1955 Chevrolet Nomad LT1 4 Speed
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The Oldsmobile 4-4-2 name originates from the models 4 barrel carburator-4 speed manual transmission and 2 exhaust pipes-with the hyphens showing between the numbers. The model was a success and by 1965 there were a two speed automatic or a three speed automatic added to the options list, but the nameplate was kept the same; by the '68 model year, the hyphens were dropped and the moniker is now 442.
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Dodge has used the name "Dart" on a number of vehicles, including by overseas Dodge Divisions and the name reappeared on a American manufactured vehicle beginning in 2013. The Dart shown here is on the compact "A-body" platform and was made in the USA from 1963 through 1976 inclusively. The 1967 version has been redesigned front to rear with a number of safety and performance upgrades as well. The Dart would remain much the same until the end of production. The steering system has been revised and the front wheels are tracking wider in '67. The frame rails are further apart and with the k-members also redesigned allow the front end to accommodate a large engine.
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