Cheap Survivor: 1970 Olds F85 Cutlass

It is amazing to me that cars of this caliber are offered for such a reasonable price, and yet they get little attention. By no means perfect, but beautiful, and in original condition, this Oldsmobile was… more»

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What A Nose! 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Survivor

This is either the most flattering or least flattering angle for this 1977 Cutlass, depending on how you look at it! With only 15,000 miles on the odometer, this might be the cleanest example on the… more»

First One Built: 1985 Oldsmobile Calais

The phenomenon of the number one car off the assembly line is an interesting one. Does it add value? Sure, if it’s the right car, like a limited production Shelby or Porsche 911. But for everything… more»

G-Body Survivor: 1987 Oldsmobile 442

The GM G-body is a polarizing vehicle; either you love it or you hate it! While these cars aren’t for everyone, those who appreciate them simply can’t get enough of them. Revived in 1985, the 442… more»

Big Blue Boat: 1966 Olds Dynamic 88 Convertible

This beautiful old drop is said to be completely original but you have to wonder if the speedometer has been around once and if there are layers of Bondo under the paint. Usually, you would expect… more»

29K Miles & Grandpa Dings: 1987 Olds Touring Sedan

At first glance, this 1987 Olds Ninety-Eight Touring Sedan looks absolutely mint – and it is, sort of. With under 30,000 original miles, its cosmetics have held up incredibly well and many details look right; however,… more»

A/C Equipped Survivor: 1961 Olds F85 Deluxe Wagon

Station wagons and early F85 Oldsmobiles have a sweet spot in my heart, so it would only make sense that I would be head over heels for this F85 wagon. Very original and ready to drive,… more»

One Repaint: 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W-30

This 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 is one heck of a survivor! This car has clocked only 19,000 miles since new and has its original drivetrain. The only things not original are the wheels and the paint…. more»

So Fresh & So Clean: Low-Mileage 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Late-model G-body survivors are intriguing to me because at this point, most of them have been beaten, customized, hot-rodded, or otherwise repurposed. To see one in original, unmolested condition that isn’t a 442 or otherwise fancy… more»

V6 and a 4-Speed: 30K Mile ’78 Olds Starfire

It’s amazing to think how the second generation Starfire could be so different from its forebearer, but it also represented the time in which it was made. Fuel economy was suddenly top priority for the Big… more»

Survivor Wagon: Low-Mile 1989 Chevrolet Caprice

This Caprice is from a time period when wagons were really wagons! This car can easily fit a whole family, plus luggage, plus possibly a couple of friends. The advent of the SUV created the phasing… more»

Parts Hauler: 1963 Olds Dynamic 88 wagon

Part of a field find collection that is getting liquidated, this Olds wagon is a bit rough, but it has some highlights and possibilities for sure. The Dynamic 88 wagons are great looking cars, and the… more»

Convertible Rocket: 1956 Olds Super 88

An Oldsmobile Super 88 is a great looking car, and is definitely a favorite of mine, but a Super 88 convertible? Well, let’s just say my heart skipped a beat. Appearing as a solid candidate for… more»