 transmission with 2500 stall converter sending power back to the 3:55 10-bolt posi rear end.  It has 4-wheel drum brakes and custom dual exhaust.

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Paul Arena
Staten Island, NY

1967 Cutlass
Here is a photo of my first car, a 1967 Cutlass Holiday Coupe. I bought this car back in 1986 at Spring Carlisle when I was 18 years old. At that time, it was painted "Resale Red" and had just over 70,000 miles on it. In 1994, I had it repainted Spanish Red and took it to the AACA Spring Meet in Montoursville, PA where it won a Third Junior. In April of 2000, it went back to the body shop to be brought to its original color, Gold Iridescent. Complete with Parchment interior and Dark Saddle carpet, new SSI wheels and redlines, it's ready for this year's AACA Fall Meet at Hershey.

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Steve Bicker

1967 Olds 442
This car was originally bought as a parts car for another 67 442 I was doing (which still isn’t done yet). When I got the car here from New Mexico it was a numbers matching 442 and was in pretty good shape. It didn’t make sense to split it apart as a parts car! Someone had started to restore it but had other projects to do so was sold to me. I did a nose off restoration. The sheet metal was pretty good but had it share of dings and dents that 166,000 miles had dealt it. I painted it the original Saffron Yellow with black bucket seat interior. I also rebuilt the suspension, resealed the engine and transmission, added red line tires to the super stock 1 wheels and have enjoyed it since 1989.

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Peter Bliesner

1967 Cutlass Supreme
This is a picture of my 1967 Cutlass Supreme. I purchased it in 1993. Future Plans include a new paint job and engine bay detail. It has the High Compression 330 with the 2-speed Auto.

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J. Blusnavage

1967 442 Convertible
Here is a picture for your registry. The car has a 425 eng with dual 500-cfm Carter carbs and has run the quarter-mile in 12.10 sec. Its a 4-spd car and I have all the original equipment if I want to return it to stock someday.

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Ron Bodner

1967 442 Post Coupe
I bought this car in 1997. It was 95% restored in 1992 and almost never driven! The previous owner had swapped the 400 block for a 455 but the car had "no guts" due to poor rebuild so I started over from scratch using another 455 block from a '70 442 (verified numbers!). The engine was built largely to Mondello specs. and sports a lot of his parts. The "E" heads are pocket ported and polished, put on a custom flowed (916 cfm) Holly carb., Crower (.502 lift) cam, Edlebrock Torquer single plane manifold, all Accel ignition on HEI custom curved, Holly electric fuel pump, ARP studs and rod bolts, forged pistons (9.5: 1) in 30 over block, fully balanced, Miloden 8 qt. oil pan, Thorley headers to 2 1/2" exhaust with Flo-Pro mufflers. Trans is a Turbo 400 with Hurst Shift Kit, B&M pan, Hurst line locks, Permacool trans cooler and controlled with Hurst Dual Gate II shifter. Currently running Stange 4:11 posi. axle hooked to BF Goodrich 275/60-15" Drag Radials on Centerline convo. pro rims, Air Lift coil bags, trunk mounted HD battery.

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Eric Brubakken    
(added 3-6-03)

1967 Cutlass
This Cutlass has been in my family since it was purchased new in August of 1967.  It was originally a 'Turnpike Cruiser', but has undergone some changes since my mother picked the car off of the showroom floor at J.M. Taylor Oldsmobile in South Gate, California.  It was given to me when I went into the U.S. Air Force in 1973 and I used it as my daily transportation until the summer of 1978.  This vehicle has not been restored...repainted, but not restored.

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Peter Bruner

1967 Cutlass Supreme Convertible
This is me with my 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible. I've removed and stored the original 330 cubic inch engine and dropped in a 1969 Oldsmobile 455 cubic-inch 365-horsepower motor. The transmission is a "Super Turbine 300" 2-speed automatic.

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Mike C

1967 Cutlass Supreme
I just bought a '67 Cutlass Supreme Holiday Coupe this December '99 (a little Christmas present to myself) for $1500, it's all original with 64,000 miles on it. It has a 330 hi-compression engine, bucket seats, console 2 speed automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. It was built in Michigan. It's straight and runs great! I'm gonna use it as a daily driver as I restore it.

