1968 Oldsmobile 442 Hurst

Pristine, Stock & Original Muscle Cars From The Wendlinger Collection Listed For Sale

Presented by The Wendlinger Collection. It is not very often that cars of this caliber come up for sale. This car collection, known as The Wendlinger Collection, has been maintained in a high-end, climate-controlled facility since the ’90s. Today is a sampling of a few of these highly restored original muscle cars. Most of the …

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1969 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds H/O 455

Transmission and shifter guru George Hurst had major mojo in the late 1960s and early ’70s. A relentless self-promoter, he cut deals with competing manufacturers to produce Hurst-branded performance vehicles simultaneously, an act of automotive-marketing chutzpah rivaled only by Carroll Shelby. But of all the marques that hopped on the Hurst brand wagon–from Chrysler’s gigantic …

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10 Cars That Made Oldsmobile (And 5 That Broke It)

With 107 years in producing cars, Oldsmobile pioneered many firsts in the automobile industry, including standardized windshields, first production turbocharged car, first driver-side airbag, and many more. While Oldsmobile did belong to General Motors for most of its life, the company was started by Ransom Eli Olds, way back in 1897. Olds claimed to have …

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5 Cars That Made Oldsmobile Great (5 That Destroyed It)

Oldsmobile was the oldest surviving American automaker at the time of its demise in 2004. Amassing 107 years of history, Oldsmobile cars can be described as proper ‘classic cars‘. But it’s clear that GM never learned to understand heritage. How else can you explain their choice to end the oldest truly American manufacturer, founded in …

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5 Oldsmobile Cars No One Bought (And 5 That Sold Like Hotcakes)

For most of its existence, Oldsmobile had its cars produced by General Motors. Its birth did not happen under the GM umbrella, however, rather, it came to be as the Olds Motor Vehicle Company so birthed by Ransom E. Olds in 1897. In its lifetime, Oldsmobile made and sold over 35 million vehicles before it …

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This Original 1968 Hurst Oldsmobile Is A Great Example Of A Classic Car Discovered In A Barn

The Hurst/Olds is one of the most-sought muscle cars. Even until now, Hurst/Olds are prime targets of classic car collectors, especially since Oldsmobile only built 515 units of them in the first year of production. After sitting in the barn for several decades, this 1968 Hurst/Olds was due to become a stock car. Thankfully, the …

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These Oldsmobile Classics Are Now Worth A Fortune (5 That Are Worth Nothing)

The Oldsmobile marque was a study in irony for many reasons, mostly because while the name sounded classic, this General Motors Brand was known for introducing many firsts in its cars before it went defunct in the early 2000s. In 1901, Oldsmobile became the first brand to start to publicly market their car, which means …

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