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You can get those bolts in any scrapyard really cheap. If you are replacing only one strut, it may be better to get a used one as well otherwise the car may sit lopsided.(if you buy it with spring still on, it's quicker and easier to install too!!) It likely interchanges with a lot of other GM models and should also be available at any scrapyard. You don't need part number, just tell them what you want and they will know. (it's their business)
Call an aftermarket wheel shop that sells rims. They will know but seem interested in there product for the free advice. Tell them you own a Astro Van of the same year also for I think the wheels are the same
The factory Lug pattern on the Olds Custom cruiser full size (i.e. Caprice/ Impala) is 5 lug with 5 inch spacing also known as 5 on 5. The S-10, Camaro, and Chevelles are all 5 on 4 3/4 so they will not work. Any 5 lug Full sized Van or full sized GM pickup truck or Astro have the same pattern as the Custom cruiser. Additionally, Most Gm 64-96 Full sized body on frame cars have the same pattern of 5 on 5 (5x5) as the Custom cruiser. Hope this helps.
Sounds like the lugnuts have rust on them inside. Or someone way over tightened them to begin with. The lugnuts come off counter clockwise. The rims on your 92 are aluminum. There is a possibility of the rim is damaged to the point of not working. but the tire shop will know if it's still usable or not. I don't remember an "L" key that came stock on that car though. You may have to get a long cheater bar to break the lugnuts loose.