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Shannon Cahill

1967 442
Here's a picture of my 1967 Olds 442. It has the original 400 motor and 400 trans, Its has black paint, black vinyl top and black interior. The motor has been rebuilt and bored .030 over and a high lift cam installed. It has the stock intake manifold but the carb has been replaced with a Holley 750cfm vacuum secondary carb. I am a member of the OCA and the Gem City Rockets and am looking forward to seeing everybody in Lansing this year.

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Mike Carpenter

1967 Cutlass Convertible
This is "Trigger". The story goes something like this...its late 1966 and my dad and his wife were just getting on their feet enough to buy their first new car. They were very taken with the Oldsmobiles, especially the Cutlass. After some persuasion, it was decided they would get the convertible...in triple blue. After going to Key Oldsmobile they ordered a triple-blue Cutlass convertible. In June of 1991, I received a call from my father declaring "son, do you want the Cutlass?" I slowly did a "driving" restoration, fixing things and cleaning it up a little at a time. I also added options like vacuum trunk release and air conditioning, from parts I happened to find at the local boneyard. This winter I took it off the frame and got down and dirty...and I hope to get Trigger back on the road by summer. [This picture] was at our first car show.

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Chris Cascarella
1967 Cutlass Supreme
[added Jan. 06, 2002]

You have a great site. This is my '67 Cutlass Supreme. I bought it a month ago from it's 2nd owner for $2200. It runs and drives like a dream but needs some bodywork. It was in a fender-bender and the front bumper is dented. There is some water getting in through the rear window and settling in the trunk and the backseat floorboards. It has the 330 Jetfire, Quadrajet 4 bbl, automatic transmission and single exhaust combination. The stock wheel covers are in good condition. The AM/FM radio has light but doesn't work, nor does the factory A/C. Aside from the warped and moldy package tray and some bad rugs, the interior is in great shape. Bucket seats are separated by a console and floor shifter. The paint isn't bad and all the trim is accounted for but there are some small but bad rust spots, around the rear window, 1/4 panel and fender areas. I'm thinking about what the next project will be. 

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Jim Chermack

1967 442 W-30 Track Pack
I purchased my 67 W-30 Track Pack car from the original owner just last year. He bought it while he was working for a local Olds dealer who sponsored him racing and gave him a new W-30 every year. The order for the 67 he selected was delayed and this car was taken off the lot and fully converted at the dealer in January 67. It was raced for a full year, and then retired when his new 68 W-30 came in. After a dismal month of trying to get the 68 to run hard, the owner gave up and brought the 67 back to finish the racing season. The color is Antique Pewter with a black interior. It has it's correct E block 400 that now has 11.5:1 Arias racing pistons (full floating pins), Comp Cams 292H cam, billet timing set, C heads (original ported & polished) oversized Stainless valves, main cap straps & studs, and was balanced and blueprinted. Some other neat options are M-21 4 spd w/console, SSI's, Rally Pac, 4.33:1 anti-spin, AM/FM Stereo, power antenna, tilt, and front shoulder belts. I put the red fender wells in for my personal tastes.

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Matt Cook

1967 Cutlass convertible
Here is my '67 Olds L6 convertible. The color is Crystal Blue. It has a black top, blue two-tone interior and front bench seats. The car was in bad shape when I got it. I am restoring it for myself to drive to high school and carshows. This is a picture of where I bought it from.

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Tony Cook

1967 442 convertible
Here is our 67 442 convertible. It has PS, AC, PB, PW, power antenna, power bucket seat, AM/FM, console, TH-400 ,SS1, tissue dispenser, clock, vacuum trunk release, original window sticker, and remote driver's mirror. This car was bought in 1998.

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Brian Crosson

1967 Cutlass
This is my 67 Cutlass. It was purchased about 9 months ago for $500 and was not running. It was still the old gold color with primered spots on it. The top had primer overspray on it so I recently just removed it. I have not got a lot done yet but hope to have more done soon. This is my first project car so it will probably take more time than I expect.

