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THE CAR AND ITS OWNER 1941 Oldsmobile Club Sedan owned by Paul Jacobs
WHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING In 1941, car buyers wanting a change from the stodgy designs of the day could opt for this swoopy Olds Club Sedan, a new fastback style also sold by Pontiac, Buick, Cadillac and, later, Chevrolet. This was the second year for General Motors’ pioneering “Hydramatic” automatic transmission, “a $57...Read more »
THE CAR AND ITS OWNER
1967 Oldsmobile 442 coupe owned by Michael Federico
WHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING
When Pontiac introduced its GTO muscle car in mid-1964, Oldsmobile quickly went along for the ride with its own muscular 442 (“four four two”) option, stuffing a 310-horsepower V-8 engine and a police suspension package into its mid-sized F-85 and Cutlass models. The offering was...Read more »