Cutlass was one of Oldsmobile's longest lived and highest production nameplates. Starting as the mid-size F-85, the Oldsmobile Cutlass parts continued production through almost 40 years and six generations. The Cutlass served as the platform for the 4-4-2 model which served as Oldsmobile main muscle car. It was one of the most prolific muscle cars remaining in production in one form or another from 1964 until 1987. Some years the Cutlass name was used on different cars at the same time such as the 90s when there were Calais, Ciera, Supreme, and Salon models. The final Cutlass was a front-drive model based on the Malibu and was sold until 1999 when replaced by the Alero. It was a sad end to a great name but the Cutlass always offered a lot of style for a mid-size car.