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Dan
St. Louis, MO

1967 442
Excellent Web Site! I have owned my 442 since 1980. it was my High School Car. Options Include: P/S, P/B, A/C, AM-FM, 4spd & one rare option The K66 for $100.00 extra. It consisted of a CDI ignition system with a red coil & red distributor cap. I love this car ! I have restored it twice & the last resto was completed in 1999. Frame off this time.

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Michael Daugherty

1967 Cutlass convertible
This Cutlass was a celebrity car that I purchased in Beverly Hills recently. I have some work to do to it, but not a lot. I am thoroughly enjoying it and I had no idea what thrills my Dad had in his 442 as a teen. He always told me about his rubber laying adventures, but I really couldn't relate, until now. Now I know what Olds' are all about. What a great car the Oldsmobile is.

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Derral
Oregon

1967 442 W-30 convertible
Derral is a member of the 442 Club of Oregon. This pic was taken at the Portland Roadster Show.

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Keith Dickson

1967 Cutlass Supreme (442 clone)
This project was started in 1989. I bought two 1967 442's and a Cutlass Supreme hardtop and started to piece the best of each into one. This was definitely not meant to be a 100-point restoration, just a toy to just play with and do some cruising and a little weekend bracket-racing, and possibly an occasional drive-in car show. I pulled a 455 out of a 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado and it became the heart and soul of this machine. I am currently in the process of doing a complete frame-off restification.

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Doug
added August 11, 2002

1967 442
This picture was taken at a concourse show in Cincinnati, OH. This '67 442 was one of four made by the dealer to race competitively with other factory race cars. Since the 442 was a factory production the modifications were allowed on these cars. The mods are: W-30 option, and Hurst options which Hurst installed include a '68 Toronado 455 with automatic and 4:11 posi rearend. After the government caught this it was stopped. I have another Hurst-equipped '67 which belongs to my uncle that was bought in '71. My car has only 23K actual miles. Will send pictures of seven other '67 442s that belong to my family. This car has won many first and second place olds trophies. Hope you enjoy this piece of history.

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Chris Edens
Cuyahoga Falls OH
added Feb. 17, 2003

1967 Cutlass
I've owned my Holiday Coupe for 18 yrs. It was originally a 330-2bbl but now has a '69 W-30 468ci with ported C heads, W-30 cam, 850 Demon, Pertronics ignition, TH400 trans with a 3500 stall Dynamic converter. and 3.55 gears. The car weighs 3400 lbs and runs low 12s at 110mph.

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John Edmonds

1967 Cutlass  Supreme Convertible
This is my 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible. It has the high-compression 330 V8 and the two speed automatic. Future plans include a new paint job, and replacing the 330/Jetaway combination with a 455/TH350 duo.

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Tom Ericksen

1967 Cutlass Supreme
One of my three Olds, this is a 67' Cutlass Supreme. I located this car in search for a vehicle to drive in the winter. I ran a want ad looking for an older Cutlass or F-85. One evening on a weekend I got a phone call from a guy who had one sitting in his corn crib. I took a look, and it was in very good original shape, with the 330 cubic inch engine, bucket seats, and a floor console. I purchased the car, gave it a real good cleaning up, for the fact that it had some cat prints and bird droppings on it. The four barrel carb also got a rebuild. Tweety (it's name) runs great, she is a Saffron yellow. I hope all of you enjoyed my story, I hope to see all of you at some Oldsmobile shows.

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Robert Eye
Genoa, Ohio

1967 442
I went with a 1970 Olds 442 W-30 engine that had been rebuilt and bored .030 over and had a high performance cam and some other Mondello suggestions added to its list of parts. After assembling the rest of the car including the interior, I ran her the summer of my junior year and drove her to school. I blew 3 TH400s with the 500+ ft/lbs of torque from the 455. The car still required a louvered hood, emblems, rechromed bumpers, a new windshield , mirrors, trim and a paint job. Since then I have acquired most of these parts at the Oldsmobile Centennial Fest in Lansing and installed all of the previous items this winter. Since then I have also had it painted torch red and had the 455 redone. The 442 has cost me about $7,000 and I wouldn't sell her for a million.

