July 6th, 2007 |
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For auto lovers, the demise of any brand is a sad story, and so is the saga of Oldsmobile. One of the oldest auto brands in the world after Daimler and Peugeot, sadly the GM line came to an end in 2004 after producing more than 32 million cars in its 107-year history, including such icons as the Rocket 88 and the Jetfire, featuring the first turbocharged engine, and the 442. Luckily, the brand lives on at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., which has a large collection of Oldsmobiles, as I found out during a tour with HC Manager Greg Wallace.

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