Farm Find: 1956 Oldsmobile 88

This quite solid and seeming original 1956 Olds 88 four door is for sale on craigslist in Austin, Texas, though the car is actually located on the seller’s farm in Kerrville, TX. I think this is… more»

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One Owner Gem: 1965 Olds Vista Cruiser Wagon

Said to have only one owner from new, this 70,917 miles example of one of America’s most memorable station wagons (has anyone in the US over 40 not ridden in one?) is just waiting for a… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Rare 1973 Hurst/Olds (Price Drop!)

UPDATE 3/23/17 – Ron has lowered the asking price to $2,100. The Hurst specific parts have to be worth at least that much? FROM 2/27/17 – Ron B had quite the thrill when he discovered some type… more»

Deal Of The Week! 1982 Oldsmobile Toronado

In a new, recurring series, “Scotty G’s Deal of the Week”, I’ll try to hammer out what I personally think is a fantastic bargain; or, the deal of the week, among the vehicles that I have… more»

In The Family Again: 1969 Oldsmobile 442 W-30

This beautiful 1969 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 restovivor comes along with a lot of documentation and a neat story. After a short time with the original owner, the current owner’s brother purchased the car in early 1970… more»

One Family Owned: 1977 Oldsmobile 442

They don’t come much cleaner than this–believe it or not, this car has 106,000 careful one-family owner miles! I applaud the seller for not trying to say it’s 6,000. It’s up for sale here on craigslist… more»

America’s First Turbo Car: 1963 Oldsmobile F85 Jetfire

How many times have you seen a car that seemed uncommon, but had actually fallen into the category of being rare? Well these Oldsmobile F85 Jetfires have become quite rare due to time, and a pesky turbocharger…. more»

$100 Or Best Offer! 1973 Olds Omega

There isn’t much you can buy with $100 when it comes to motor vehicles. Sure, you could buy a wreck, or a previously harvested parts car – but sometimes, even those exceed $100. Well, out in… more»

Interesting Options: 1987 Olds 442

For cars that were produced in healthy quantities, the devil is in the details when it comes time to determining what makes one better than another. Take this 1987 Oldsmobile 442 located in Pennsylvania: it’s a non-runner… more»

Upgraded Survivor: 1973 Hurst Olds

By the end of 1972, the snarling large displacement muscle car engines had been cut back to lower compression and less power. But the 1973 Hurst Olds still offered a massive 455 cubic inch V8 that… more»

Rare Color & 28K Miles: Olds Cutlass Convertible

When this generation of the Oldsmobile Cutlass was a new car, I was convinced this was the hottest thing on the road (explains my taste in vehicles, doesn’t it?) I chalked it up to the aggressive… more»

One Of Many: 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible

Wait a minute, you say! Jamie’s off his rocker again–Oldsmobile didn’t make THAT many Starfires in the early 1960’s. Heck, he just told us so in this recent post! No, they didn’t, you’re right, only 4,401 1963… more»

Dynamite Sedan: 1948 Oldsmobile Dynamic Cruiser 78

This dynamite looking Oldsmobile is a running and driving project that looks very clean, but could use some minor work to really make it shine. It is unclear if this Olds is in original condition, or… more»