OEM Oldsmobile Wheels - Used Factory Original Rims
- This 1 minute Oldsmobile video found at the bottom of the page will explain what kind of rims you can expect to receive from us.
- We Guarantee all used Oldsmobile Rims are reconditioned to arrive to you like-new, if you aren't satisfied we will refund your purchase.
- Below are links to images for all models of Factory Oldsmobile Rims.
- On the following pages, all pictures will specify if OEM Oldsmobile wheels you choose are alloy or steel, and if they have chrome, silver paint or machined finish.
- We display the details needed for you to match your stock Oldsmobile wheel exactly to what you are looking for.
- Still have more questions about the Oldsmobile rims you are looking for? One of our friendly customer representatives will be pleased to help you at our Toll Free number 1(800)896-7467.
- To determine your wheel size you will need to look on the side wall of your tire. - Example = P235/75R15 is a 15" Rim.
Information On Factory Oldsmobile Rims and Wheels
The Oldsmobile name has a long history that began in 1897 when Ransom E Olds founded Oldsmobile, a company that would be distinguished until its demise in 2004 as the oldest surviving American car marque. Its first year of full production in 1901 saw 425 cars manufactured, an amazing feat at the time enabled by the first automotive assembly line (largely miscredited to Ford who had the first moving assembly line). Although the Curved Dash Oldsmobile (of which 425 were made) was the top selling automobile company in America at first, Olds ran into financial problems early on and ended up selling his company to General Motors by 1908. From that point forward until its end in 2004, Oldsmobile was a division of General Motors.
General Motors bought Oldsmobile to use the already somewhat prominent name as their luxury brand marque. The Oldsmobile brand did not use any consistent nomenclature system, sometimes marketing cars by their engine specs (such as the 88) and other times naming cars based on other vehicle specs (like the 442, named for its four barrel carburetor, four speed transmission and two exhaust pipes) and for the most part assigned arbitrary names meant to appeal to the public (such as in the cases of the Aurora and Silhouette). Several submarques were utilized throughout Oldsmobile's history to designate trims with the Cutlass probably being the most successful.
The Oldsmobile brand fared pretty consistently through the decades until the 1990s hit. During the late 70s the brand peaked in sales, but afterwards it still remained a place where General Motors exhibited their newest technologies and experimental innovations keeping the Oldsmobile name well associated. However, because of General Motor's various overlapping of its divisions and a changing Global atmosphere that included competitive asian car brands, the Oldsmobile was not able to compete and at the end of 2004 all Oldsmobile vehicles had been phased out and the 104 year old brand name ended.
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