'68 442 Holiday coupe trim tag decoding in Oldsmobile - General Posted May 30, 2016 Joe, thank you so much for the very complete and prompt reply! The car is indeed burgundy with a black vinyl top and red vinyl bucket seats. It had full wheel discs (like a Cutlass Supreme) when I first saw it, but it's on later Olds wire wheelcovers now. The owner told me the original discs are in the trunk, which I didn't open--didn't have the key and she was busy being a hostess (totally understandable!). I would've thought (but only guessed) that 442's would have come with the Olds Super Stock wheels, but apparently (?) they were optional. It's an interesting car she'd entertain getting together as a reliable driver, but again, I fear the worst for the underbody. Someone over the years put an aftermarket body side molding down the side. When I saw "ANN PAINT" on the tag, I wondered if it was some special 'anniversary' paint color, but I knew 1968 was no even-year Olds anniversary number. It has no stripe so the two 'N''s must just mean solid burgundy. On my Chevys over the years, the tag on the inside of the decklid would list a color code for "L" (Lower) and "U" (Upper), and if the car was single-tone paint, the same code would be present in both. Probably how Olds also handled solid paint color codes.