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What was the first yr the Olds cutlass calais manufactured,, did they make astabdard shift trans inthe cutlass calias any yr???

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  • quad442 May 11, 2010

    Did you read your other post? I gave you a lot of information that I thought surely would get a little bit of a response. Are you a fan of the Olds.?

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Which series of Calais are you referring to? It was manufactured in 2 different platforms: The "G body" (Cutlass Supreme, Calais, Pontiac Grand Prix, Buick Regal), from 1982 to 1984 and the "N body" (Oldsmobile Calais, Pontiac Grand Am, Buick Somerset Regal and Skylark) from 1985 to 1991. The 1985-87 was simply called the "Calais" and the 1988-91 was called the "Cutlass Calais". They came in both standard and automatic transmissions, and many different trim levels from basic entry level to the performance oriented Quad442 and International Series.

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Olds mobile club of america should have your answer.

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March 1982 to replace Starfire, Lansing's version of the front-drive 101.2-inch-wheelbase corporate J-body subcompact failed to attract more than about 45,000 customers in most years -- except for 1984, when it garnered a credit­able 82,500 -- even though Olds tried most everything it could think of to sell it.

1988 the Firenza had offered all the J body styles, sporty GT and SX variants, overhead-valve and overhead-cam fours, optional V-6, and a confusing procession of price-leader and luxury models. But nothing seemed to work, and Olds gave up after '88. Firenza was no great loss, though, because 1985 brought a more-sale-able small Olds in the N-body Calais, called Cutlass Calais after 1988. Sized between Firenza and Omega on a 103.4-inch wheelbase, it bowed as a rounded, short-deck coupe in two versions: base and -- just to confuse things -- Supreme. Four-door sedans were added for 1986.
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Even a hallowed name on an honestly speedy little car couldn't convince many that Olds still specialized in high performance the way it had in the '50s and '60s.

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