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Encyclopedia > Oldsmobile Series 60

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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