The 1950 Oldsmobile Series 76 would be gone after that year due to lagging sales. However, the standard club coupe is a worthy keeper because it's rarity and status of holding down the bottom rung of the Olds ladder. Check out this classic car.
The 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 had a long, strange trip filled with mystery, myth, and motoramas. Once out of the spotlight,the General Motors "dream cars" were supposed to be destroyed. Read the story of one that beat the odds -- the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88.
The 1950-1953 Oldsmobile with its Rocket engine was more popular than sales suggest. It took on the role as performance standard-bearer, with the Rocket V-8 helping touch off a "horsepower war". See photos and specs of the 1950-1953 Oldsmobile.
The 1954-1956 Oldsmobile lineup was highly popular thanks to its Starfire designs. Oldsmobile introduced three new models intended for 1955 in 1954 after Olds discovered it was capable of early production. Check out the 1954-1956 Oldsmobiles including pictures and specs.
The 1958 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 featured a redesigned exterior that strayed from popular designs of the time. Higher bumpers, a jet-intake grille, and a revised roof made this car appealing to the eye of many buyers. Check out the 1958 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88.
The 1951-1953 Oldsmobile Super 88 offered a wide range of models to choose from. The Super 88's are now better appreciated for their fine performance and the solid craftsmanship. Learn more about this unforgettable classic in this article.