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Sweet- siting purty on those fats shoes. Dig the tri-colored emblems- wonder how they look against something like -say- a baby blue paint.

I see it's not one of the rare 3x2 cars.... and I don't recall if a cold air package was offered for '66 or not- Olds built some killer image cold air induction packages in the late '60s. I like '67s: sucks from between the headlights.

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Nice. But I wish the owner hadn't carved holes into the inside door panels to make way for speakers. That looks like ass, no matter how good it might sound.

Was the 1965-'67 Olds 400 based on the "low block" 330 V8 or did it share the same "raised block" as the 425? I know the 1968-'69 400 was a "raised block" engine but I'm not sure about the earlier version.

Edit: I did some surfing and found that both 400s were "big blocks". The earlier 400 had the same stroke length as the 425 while the later 400 shared the 455's stroke length.

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Great pic's!

My '66 Cutlass Supreme ragtop was one of the best cars I've ever owned. I traveled the west (Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, California, etc) for a couple of months, in the Cutlass, with a tent, fishing poles, a pistol and a change of clothes in the trunk. It was a fun time; then came 30 years of work for Ma Bell.

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