1967 A-Body Oldsmobile
Owner's Registry

71 total entries so far...is YOUR '67 included?

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NOTE: If you have or know of other '67s which could be added to this registry, please e-mail me, with a pic and some info about your car.

NEWEST ADDITIONS:
March 06, 2003

Timothy Zigmont
1967 442

March 10, 2003

Pat Stafford - 1967 442

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Lisa Madsen

1967 Cutlass
I started out in Oldsmobiling with a 1967 Cutlass Supreme Convertible. It had the 330 CID/325 HP motor, a Turbo-350 I put behind it, and stock 10-inch rear end with a set of 3:42:1 Zoom gears. It ran low 14's in the quarter mile. I didn't restrict myself to Oldsmobiles however. I went on to have a '70 Dodge Super Bee and a '70 AMX, a '70 SS-454 Chevelle and a '70 Duster. I later had a '75 Hurst Olds. But I can honestly say I liked my '67 Olds the best.

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Manny
[added Jan. 06, 2002]
1967 F85

I restored it from the ground up and added the 442 option with 455, turbo 400, factory air and tinted glass. The car sits on a convertible chassis with 442 suspension and 15" SSI's. It took 2 years to build and took a first at the Olds National in New Jersey in 2000 with 973 points in the modified class.

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Adam Marshall

1967 Cutlass Convertible
Original 330 cubic-inch "Rocket" engine with original Rochester 2-bbl carb, 2-speed Powerglide transmission, dual exhaust and factory air-conditioning.

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Doug McClanahan

1967 Cutlass Supreme
3 years of work and $15,000 have conspired to produce what I have always wanted. It all started with a rust free 330/2speed Cali car in great shape and only 92,000 miles. It made a squeak one day (air pump) so I disassembled the car all the way down to the fire wall and frame rails. While everything ways out, I gutted the running gear and replaced it with a stock rebuilt, low compression (8.5:1 - for use with regular unleaded) 1972 455 with the little valves. The radiator is a new 4 core unit. The tranny was replaced with a rebuilt TH 400.

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Chad Meadows

1967 Oldsmobile 442

No information available.
This picture obtained from the Lakeshore Assembly Motorsports Oldsmobile page.

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DGModular@aol.com
[added Jan. 06, 2002]

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Car is my primary transportation and drive it most of year. It has a '67 425 with an M21 and is slowly being transformed to a 442. It's more than a car...it seems to be a way of life!! 

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Tim Moose
Bessemer City, NC
[added Jan. 06, 2002]

1967 Oldsmobile 442

After a few weeks of hard work and a ton of paint here is the outcome of the new paint job. I have spent a lot of time restoring her and at this time I'm about 90% complete. I've replaced the interior and rebuilt the 350 Jetfire rocket engine, added an Edelbrock performer intake and 750CFM Edelbrock carb along with a Edelbrock chrome engine dress-up kit. It has twin Flowmasters and Hooker headers. My next project is to replace the the front drum brakes with disc brakes .

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Jarrett Powell
Tulsa, OK
[added Jan. 06, 2002]
1967 442

This is my 442 I pulled out of a barn. It has 101,000 original miles on it. I know it was parked in there 15 years ago because it had been hit by a pickup on the right side. Over the last six months I have hung another right side on it (that's why the hood's off). I rebuilt the brakes, rearend, got it running, and wheels/tires. The interior only needs the front buckets recovered.

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Les Putnam
Goldbar, Washington

[added Aug. 29, 2002]

1967 442 Clone Convertible
I am sending you a photo of my 67 Olds Cutlass Supreme 442 clone convertible. It is crystal blue with a dark blue top, M-21 Muncie 4-speed, 3.08 posi, 455 with Quadrajet which will be replaced with the L-69 tri-power manifold this fall.

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Dave Richter

1967 442 Convertible
It's a 1967 442 convertible 4-speed, it was totally restored, it was a total rust bucket. It now runs low 13s, soon to be high 12s. It has Mondello parts and head work done by me. I am the treasurer of The New England Olds Club.

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Richard Sprague
Tacoma, WA

1967 Cutlass
Here is an "in progress" picture of my '67 Cutlass. I bought this car in 1994 from a junk yard. The engine in it was 350ci Olds. I don't know what year the engine is. The car originally was a 330ci Jetaway car. When it is complete it will have a '73 Buick 455 (Riviera) and TH350. I haven't changed the rear end yet. Its a 2.79? Type-O open differential. The interior needed a major overhaul. Bucket seats, console, and shifter were donated from a '67 Buick Skylark. Real life caught up with me also with the birth of my son and my car has basically been on hold since. I hope to at least have it drivable for this summer.

