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Encyclopedia > Oldsmobile 66

The Oldsmobile Series 60 Special was an automobile from General Motors in the 1940s. Two models were produced, the 66 which used a 238 in³ straight-6 engine and the 68 which used a straight-8. It was a smaller car with a 116 in wheelbase. The Series 60 model line was retired after 1948.


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Oldsmobile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4569 words)
Oldsmobile was also frequently early with other features, such as automatic headlight dimmers and the 1950's panoramic windshields.
Oldsmobile Fiesta (1953) - an ultra-luxurious and expensive convertible based on the 98 ragtop and featured distinctive two-tone paint scheme and one of the first automobiles to feature the wraparound windshield that would appear on all Oldsmobiles (as well as Buicks and Cadillacs in 1954 and most other American cars by 1955).
In the 1970s, the mid-size Oldsmobile Cutlass was the division's best-selling model, and for several years in the late 1970s and early 1980s, it was the best-selling car in America.
Musclecarclub.com - Oldsmobile Toronado - History (490 words)
The Oldsmobile Toronado was a bold idea combined with intriguing styling.
It was the first attempt to apply front-wheel drive to a full-size American car since the mid 1930s Cord, and is one of the most desirable Oldsmobiles ever produced.
Comments: The Oldsmobile Toronado debuted in 1966 as the largest front wheel drive car ever and the first American fullsize front wheel drive car since the 1930s Cord.
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