Oldsmobile - a brand of cars, most of which belongs to the corporation General Motors.
It was founded by Ransom Eli Olds in 1897 and lasted until 2004.
During its 107-year history, the company produced 35.2 million cars, of which about 14 million were produced by its Lansing enterprise. Until the cancellation, he was one of the oldest automotive brands.
The car was equipped with 8-cylinder engines of 6.6 and 7.5 liters, power from 290 to 400 horsepower, the transmission - a four-speed manual, three-speed manual or three-stage automatic. The car moved to the rear wheels.
The production of cars was completed in 1972 from the end of the oil car era, later the "442" index was used to refer to versions of other brand models.