I'll call that correct, but the car's proper name is the Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350. Hurst wasn't involved in this car's production, but it supposedly was a rejected 1970 Hurst Olds design proposal.
1.There was a lot of options for the engine
2.Top of the range model had a V8 engine.
3.Live rear axle.
4.It was produce for more than 6 years.
5.More than 200,000 were made. (But the exact amount? Not going to tell you yet).