Oldsmobile

Spotless Driver: 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

While it may not be a genuine muscle car, this 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme could hold its head high in elite company. Every aspect of this classic presents superbly, and the healthy V8 under the hood provides excellent performance… more»

455 Mega-Coupe! 1971 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight

“Always a step ahead,” according to Oldsmobile’s 1971 marketing, sweet rides like this 1971 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Luxury Coupe in Marlboro, New Jersey catered to rising stars, established success stories, and those aspiring to both. Olds put the mighty 455… more»

Vista Bruiser? 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Wagon

The station wagon beat goes on this time with a 1969 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser. You know a Vista Cruiser when you see one thanks to its glass roof panels or skylights. It’s a neat effect but beyond that, it’s… more»

Price Dropped: 1986 Oldsmobile 442

Update 06/20/2022: During the 1970s, a retro craze saw people eager to place their hands on almost anything that brought back memories of the 1950s. Today, a new generation has fallen in love with technology from the 1980s. This… more»

Numbers-Matching 455! 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

I can’t help but believe the number of drivetrain offerings that could be had in the 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass wasn’t at least a small factor in propelling this line-up to being the best-selling Olds for ’75.  These cars could… more»

Load ‘Em Up! 1975 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser

The Vista Cruiser was Oldsmobile’s top mid-size station wagon built between 1964 and 77. For the versions produced through 1972, they were known for their raised roof and skylight glass panels over the back half of the vehicle. That… more»

One-Owner Survivor: 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado

Introduced in 1966, the Olds Toronado was a different kind of personal luxury car. It deployed front-wheel-drive more than two decades before it would become the norm with most U.S. automobile production. This second-generation edition from 1973 is a… more»

Muscle Car Project: 1967 Oldmobile 442

Ask a muscle car fanatic what 442 (or 4-4-2) stands for, and the answer will be the four-barrel carb, four-speed, dual exhaust. Variations on this answer include 400 CID engine, four-speed, dual exhaust. Who’s right? It’s a matter of… more»

Cheap Luxury? 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado

Coming in at almost nineteen feet in length and 4,800 pounds, this 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado has a big presence. It’s fitting that for some reason the seller decided to take photos of it at a gas station, especially with… more»

Rare SX Model: 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Going into the 1970s, U.S. automakers were faced with a dilemma: how to keep muscle car demand up in the wake of skyrocketing insurance premiums. For Oldsmobile, one solution was to create the Cutlass Supreme SX, a luxury/performance car… more»

Stunning Survivor: 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham

Vehicle styles have changed dramatically since the 1950s, with different trends appearing, disappearing, and re-emerging. The exception is the tailfin, which disappeared forever at the end of the 1950s. While it may not appeal to everyone, the squarer body… more»

39k Original Miles and No Reserve! 1965 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Convertible

When Oldsmobile released its Eighth Generation Ninety-Eight for the 1965 model year, it represented a clean slate design. Virtually nothing carried over from the previous model, and the buying public rewarded the company with sales of 92,406 cars. However,… more»

Still in the Barn: 1981 Oldsmobile Toronado

The seller says you can just bring a battery with you and drive this 1981 Oldsmobile Toronado home today. What do you think – are we dealing with a comedian here or the world’s most optimistic optimist? The Toronado… more»

1 of 220: 1972 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds

For nine model years scattered from 1968 to 1984, Hurst Performance Corp. partnered with Oldsmobile to produce limited production muscle cars with some unique features. One was the 1972 Hurst/Olds, which was built using the Cutlass Supreme that saw… more»

Only 55k Miles! 1966 Oldsmobile Jetstar 88

The Jetstar was one of several Oldsmobiles to fall under the 88 (or Eight Eight) umbrella of cars built in the 1960s. For 1966, it was the introductory model that suggested a hint of performance as had been the… more»

Solid Driver: 1977 Oldsmobile 442

Four-barrel carburetor, four-speed manual transmission, and dual exhaust.  The name for the Oldsmobile 4-4-2 was derived from this combo in the original car, which saw production beginning with the 1964 year model.  The car had a strong start, and… more»