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There is a famous saying that everything good must come to an end. The curtain had to unfortunately fall on Oldsmobile, which was the oldest surviving American automobile brand. This happened in 2004. Nevertheless, the 107 years of its existence in the automobile industry is sufficient to leave its footprints in the sands of time. One and all of the 35.2 million Oldsmobile cars produces are proud carriers of this rich heritage and legacy.
Oldsmobile was first manufactured in the year 1897 by the Olds Motor Vehicle Company founded by Ransom E. Olds. The first vehicles were the Curved Dash Olds, once considered to be among the best-selling cars in the United States. A financial crisis forced Ransom Olds to sell his company to General Motors. Oldsmobile has since then been a part of General Motors.
Each car division, part of the General Motors Company, is committed to a specific auto market. Therefore, each car brand comes with its own distinct characteristics and features. General Motors marketed the Oldsmobile for their technical sophistication and superiority. At one point in time, they were the most advanced line of GM cars. An Oldsmobile car was the first to carry an automatic transmission, the first to use chrome and also the first to be equipped with automatic headlight dimmers.
Prominent models from the Oldsmobile stock were the Oldsmobile Cutlass, Oldsmobile Viking, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Oldsmobile Starfire, Oldsmobile Firenza, Oldsmobile Achieva, Oldsmobile Aurora, Oldsmobile Intrigue and Oldsmobile Silhouette.
The Cutlass cars were considered to be the best-selling vehicles. A lot of different Oldsmobile cars used this name. They were personal luxury cars and large sedans (Cutlass Supreme), compact cars (Cutlass Calais) and mid-size sedans (Cutlass Ciera).
The Oldsmobile Bravada, introduced in 2002 was the last of the Oldsmobile launched. But, the last 500 models manufactured were Oldsmobile Alero. These Alero's with "Final 500" markings were painted in metallic cherry red. At present one can find some of these cars as exhibition models in the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum in Lansing, Michigan. This is exactly the same place from where the old Oldsmobile Company began its journey.
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