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Steve

'67 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible
I spent 5 hours polishing the body so it would look as good as those wheels came out. They really add to the look of the car. I installed the dual sport mirrors, and I might install the entire chrome trim which lines the side rockers panels and wheel wells. (If I can find the clips!) I am getting a 2 1/2" dual exhaust made for the car...which i will install after I fit the headers this winter ( they are for a 68-72 350 Olds). Wish me luck! I may need it!

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Mark Schroeder

1967 Cutlass
My '67 Cutlass Holiday was a 330 2 bbl originally with Jetaway trans and 2.73 open rear end. I repainted the car in the original Burgundy Mist and then rebuilt the engine with a 4 bbl intake and larger cam. I then converted the car to a 4 speed (bench seat) and put in a 1970 12 bolt rear end with 3.42 posi. I am still looking for an original shift boot to put around the shifter so I can redo my carpet and interior. Any help would be appreciated.  Future plans are to build a 455 to get the car into the 12 second e.t. range.

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Pat Stafford
Salinas, CA

(added 3-10-03)

This is an original California-built 442. I replaced the original 400 with a 'Mondello-built' 455cid/450hp engine, rebuilt the transmission and added a 2500 stall converter, 15" Cragars, new paint (antique Pewter), all new suspension, reupholstered interior, etc. etc. $25K later, this is what I had...the car I'd would have had if I'd been able to afford it when I was in high school.

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Peter Steidemann
Tulsa OK

1967 Cutlass Supreme


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Dan Stevens
Macedonia, OH

1967 Cutlass Supreme

This was my first car when I turned 16 (1982). A Southern car that was completely stock when purchased. Since then, engine has been slightly modified, body completely restored and painted (used to be blue, now Audi red) by my father (Bob Stevens) who has painted hundreds of cars throughout his life. Not much restoration was needed - only a few dings here and there. Engine is a 330 c.i., 3-speed turbo-hydromatic 350 transmission, factory air, PS, PB. Recently changed the wheels/tires (15" polished aluminum A/R Torque Thrust II's - BFG T/A 225/70/15 & 255/60/15) and had a custom dual exhaust installed with Thrustmaster mufflers. Next, I hope to find a different rear-end with better gear ratios.

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Mark W. Stevens
Washington

1967 Cutlass Supreme
My first Oldsmobile "Carolyn" was a 1967 Cutlass Supreme with a 330 V8, purchased for me in the summer of 1971 by my folks, for painting their house. The picture was taken in 1973/74 after I had "customized" the car with Appliance Smoothie chrome wheels with BFG TA's, and especially notice the red, white and blue "dingle balls" around the rear window.

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Thierry
France

1967 442 convertible
Here is a picture of my 442 convert' from '67. Unfortunately, it's powered by a '67 Buick 430 cid...but it runs great! I've still the original heads from the Olds engine. So I think, a day, to fit it with a 425 or a 455 block..... (It's front power disc, and I'm looking for the  metering valve. If you hear of a company who can help me.... ) See you on the web ! (I dream to going to your country !)

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Mike Walker  
New York

1967 Cutlass
This is my Baby. Bought in April 1989 on my 30th b-day, a present from my wife. This car represents the 5th '67 I've owned over the last 20 + years (including 2 parts cars). I have been working on this car since and just last year "finished" it, if there is such a thing. I rebuilt the 330/320 and polished and painted every bolt in the engine compartment. The only things not original are the clothed insert front seat covering and the T400 I put in last year. Painted 1997 Cutlass Arctic White clear coat and I couldn't bring myself to remove the SSII rims cuz GAWD, they look nice! It sure is a head-turner towing my boat to and around the Finger Lakes here in Upstate NY and I hope to have it for many years to come.

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Mike Walker
New York

1967 Cutlass Supreme
This is a '67 C/S which was factory ordered "Built For Speed". It has the 330/320 with a beefy Comp Cam and FACTORY 4-spd. It needs to be restored and I hope to have it done in 5 years or so (sooner if I win the Lottery). The car has never been touched and I am planning a frame-off on it.

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Joe Willey
Davison, MI
[added Jan. 06, 2002]
1967 Cutlass
This car was started in '97, finished body-off in '99. It is powered by a 1970 455 bored 0.60 over with 10.5:1 forged Ross pistons, steel crank and rods,
Edelbrock Performer RPM, aluminum heads, cam & lifters and topped off with an Offy 360-degree tunnel ram with single 800 CFM Edelbrock carb. Exhaust chores are handled by Hooker headers,12-bolt rear w/3:73 gears. Trans is a T/H 400 with 2,800 stall convertor with Gil Younger shift kit. Over $3,800 in paint materials and $2,800 in engine. This car will cruise all day long and not overheat and runs very well. I have not run it down the 1320 yet but it does run very respectable. (The dog is Samson, the K-9 car alarm!) My first Olds...I love this car! Thanks for such an informative site.

