Go to manheimgold.com and figure it out.
First generation of Oldsmobile Cutlass went from 1964 to 1967 and the second generation of Oldsmobile Cutlass went from 1968-1972. Third Generation of Olds mobile Cutlass went from 1973-1977.
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1967 oldsmobile cutlass
need wiring harness for a 1967 oldsmobile cutlass surpeme 330 5.4l v8 2barrel cab.
They wouldn't match up in the front due to the 67's wider headlight design
Check: NADA.com, Kbb.com
In 67 Buick didn't have a 350. It would have been a 340 or a 300 possibly a 400.
yearone.com classicoldsmobile.com or Google 1967 Oldsmobile parts catalogue. also eBay motors
If you are asking about a small block GM V8 it is 65 ft/lbs.
Go to manheim gold.com and look the price up.
Depends on which Oldsmobile model you're referring to...
It wouldn't match up in the front due to the 67's wider headlight design
that's an A-body so it should interchange with a chevelle, GTO or tempest, or a buick regal of 67.
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
1967 oldsmobile delmont 88
What the american value of deutscnhe mark 1967
The power of the engine of the 1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 coupe manual is 155 @ 4200 RPM. The maximum speed is 89 mph.
The frame from ANY GM A-body of the same body type (2-door, 4-door, etc) will bolt right in because they all use the same frames. So a frame from a Chevelle, Tempest/Lemans/GTO, Buick Skylark, or Cutlass will fit. Any frame from 1964-1967 will work. 1968 and later frames won't work because the wheelbase changed in 1968.
If it is in mint condition the value is 10000000000
Not without a LOT of modifications. Use a rear end from ANY '64-'67 GM A body instead. The rear ends installed in the Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile Cutlass and Pontiac Tempest/Lemans are a little different, but will bolt right in with NO modifications.
thurgood marshall in 1967