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How many 1972 Oldsmobile cutlass 442 option convertibles were produced?

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1,041 1972 Oldsmobile 442 Cutlass Supreme Convertibles were produced and 130 Hurst/Olds 442 Convertibles were produced for a total of 1,171.

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