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RealRides of WNY - 1975 Omega

The 1975 Oldsmobile Omegawas “A lot of little Olds”as the folks from Lansing told us in their advertising. Although it was only a very thinlydisguised Chevy Nova, it didhave some distinctive Olds touches: its front end looked a lot like the supremely popular Cutlass (see what we did there?), right down to the swingaway grille (below), which moved back on minor impacts. The rear treatme

RealRides of WNY - 1984 Oldsmobile

This 1984 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Regency Broughamwas the ritziest car you could buy at the time from the folks in Lansing… at least, according to them:“This top-of-the-line Oldsmobile represents a happy marriage of logic and luxury. It means you can lose your heart without losing your head.”I take that as a nod to the notion that a car didn’t have to be the longest, or th

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1972 Oldsmobile

Looking through old brochures and ads gives one the impression that the 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supremeconvertible, like the one pictured here, wasn’t high on Olds’ sales priority list. It barely gets a mention in the full-line brochure, where the Lansing car manufacturer seemed more interested in pushing the cushy (and big-selling) formal hardtop model. This didn’t stop a presen