Yes, GM kept making Cutlasses with 442 badging long after the end of the muscle car era. Between 1970 and 1978, the 442 lost about 400 pounds of curb weight and (at least) 205 horsepower; the top 442 engine in ’78 was a 160-horse Chevy 305 V8.
This junked example has been wrecked horribly and then picked over pretty thoroughly, so it’s unlikely that anyone will be shedding any tears over its demise.
Still, the paint and graphics are pretty wild-looking for the era. A nicely restored 442 in this color scheme would be fun to have.
The Cutlass was quite a hot seller during the late 1970s, more or less the high-water mark for Oldsmobile sales in the United States, and the car was a pleasant enough, if thirsty, driver. I’ve had a couple of Cutlasses from this era, and (aside from the nightmarishly leaky T-tops on one) my memories of them are mostly positive.