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Keith Forbes
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada    
(added 3-6-03)

1967 442
I've had this car for just about 15 years now. Running gear was completely rebuilt Spring 2000. My buddy/mechanic said the car has come this far, so let's make it shiny. The phrase of the following months was GO BIG OR GO HOME  and still echoes loudly from time to time. The car was originally completely black and looked pretty straight with only the usual bubbles appearing under the vinyl roof and around back windows. The decision was made to remove the vinyl and if inspection at this time proved to be bad to do some cosmetics and replace. Rust was basically surface with a few pinholes and we were off. Out came the aircraft stripper, moldings chrome stainless all removed. Its amazing what some good body work and paint can hide. Still with the war chant GO BIG OR GO HOME, work commenced until all that remained were the body bolts. Car body and frame all sandblasted and primed with Endura should never rust in a life time. The car has a 400 engine with a mild cam, Edelbrock intake, Holley 750 double-pumper, M21 4-speed, and 3.72 posi. Some upgrades include front disc conversion and 15x7" and 15x8" SS1 wheels, 235&275 60 tires, an MSD ignition & a quick-ratio steering box. I did not cheap out on any part of this car, as my wife will verify any time she is asked!

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Carl Fuhr

1967 Cutlass Supreme
This is my baby 'Red Ryder' after it went through some major changes, if you know what I mean. I bought it a year ago and its my pride and joy. It has for now a slightly hopped-up 350 that I had installed a month after getting it. The previous owner blew the 330, put a rod through the block and decided that seeing how it wasn't numbers matching anymore he stuck a late model 305.

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Jim Godejohann
California

1967 Cutlass Supreme Convertible
This is my 1967 Cutlass Supreme convertible. Factory A/C, power windows, 330, 2-spd auto with console. This is my only car, which I drive every day in southern California. I have owned this car for approx. 10 yrs and probably will never sell.

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Tim Hall
Rocky Mountain Olds Club

1967 Cutlass

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Bob & Cheryl Handren
Oviedo, FL

1967 442
Bob bought this car new in October 1966 from a Mount Vernon, NY dealer he actually worked for one summer nine years earlier. The car was successfully drag-raced throughout the "muscle car wars" as well as being a daily driver until the early 80's when it was retired with over 200,000 miles on the clock. The car is modified some, because that's the way it was in the 60's and 70's. We never saw a "super stock" car with doggy dish hubcaps and skinny tires. Any driver worth his/her salt had headers, ignition, cam, carb, wheels, tires etc. Modifications were the norm, not the exception. The restoration craze has reversed that ratio. We like ours modified, although all the stock pieces are safely stored for any subsequent owner. The car is not for sale.

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Neil Harris

1967 Cutlass
The car has been in the family since the year it was produced. I restored the care the first time in 1986 and drove it until 1994. In 1998 I pulled it out of semi-storage and began a completely new restoration on it. I'm very proud of her. Still working on her. Since I deviated from OEM, I played with her this time. She now has the 330 cid HO bored .020, a 350 auto with shift kit, dual exhaust w/ turbo mufflers, new carpet, hat shelf, headliner, upholstery (black/grey/white), American Racing Wheels with 235/60R/15 tires. It has a new carb, distributor and plugs/wires. I repainted her with epoxy primer, the body has 2 coats white base with 3 coats polyurethane clearcoat . The roof has 5 coats single-stage blackbase/clear with 3 coats of polyurethane clearcoat I'm very proud of her. Still working on her. Right now, she has over 241,000 miles on her and still going strong! My daily driver and head turner!

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Mike Herron
Aurora, IL

1967 442
This '67 442 is a numbers-matching car with 53,000 original miles. The car is absolutely perfect! The car has never been repainted or restored. The car looks just like it came off the showroom floor. The Cragar rims were obviously not stock but they are original from that period! The car has the 400 cid small block with the Rochester Quadrajet 4barrel and a 400 turbo trans and original Hurst Mr. T shifter. The car came with the famous Rally Pac gauge package...everything works perfectly except of course the clock! What makes this car rare is the fact that it is a post coupe with rear drum and front disc brakes. That of course meant that stock red line tires had the 14 inch hubcaps as apposed to the Super Sport wheels. I have added a few minor performance parts and Hooker Super Comp headers to the car! I want to keep it period correct but still have some fun. The car produces 420 HP and 495 lb/ft torque. This car is perfect for cruising to shows or beating up the local kids in their sport compacts! Thanks for the great site...

