July 11, 2022
This 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass is not a 4-4-2, even though it’s got a mean set of pipes poking out from beneath the bumper. Dual exhausts were of course the “2” in “4-4-2” (the 4s originally stood for the standard 4-on-the-floor and 4-bbl carburetor). Out of the gate, the Cutlass was a little tamer with a standard 330cid V8 under the hood (4-4-2s came with a 400). One of the options on the Cutlass (and all other Olds models save the F-85) was an automatic temperature control called Comfortron. Sounds pretty futuristic! We saw today’s RealRide last fall in Lancaster.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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