Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera The first front wheel drive variant using the ‘Cutlass’ nomenclature was introduced in 1982. It had a brand new name— Cutlass Ciera and was built on the totally redesigned A-body platform. Wheelbase was 104.9 inches, the same as on the smaller X-body Omega. Coupe or sedan were your body choices if you […]
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Most popular car brands for month of March

According to traffic, here are the 10 most popular smog-era car makers on this site for the month of March 2012. 1. Dodge 2. Plymouth 3. Mercury 4. Buick 5. AMC 6. Chevrolet 7. Oldsmobile 8. Ford 9. Pontiac 10. Chrysler Related Pages: Most popular brands for the month of November popular car brands according […]
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Oldsmobile Cutlass S

Oldsmobile Cutlass S The Cutlass S as of 1973 still was the aero-type Cutlass variant, keeping the historical, rounder back half. It was now redesigned as part of GM’s colonnade (A-body) line. The ‘S’ was advertised as having a meaning of ‘Sport, Spirit, Swagger’. This year it was only offered in a 2-door coupe style, […]
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Chevrolet Impala

Chevroelt Impala Slotted between Bel Air and Caprice, the Impala was the middle of the line fullsize Chevy in 1973. Several body styles were offered. First was a 2-door hardtop called Sport Coupe. Second was a 2-door post called Custom Coupe, though it was actually more of a hardtop with a larger combined B/C-pillars. Third […]
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Oldsmobile Firenza

Firenza This nameplate started as a sporty trim level of the rear wheel drive Starfire line from 1978-1980. Base engine was a 2.5L 2bbl Pontiac I4 making 85hp. A 231 CID 2bbl Buick V6 1making 105hp and a 305 CID 2bbl Chevrolet V8 making 145hp were optional. In 1979, the nose got restyled and lost […]
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