Oldsmobile 1957-1980 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2020 Market Review - Oldsmobile 1957-1980

As one of the world’s pioneering automotive brands, Oldsmobile had a long association with Australia. During the 1960s, Holden dealers would import option-packed Olds sedans and huge Vista Cruiser wagons for wealthy customers and survivor cars from those days still occasionally appear.

| Buyer's Guide: Oldsmobile Cutlass 4-4-2

Best with their combination of driving enjoyment and investment potential are performance models including Cutlass 4-4-2 hardtops from the 1960s and later W-30 Hurst versions. Slightly cheaper than a 4-4-2 and way below the $70,000-100,000 that a W-30 will bring are Delta 88, 98 and Omega models. As sedans or hardtops, these sell at $25-30,000. Convertibles cost slightly more, as do rare surviving examples of the front-wheel drive Toronado.

All Models 1954-62 $37,065 [4]

Cutlass/Delta 1963-73 $29,195 [12]

Cutlass Conv. 1963-73 $34,370 [4]

4-4-2 1966-72 $35,500 [5]

All Models 1973-83 $21,165 [4]

Toronado 1966-72 $34,500 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

| 2019 Market Review: Oldsmobile 1957-1980

 

From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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