Hurst Olds

Troubled Past? 1983 Hurst/Olds Cutlass

Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance had an on-again, off-again partnership spread out over 16 years. Beginning in 1968 and ending in 1984, they offered a muscle car based on the Cutlass on nine occasions. The last version was the 1983-84… more»

Stored For 25 Years: 1979 Hurst Oldsmobile W-30

Hiding in this barn is a classic that has lain dormant for around a quarter century. It is a 1979 Hurst Oldsmobile W-30, and while it has cosmetic needs, it retains firm foundations for a restoration project. The seller… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Hurst/Olds Tribute

Some enthusiasts are willing to transform a classic car into something genuinely special where spotless originality isn’t a primary concern. Such is the case with this 1969 Oldsmobile Holiday Coupe. It is a genuine 442, but the owner chose… more»

1 of 630: 1972 Hurst/Olds Pace Car

Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance collaborated on nine occasions to release a limited-production muscle car, dubbed the Hurst/Olds. And only on two occasions did one of them pace the field at the annual Indianapolis 500 race. The first time was… more»

Lightning Rods! 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

At various times between 1968 and 1984, Oldsmobile would partner with Hurst Performance for some limited-edition muscle cars. The best-selling of these automobiles came in the form of the 1983 and 1984 Hurst/Olds which came with the unique Lightning… more»

Malaise Era Project: 1974 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

Oldsmobile collaborated with Hurst Performance on several occasions in the 1960s through the 1980s to produce some limited-production automobiles. Hurst shifters and special graphics helped set the cars apart from other mid-size Olds products. This 1974 edition does not… more»

1 of 600: 1975 Hurst/Olds Project 455 V8

The Hurst/Olds was the result of a partnership between Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance. This relationship spawned more than 16,500 low-production performance cars across nine model years. The first of the hot machines was introduced in 1968 and the end… more»

Hurst/Olds Project: 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance teamed up to market the Hurst/Olds, a muscle car that was offered sporadically between 1968 and 1984. Over the duration, more than 16,500 copies would be produced, based on four generations of the mid-size Cutlass… more»

No Reserve 15th Anniversary Driver: 1983 Hurst/Olds

Don’t step up to one of these at a car show and call it a Cutlass, at least not in front of the owner.  That’s like going to a Yes concert and referring to Rick Wakeman as the piano… more»

36k Original Miles: 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds 15th Anniversary

Some people find the concept of vehicle producers collaborating with outside manufacturers unusual, but it is far more common than is immediately apparent. No car company produces every nut and bolt required; some even source major components like engines… more»

15th Anniversary Model: 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

It is common for manufacturers to release special editions of models to commemorate a landmark, and such was the case with the 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds. That year marked the 15th since the badge first appeared, and after a… more»

Nicest One Around? 1984 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

The relationship between Oldsmobile and Hurst ended in 1984, but not before a long and well-remembered run of cars emerged, with the earlier examples packing some serious punch.  After being on hiatus since the ’79 model, the H/O came… more»

1 Of 2,499: 1979 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

When it comes to the late sixties and seventies muscle cars, the Hurst/Olds sure ticked a lot of the right boxes.  The earliest examples were based on the 4-4-2 in 1968, but instead of a 400 under the hood,… more»

Carport Find: 1979 Hurst/Olds W-30

After an absence of three years, the iconic Hurst/Olds returned to Oldsmobile’s product lineup in 1979. Unlike its predecessors, the company produced this new model entirely in-house, although they utilized Hurst components to justify the model name. The seller… more»

Final Year! 1984 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

The seller of this 1984 Hurst/Olds is quick to point out that it’s not a Cutlass, and technically he’s right, although it shares the Cutlass body and many of the same components.  The last generation of the Hurst/Olds lasted… more»

Stunning Driver: 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds 15th Anniversary

If you lived through The Malaise Era, I don’t need to tell you it was a pretty miserable automotive time. However, a few vehicles from that time shine like beacons, and the 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds was one of them…. more»