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Oldsmobile : Other 2 Door

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About Oldsmobile

Oldsmobile was an American car which lasted from 1897 to 2004. When GM retired the last Oldsmobile on April 29, 2004, the Olds was the single longest-lived American automotive brand. Over its 107 years of history, Oldsmobile produced more than 35 million cars and fabricated 14 million of those cars in its original Lansing, Michigan factory.A man named Ransom E. Olds created the Olds Motor Vehicle company in 1897. The first model, the Curved Dash Olds, was the biggest selling car of its time. The Curved Dash Olds was manufactured from 1901 to 1907. Following the success of this model, General Motors Corporation purchased Oldsmobile and kept it as a major marquee brand for nearly a century.Throughout its history, Oldsmobile innovated and pushed the envelope technically. In 1940, it became the first American brand to introduce automatic transmissions. It also helps popularize sporty features, like the automatic headlight. In the late '20s, General Motors tried to introduce a marquee brand between the Oldsmobile and the Buick called the Viking. This model failed, largely due to the Great Depression, and it was discontinued the following year. In the second half of the century, however, Oldmobile found success with the Olds Cutlass, 442 and Eighty-Eight models.Beginning in 2001, Oldsmobiles were gradually phased out. The 2002 Oldsmobile Bravado was the last new model produced under the Oldsmobile banner. From 2001 until April 2004, Oldsmobile produced the Aurora V-6 sedan, the Bravado SUV, the Silhouette Minivan, and, finally, the Alero. The final 500 Aleros ever made were specially painted, and the last Oldsmobile off the assembly line was retired to a special transportation museum dedicated to Random E. Olds.