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88 - Delta 1973 - 1975
98 1973 - 1975
Custom Cruiser 1973 - 1975
Cutlass 1973 - 1975
Cutlass S 1973 - 1975
Cutlass Salon 1975
Cutlass Supreme 1973 - 1975
Cutlass Supreme Cruiser 1974 - 1975
Omega 1973 - 1975
Omega Salon 1975
Tornado 1973 - 1975
Vista Cruiser 1973 - 1975
1973/1974/1975 - The standard Delta 88 was offered in three body styles, one 2dr and two 4dr versions. In the Delta 88 Royale range 2dr convertible was offered. The Deltas were built at Lansing, Linden and Fairfax.
1973 - The special edition Regency continued through 1973. Standard equipment included dual ashtrays, power brakes with front discs, power seats and power steering. 1974 - A 2dr Regency coupe was added to the range.
1975 - The range was reduced. Four models were offered. Coupes and sedans in Luxury and Regency trim.
1973/1974/1975 - The Custom Cruiser continued at the largest Olds station wagon. It was available as a 5 or 7 seater with or without woodgrain trim.
1973 - The all new Cutlass body was a year late in arriving due to a strike at General Motors. There were two models in the range, a 2dr coupe and a 4dr sedan. Standard equipement included armrests, front disc brakes, cigarette lighter, dome light, interior hood release, winshield antenna, deluxe steering wheel and chrome hubcaps. The Cutlass S was offered in a single body style with a 4-4-2 option, but it was only a handling and appearance package. S models had special hood treatment and seat belts with shoulder harnesses. The Hurst/Olds option was available on S models. Just over 1000 were produced. All intermediate Oldsmobiles were produced at Lansing, Framingham and Arlington.
1974 - Minor trim changes followed the previous years restyle.
1975 - Cutlass models were now built in Lansing, Arlington, Atlanta and Leeds, Mo.
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1973 - The all new Cutlass Supreme was by far the most popular of all the Oldsmobile models. In 1973 over 200,000 were sold. 1974 - Sales fell 20% from the previous year.
1975 - The salon package package which had been offered in 1974 proved very popular and so in 1975 became a model in its own right. This was the only Cutlass to come with V8 power as standard.
Cutlass Supreme Cruiser/Vista Cruiser
1973 - Essentially this was a Cutlass Station Wagon, although the Cultass Cruiser was dropped from the range. The Vista Cruiser was re-positioned in the range and it shared the same wheel base of the Cutlass saloons. Standard equipment included ashtrays, woodgrain trim, power brakes with front discs, cigarette lighter, carpeting, interior hood release, windshield antenna, deluxe steering wheel and special roof ventilator.
1974/1975 - Olds reintroduced the name Cutlass to the station wagons. The official name was the Cutlass Supreme Cruiser and it was combined with the Vista Cruiser to form one series. The Vista added woodgrain paneling and a glass sun roof.
1973/1974 - This was the smallest and least expensive Oldsmobile. It used a Chevrolet Nova body that had been almost unchanged since it was introduced in 1968. Standard equipment included armrests, cigarette lighter, carpets, dome light, space saver spare tire and deluxe steering wheel. Omegas were produced in Van Nuys and Willow Run.
1975 - For the first time there were two Omega series. The standard Omega and the Omega Salon. Salon models came with a console, remote outside mirror, reclining bucket seasts and turbo-hydramatic transmission.
|1975 - The Starfire was a sub-compact model. Even smaller than the Omega. It was based on the Chevrolet Monza. Standard equipment included armrests, power brakes with front discs, cigarette lighter, bumper rub strips, V6 engine, carpeting, electronic ignition, custom sport steering wheel and four-speed transmission. All Starfires were built at the General Motors plant at St Therese in Quebec, Canada.
Tornado 1973/1974/1975 - The Tornado contined as Olds luxury model. They were the most expensive Olds available. There were all built at Lansing.
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