Oldsmobile Car/Truck Body Parts
At our website, we're dedicated to bringing our customer's the right parts and accessories for their Oldsmobile needs. We cater to over nineteen different Olds models and carry an abundance of parts. As well, if there is something you need and you can't find it; we have an Auto Parts Locator Service, just a click away. If computers aren't your forte then simply call our toll free number and speak with a real live customer service representative.
We carry parts and accessories for those Oldsmobile's that date back to the sixties, like the Toronado; parts are available for model years 1968 through 1992. As well, you'll find a complete listing for the Oldsmobile Eighty Eight, Olds Alero, the Calais, Olds Cutlass, Cutlass Ciera, Olds Cutlass Supreme Coupe and Sedan. As well as various other years makes and models.
In Oldsmobile's one hundred and seven year run in producing mid line luxury and sports cars, a phenomenal 35.2 million cars were produced; of those, 14 million were produced in the city of Lansing Michigan. Producing cars from 1897 until 2004, the Oldsmobile was the oldest surviving automobile brand in the US, as well as one of the largest in the world.
After experiencing financial trouble, the General Motors Company acquired the brand name and took over production. Under General Motors, the Oldsmobile became famous for technological advances in the auto industry. Many firsts can be attributed to the Oldsmobile vehicle, including the first ever automatic transmission, automatic headlight dimmers, and panoramic windshields. The beloved Toronado became the first modern front wheel drive car in 1966; as well as introducing the world to the first turbocharged engine four years earlier in the Turbo Jetfire. Throughout the seventies and eighties, the sales for the Oldsmobile soared in comparison to other GM vehicles; the Olds Cutlass became the best selling vehicle in the US. The nineties were less promising for the Oldsmobile brand; in fact, sales were dropping considerably from year to year. In December 2000; the General Motors Corporation decided to phase out the Olds brand, after a great hundred plus years in the auto arena, four years later, the 2004 GMT360 Bravada was the last of the Oldsmobile line.
Although the Oldsmobile may not be produced or manufactured anymore; there is many American's who still take pride in owning an Oldsmobile. At various car lots across the country, you will find an array of Olds options, they are a great and dependable vehicle and available at reasonable prices. Although, finding parts for these vehicles may not be as tedious as finding a part for a vintage Sterling, you will find that many of the parts available are not as high quality as ours. We sell only the best, first quality parts and in most circumstances; you'll find our discount prices beat the competitors. We also offer technical and informative assistance in the form of Q and A to help our customers choose the right part at the right price.