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Julian Hilton
Concord, NC 28207

1967 442
This car is all original from paint to top. The car has AC, PB, AM/FM radio, tilt wheel, console auto, all equipment is original and the only work done to the engine has been a water pump replacement. This car is a very fun drive. This car is all original from paint to top.

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Steve Holland
added August 11, 2002

1967 Cutlass convertible
1967 Cutlass Convertible 330-320hp, auto, PS, PB, power top, SSI wheels, 86K miles. Red because the owner of 24 years before me hated yellow. The original color is Saffron Yellow w/black interior and top. I will be going back to the original color someday as I have a 1967 Cutlass Supreme hdtp 442, 4-spd car that is the Springtime Special. Saffron Yellow w/ yellow interior. I have it apart for a redo now so no pictures, but I hope to have a nice looking matched set. In fact I have everything to make my convertible a 442 clone which I will do when I repaint it. I donít want to fool anyone, I just think it would look cool to have both cars match except for the interior.

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Bob Juzwiak
Port St. Lucie, Florida
[added August 30, 2002]

1967 442 convertible
This
is a photo of my '67 442 convertible. The car underwent a complete two-year-long frame-off and was finally completed in 1999. The car has won it's AACA Jr., AACA Sr., been nominated for the National Competition for the AACA, took the Best Olds the past two years at BOPC meet in Orlando and many other regional awards. I must admit the car is stunning. Every nut and bolt is new and correct.  It is heavily optioned with 4-speed, console, RallyPac, PS, PB, power windows, power antenna, power top, air-conditioning, tilt wheel, tinted windows, power trunk release, headrests and reclining passenger seat. But the most striking is the color combination: TRIPLE SAFFRON.

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Nick Kashis

1967 Cutlass Holiday coupe
I bought my 67 Holiday Coupe Cutlass 5 years ago from an elderly couple. The car was in excellent shape. It was originally a light yellow color with gold top and yellow interior,  and is now House of Colors Candy Burgundy with black interior. It's powered by a '70 455 with TRW forged 9.6:1 pistons, "E" heads with 3-angle valve job and Crane roller rockers. I had a Torker intake on it but I never could get it to seal properly so I used a stock 4bbl intake off a 76 Delta with a Holley 750 vacuum secondary carb, Crane cam .520 lift,  crank and rods are from PAW, and Hooker Super Comp headers with aluminized 2 1/2 in. exhaust with Flowmasters. The transmission is a TCI-built TH400 with 2800-stall converter and a Quicksilver ratchet shifter. The rear is the stock 12-bolt Olds rear with 3:08 gears. The wheels are Weld Rodlites 15x8 rear and 15x7 front.

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Cato Kvernes
Norway

1967 442
Engine: Blueprinted 400 cid with 425 H/O heads. Some of my options: PS, PB, tinted glass, anti-spin rear axle, tic-toc-tach. I have a front bench, and after decoding my cowl tag I could see that the car was originally delivered with it. Many thanks to Terje Larsen from Norway who helped me decoding my car.

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Terje K. Larsen
Norway

1967 Cutlass Supreme Holiday coupe
I found (and bought) my Olds at Hot Rod and High Performance Swap Meet and Car Show, Long Beach Veteran Memorial Stadium in LA, USA on December 8, 1996. I drove the car some days until the brakes broke down (in the rain downtown LA). Then I shipped it home to Norway in Europe were I live. Back here in Norway I have started to restore the car and hop to drive it in the summer of 1999. I have rebuild the brakes and welded some rust. The lower part of the windshield and rear window had rusted so the water came in. The result was some rust in the floor. I have replaced the front passenger and drivers floor. The drivers side rear fender had also been changed and not so nice replaced, so I had to cut it loose and re-weld it.

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