No, but my 442 is!
The most simple answer is to look at the second digit of the VIN. If its a "3", then you have a Cutlass model, if it is a "4", then you have a 442 model.
Yes, and no. What year? Generally speaking the bottom of the line A-body was the F-85 A Cutlass was a better F85 A Cutlass S was a sporty Cutlass; the Supreme was a cushy Cutlass The 442 was a sportier Cutlass S The W30 was a sportier 442 Many parts are shared, all the way from the F85 to the W30, but then again many very significant parts differ- engines, cylinder heads, transmission, etc. And, of course, the packages varied every year, so you would have to specify a model year to be more exact. In certain years, 442's only got a big block engine, and no Cutlass was available with one. In general though, no, if you are paying for a 442, it better not be a Cutlass or Cutlass S.
1,041 1972 Oldsmobile 442 Cutlass Supreme Convertibles were produced and 130 Hurst/Olds 442 Convertibles were produced for a total of 1,171.
Yes but the hood latch has to be relocated.
It could fit, anddoing sowould very likely devalue the car.
Cutlass S, yes Cutlass or Cutlass Supreme, no Interwebs search of photos will show the difference- the raised center section. Oh, for details, the 442 will NOT have the "Oldsmobile" script (or holes for it) in the left front corner.
442 stands for, 4 barrel carb, 4 speed transmission, and 2 exhaust pipes.
Go to manheimgold.com and figure it out.
No it was not if your reffering to the oldsmobile cutlass 442 then that stands for, 4 barrel carb, 4 speed, and Dual exhaust.
No, T-tops were only available on the Cutlass Supreme in those years.
Everything I looked up about a M90 shows that it is a supercharger, there were no superchargers on the 442 from the factory.
Around 4200 + or - 10% Out of this 1100 were T tops
YES,All 1968-1972 gm a-body ( cutlass,chevelle,skylark,gto) can be interchanged.
Not without changing a lot of other parts, radiator support grills fender moldings and stone shield.
The Oldsmobile 442 means (400 cubic inches-after '65) (four barrel carb) and (dual exhaust) if your car does not have these it is not a true 442. The 350 that year had only 160hp to 180hp but the 442 should have had the 455 and 270hp to 300hp. Are you sure your car is a 442? It may be a cutlass with a 442 paint job.
I believe it was 1966 and 67.
does a 70 front bumper fit a 71 cutlass front bumper