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Joseph Zayas
Pensacola, Florida

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Here is a photo of my 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible which I purchased November 1981 from an ad from an Atlanta, Georgia, antique car dealer in Hemmings. It has a 1969 Rocket 350 V8 engine and TH400 transmission, power steering, brakes, factory, air and am radio. I keep it garaged and drive it only on sunny weekend days here in Pensacola, FL. The car has 128,709 miles on it, and it is a head turner and a pleasure to drive.

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Timothy Zigmont
Berlin, CT

(added 3-6-03)

1967 Oldsmobile 442
This car is the New England Olds Club #1 custom 2001.

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This picture was obtained from the website of the South Sound 442 Club. No ownership information available.

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"The Sturt"

1967 Olds 442 Convertible

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Twin Turbo 1967 Cutlass
This black, 67 Cutlass was spotted at Englishtown Raceway in New Jersey on June 15th. Unfortunately, I couldn't locate the owner to talk to him about the modifications made to the car. Obviously, they are quite extensive. From what I could see, it was an Olds 455 block, E heads with twin turbochargers (non-intercooled) dumping into what appeared to be a stock Olds manifold modified for multi-port fuel injection. The injection setup consisted of two injectors per cylinder, fed from 4 fuel rails. The EFI system was closed-loop, as there were two oxygen sensors plumbed into the system, one on each side, downstream of the turbos. I could see the control box under the dash, but I couldn't make out what manufacturer's it was. This was simply the wildest thing I've ever seen done to an Olds motor. The car had Delaware plates on it. Does anyone out there know who's it is or anything more about it ? (Click on the pic for more photos.)

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Adriania@juno.com

1967 Cutlass Supreme Holiday Sedan 4-dr
Jetfire Rocket V-8
Horsepower: 320 Torque: 360 lb.ft.
Displacement: 330 cu.in.
Compression: 10.25-to-1
Carburetor: Quadrajet.
Jetaway Drive

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restored by Flying "A" Restoration
Omaha, Nebraska

1967 W-30 442

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Jack

1967 Cutlass
My '67 has a 68' 455, built slightly, Turbo 400 trans, and 3:56 rearend. It hooks up nice! I had this photo made up at a car show in 1998.

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SS1157@aol.com

I am the second owner of this car. My friend's father bought it for his wife in 1967 from Agresta Oldsmobile in Williamstown, NJ. She wanted a roomy family car and that is what he ordered. It has a sport bench seat (family room) with a turbo 400 trans. Beyond power brakes and steering it is a no frills car, with plenty of punch. His dad would take us out every once in a while to blow out the carbon, remember it was his wife's car and she rarely went over 50 mph. I took my driving test in this car. My dad did not have insurance on his Falcon, so I asked my friend if his parents would let me use one of their cars. I thought it was going to be their VW bug, boy did I guess wrong. I bought the car in 1987 for $1600.00 and have been driving it ever since. The drive train is still original, even the carb, and runs very good. It has 290,000 miles on it now. I really love this car. I doubt GM builds them to last like they did back in 1967.

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Lou

1967 Olds Cutlass
Taken at the Galloping Hill, NJ event
September 2000

 

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Webmaster's note:...and finally, just for the heck of it: a couple Vista Cruisers
Ron Bodner

1967 Vista Cruiser
I found this metallic maroon 1967 Vista Cruiser Custom wagon last year. It was stored in a garage nearby and was surprised that it was a "one owner", 72,000 mile original! The owner, whom I knew slightly, had put a new motor in the vehicle in 1977, replacing the hi-comp. 330, 4bbl. with a 350 from a '76. The swap was done poorly and it leaked oil and didn't perform as well, so he parked it in the garage, bought a new vehicle and I found it 20 years later! It has some minor paint scratches and dents but no rust and the front seat needs repair, but is otherwise "mint"! The picture tells, all, just polished and touched up! I will paint it next year and put in the "reworked" 455 block that I removed from my 67 post coupe. I intend to use the wagon to tow my coupe to the drag races and car shows both in Canada and the US, as I just retired and this is what I want to do with my time!

Craig Keyser
San Jose, Ca
[added June 09, 2002]

1967 Vista Cruiser

I recently purchased a 67 Vista Cruiser. The original 330 is long gone. I installed a 455, it is .030-over with 10:1 compression, Edelbrock 455 heads and a Engle cam. The trans is a BOP TH400 with race clutches and a B&M shift kit. The rear end is a Chevrolet 12-bolt with C-clip eliminators an Eaton posi and 3.55 gears. I recently had the carpets replaced in the rear cargo area. The exterior and interior are very stock-looking. Its a pretty clean car and a blast to drive. I've updated the brakes w/ discs off of a '70 Chevelle and the the suspension with some Hotchkis springs and sway bars. When I bought the car the previous owner had installed Chevy rallies on it, I replaced them with a set of American Racing Torque Thrust D's with 225/60/15s up front and 275/60/15 BFG drag radials out back.

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