The 2014 Oldsmobile Homecoming Car Show & Swap Meet, hosted by the R.E. Olds Chapter, will be held June 14.
Memories of dad’s Olds inspire 1964 Starfire restoration By Angelo Van Bogart When it comes to great cars in your past, you can go back, and sometimes the car is even better the second time around. In 1969, Bryan Hunter’s father drove a 1964 Oldsmobile Starfire as the family ride, and over the six...
The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) selected 10 vehicles it has determined are the most significant automobiles that have influenced American automotive history.
Ken and Patricia Swentys’ appreciation for their 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible Indianapolis 500 Pace Car replica has grown over the years, in part because it’s just a very fine all-around automobile, and in part because it’s a far rarer machine than they ever imagined.
The 1956 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday sedan proudly driven to car shows and parades by Norris and Phyllis Teague is the same car they drove during their honeymoon in the summer of 1963.
A 1901 Olds replica built in the 1960s is going to travel 4,500 miles in 90 days to raise money for wounded veterans and their families. Raymond F. Pittam, former paratrooper, will leave May 22 from the Sun Dial Bridge, Redding, Calif., heading to Branson, Mo., with fundraising stops at many places in between....
A 250-vehicle collection has landed in a Minnesota salvage yard, featuring everything from a 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham to a 1956 De Soto Adventurer.
The Royal Automobile Club, which hosts the world’s oldest motoring event the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run each November, wishes regular participant, Joy Rainey, good luck as she begins an epic 2,826-mile journey across America this Saturday, April 13. At 8 a.m. local time (4pm GMT) Joy will be flagged away by the...
This 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4-4-2 is owned by Clifton Cummins, 53, who ordered the car in March 1976 from the Johnny Kool Oldsmobile dealership in Indianapolis. It was built on April 23, 1976, and Cummins picked it up about three weeks later.
Larry Severson liked old cars but didn't own one when he came across his "barn find" 1936 Oldsmobile L-36 sedan back in 1991. He didn’t consider himself a likely candidate to rescue an old machine, that’s for sure.