Junkyard Find: 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Oldsmobile has been gone since 2004, which makes it hard to believe that the Olds Cutlass spent most of the period from the middle 1970s through the early 1980s as either the #1 or #2 best-selling car in the United States. For 1979, the Cutlass came in…

Junkyard Find: Customized, 363,033-mile 1986 Oldsmobile Calais

Every once in a while, I’ll find a junkyard vehicle that I can tell was loved by some longtime owner. Maybe it shows some absurdly high odometer reading, or evidence of the single-minded pursuit of some lunatic mechanical obsession, or the work o…

The Last Oldsmobile Ever Built Crossing Auction Block Today

Thirteen years after the Oldsmobile brand expired, General Motors is selling a virtually new Alero—via State Line Auto Auction in Waverly, New York, where a 2004 Alero GLS Final 500 Collector’s Edition, the last Oldsmobile ever produced, is rolling across the auction block today. Collector Edition #500, the Dark Cherry Metallic sedan was built on […]

Junkyard Find: 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue GLS, Phoenix Open Edition

The Oldsmobile Division had just six years to live when the Intrigue appeared in the 1998 model year, and this car was Oldsmobile’s final version of the long-lived GM W platform. I see thousands of W-bodies every year, during my junkyard travels, but it takes a special one to make me reach for my camera. […]

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