Olds Motor Vehicle Co. was founded by Ransom E. Olds in 1897. General Motors purchased the company in 1908. The Oldsmobile 88 was produced from 1949 to 1999. Oldsmobile saw its top selling line of 88 in 1050-1974, and the was an image leader for the company. The Super 88 had an advanced overhead - valve, high compression V8 engine. Due to such an engine, many are in dispute over if the Oldsmobile 88 was among the first muscle cars. The 1958 model is best known in Oldsmobile as the year of the "Chrome Mobile" thanks to tremendous amount of chrome trim on the body, particularly on the higher-priced Super 88 and Ninety-Eight models. The styling was advertised by Olds as the "Mobile Look".
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