I believe it went into the iron age.
that's an A-body so it should interchange with a chevelle, GTO or tempest, or a buick regal of 67.
Depends on what year 4-4-2 you're referring to...
There is a sticker on the inside of the trunk lid that has that information.
Yes, but the signal lights are the wrong shape.
Between 15 and 19 MPG.
I had an '86 with 307 4bbl....still computer controlled. Running a TH350 and 2:29 gears it averaged 26 MPG at 70-75 from Flagstaff, AZ to St. Louis, MO. Depends on state of engine, gears, tranny, how you drive it, etc.
That depends. '71 W30's were made at Lansing MI, so the VIN must have the M.
The VIN must be 344... or it's not a factory 442... HOWEVER, and beware here,
the BODY TAG, which is NOT the VIN... can be for a Cutlass body [336...] at least for the '68-9 Lansing built cars.
*THE* VIN is the dashboard sequence like
and all '68 thru '71 442's [and ONLY 442's] sport the "44" model series identifying digits.
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you go to the dealership
OLDSMOBILECUTLASS SUPREME (FWD)1988-97Metric: 5 X 115
Standard: 5 X 4.5216 X 6 12 X 1.5 70.3
take the brake line out of it and there are 2 bolts on the back of the wheel cylinder that come out and it's off.
Swivel sockets and a 2 foot extension usually works.
If I understand your question right, you should have 4 vacuum lines connected to it. The top one connects to the carb by the bowl area; the next one connects to the rear of the carb; the next one comes from the vacuum advance on the distributor and connects to the middle vacuum port on the TCS; the last one connects to the trans line and to the front of the intake manifold. You use a "T" in the line for this one. If you had a GM factory repair manual you'll find a drawing showing how the lines go. Check, YearOne, OPGI, the Parts Place, USA parts, Kanter auto parts, etc.