no.Oldsmobile and Chevy don't mix
Depends on the year and bodystyle
"Yes, Ford México has the same models they sell in the US, but in México the Oldsmobile Cutlass was manufactured by Ford and know as the Ford Cutlass." I cannot find ANY confirmation on this. Oldsmobile made the cutlass, and I did read somewhere that in Mexico they called it the Chevy Cutlass (which makes sense Chevy and Oldsmobile are both part of General Motors Corp.), but Ford is a whole different corporation and I don't see model names crossing companies like that.
Oldsmobile used Chevy 305's. 76 350 rocket 77 305 Chevy
Nothing, Chevy never made a Cutlass
I think you will need to use the caprice tranny as the bolt holes are different on the olds tranny. Here is how it works if the motor is a Chevy you must use a tranny with the Chevy bolt patern. There is some trannys with both bolt pattern. (never seen one). If it is an olds motor you must use a BPO tranny. BPO is a Buick, Pontiac or Oldsmobile. I am sure that they do make adapter though (never seen one)
Nowhere, as there is no such thing as a 2002 Chevy Caprice.