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Oldsmobile 88

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The Oldsmobile 88 is another line that GM manufactured for five decades and ten generations. For close to fifteen years the 88 was also Oldsmobile’s top selling line. The Oldsmobile 88 went by many different names throughout the years, including Futuramic Super Golden Rocket Dynamic Jetstar Delta Delmont Starfire Holiday L/S and LSS Celebrity;… Read More »

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Mercury Model M72A Eight Coupe

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The Mercury Eight was the first model manufactured by Mercury. It was a full-size automobile produced from 1939 through 1951 and was the only model offered by Mercury until the company started producing multiple series in 1952. At that point, the Eight was dropped as a model designation. Part of the early campaigns for… Read More »

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Plymouth Concord

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In 1951, all the lines of Plymouth vehicles were renamed. More attractive titles were chosen to replace the entry-level Deluxe and the longer Special Deluxe. As the Deluxe moved up in status to a higher plane of luxury, it had to be accompanied by a magnificent name as well. The new models would be… Read More »

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Mercury Medalist

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In 1952, Mercury offered a full-size vehicle called the Monterey. Sales slowly dipped the succeeding years and in 1955, the Monterey lost its status as the top model for Mercury. As part of the demotion, the Monterey was available in two lower-priced trim packages- the Medalist and the Custom, which was the basic model…. Read More »

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Oldsmobile Futuramic 98

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While the Oldsmobile Futuramic was not entirely a new car, it certainly looked like one. Technically, the engine and internal parts of the car were all the same. However, it received a new look which was more defined and sleek than ever. Oldsmobile marketed it as “satin smooth” with extra power and economical to… Read More »

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Plymouth Cambridge

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Plymouth Cambridge Though you may not recognize the name, you may recognize the vehicle. The Plymouth Cambridge has been on the silver screen for decades in movies like The Caddy with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in 1953 and The Hours with Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman in 2002. The Cambridge was a full-size… Read More »

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Plymouth Plaza

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Don’t feel badly if you haven’t heard of the Plymouth Plaza. The car was manufactured for only four years from 1954 to 1958. Priced just under the Plymouth Savoy, it was the car company’s entry level automobile designed primarily for those who wanted to purchase a fleet of cars, not just a single automobile…. Read More »

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Oldsmobile Dynamic 68

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The Oldsmobile Dynamic 68 was part of its larger parent car class, the Series 60. The Series 60 was a line of cars made from 1939-1948 at the end of the great depression. The Oldsmobile Dynamic 68 was part of the second generation of the Series 60. First Generation The original first-generation Series 60… Read More »

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Pontiac Ventura

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In 1961, Pontiac wanted to offer a full line of family cars that were as successful and reputable as its Bonneville. When the Pontiac Bonneville was expanded from a specialty car into a full line of vehicles, a series of events culminated in the creation of the Grand Prix in 1962. As development of… Read More »

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Oldsmobile F30 Deluxe

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The year 1930 brought about tumultuous changes to the United States. The roaring twenties were at a close, to be unfortunately followed by the great depression and “dirty thirties”. With the thirties came severe economic downtown. The car industry was not immune to the woes of the rest of the United States. While convertibles… Read More »

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