1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 Holiday Coupe There are those who claim that it was Oldsmobile that created the first musclecar when it stuffed its hot new full size Rocket V-8 into its midsize model to create the Olds 88 and Super 88 series back in 1949. But it was not until 1964 that Oldsmobile would return to the concept with the 4-4-2. For 1967, the 4-4-2 models styling and base engine remained the same, but the once optional automatic three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic became standard, replacing the two-speed Jetaway automatic. This very clean offering is a Texas car with some great options. Being from the southwest, it has air conditioning, and is also fitted with power steering, power brakes a black vinyl interior with seldom seen power bench front seat, AM pushbutton radio and power antenna. The 400 V-8 is rated at 350 horsepower. The 4-4-2 is regarded as one of Olds mobile's best muscle cars.
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