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Drew Dowdell

Oldsmobile Car Club of America Nationals

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A question, what was the last RWD Olds with a stick shift and V-8?

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That cutty pace car in the first photograph is awesome...

Chris

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...also looks like a lot of both 50's and 70's cars showed up, looking at the full set.

The 50's car photo's were great. Thanks for sharing those also.

Chris

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Very nice, lucky for me next year their right on the CT/MA boarder. About how many cars were there at the show?

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well my guess was wrong, looks like maybe 77 with the optional 5sp?

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Actually, I am 90% sure that I am wrong but I thought I remembered a few of the 78-87 Era Cutty's with a Manual shift...

Chris

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Great collection of pictures there!

It is always great to see the classics, but I have a soft spot for two of the last Oldsmobiles: the Aurora (especially the 2nd generation) and the Intrigue. Glad there were a few of those at the meet.

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Actually, I am 90% sure that I am wrong but I thought I remembered a few of the 78-87 Era Cutty's with a Manual shift...

Chris

Actually, I think you are right. The early A/G bodies from 78-81 did offer a V8/manual combo. I am almost certain that Olds wasn't excluded from that.

Hard to find though...

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Actually, I think you are right. The early A/G bodies from 78-81 did offer a V8/manual combo. I am almost certain that Olds wasn't excluded from that.

Hard to find though...

I want one.

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