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1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines

“Oldsmobile”Changes for 1967 included the availability of optional disc brakes and the three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic to supplement the two-speed Jetaway. A new option was the Turnpike Cruiser package on Cutlass Supreme coupes and convertibles, which used a two-barrel carburetor and mild camshaft with the 400 cu in (6.6 L) engine and a (numerically) low axle ratio for efficient and relatively economical freeway cruising. The Turnpike Cruiser used the heavy-duty suspension of the 4-4-2, and was available only with a Turbo-Hydramatic. The 442 option, which previously had been available on all F-85s, was now restricted to the Cutlass Supreme series. This series was new to the lineup, having been introduced as a single model in 1966. Along with the 4-4-2 option, the Supreme was also the only line in which buyers could select the high-mileage Turnpike Cruising package. Bodystyles included a 2- and 4-door Holiday Hardtop, a convertible, sport coupe, and a town sedan. The most popular body style was the 2-door holiday hardtop which found 57,858 willing buyers. The four-door version found nearly half as many buyers, with 22,571 examples sold.

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