Oldsmobile Car Spotters Guide - 1908

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Oldsmobile Car Spotters Guide - 1908


Olds left the company following financial difficulty to form the REO Motor Car Company, the last of the famous “Curved Dash Olds” being manufactured in 1907 before a GM buyout in 1908. By this time, Oldsmobile had developed a well deserved reputation for innovative firsts, including the speedometer (1901), out-sourcing of parts, chrome plating, mono-block V8’s and automatic chokes. In 1908, Oldsmobile became the first manufacturer to begin using nickel, rather than brass, trim.
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Oldsmobile Palace Touring (Model M)

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Oldsmobile Limo (Type M)

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Oldsmobile Toy Tonneau (Model M)

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Oldsmobile Flying Roadster (Model MR)

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Oldsmobile 5 Passenger Touring (Model X)

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Oldsmobile 7 Passenger Touring (Model Z)

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