There was a special edition cutlass that had
nickname...for example (Trans Am was the
"Bandit" Chevelle "Super Sport ") what was the
name for this Cutlass anybody knows?
There was the W30 option and the Hurst Olds. The Trans Am was a Firebird, not a Chevelle.
Olds FAQ -- 442 - 442.com www.442.com/oldsfaq/of442.htm 1965 (First year of automatic transmission option on 442) ... For 1972 only, the W-30 option was a Cutlass that had the 442 package and a special ...... to pay Hurst a bunch of money to use the name), the 442 got replanned in the final hours, ...
442 was the special name. I've been told it stood for 4 speed, 4 barrel carburetor, 2 doors. HTH. -Jim
For a week back in high school we had a yellow 1970 Olds 442 w- 30 for a driver's education car. Our regular car (don't remember what it was) was broke down and in the shop. The W-30 was a hoot to drive!
Cutlass Supreme, Hurst Olds....
More info at the link...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oldsmobile_Cutlass
The Judge was a Pontiac and Boss was Mustang.
So it doesn't look like anyone gave the right answer yet hey. And he does mention that the Chevelle Super Sport for an example.
Right and the (Bandit) was a Pontiac made famous by the movie. The SS Chevelle is a badged edition of the Chevy which could of been a Malibu or 2 door post 300 Deluxe, so what are they asking for out of the Custlass is was a Olds. Other names are: F-85, 4 4, Calais, Brougham, Supreme, SX, Rally, Rocket, W-46, W-25, L77, Salon, Colonade, Cutlass S, Optional Nothback, A- Body or G-Body, H-O, Jack (DOC) Watson, OLDS 455, Commotion By Motion, Chance-Vought, Rockette, Coupe, Jetfires, Hardtop, One time I heard that the engine was referred to from its builders as the Fat Block, I guess because the casting was thicker at least for the older blocks.
"Hairy Olds", Hurst Hairy Hauler, Hurst Golden Shifter, H-H-O, Ram-Rod,
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