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1936 Oldsmobile Series F news, pictures, specifications, and information
Touring Sedan
 
For 1936, the Oldsmobile Series F received minor restyling. The L-head six-cylinder engine displaced 213 cubic-inches and produced 90 horsepower. The wheelbase measured 115-inches and had an overall length of nearly 189 inches. The body styles included a convertible, business coupe, sport coupe, 2- and 4-door sedan, and 2- and 4-door touring sedan. Total production for 1936 for the F-Series was 158291, making up a significant portion of the overall Oldsmobile sales.

Changes for 1936 included moving the door handles from the front to the rear. Another change was to the headlights, which were moved slightly higher.

By Daniel Vaughan | Oct 2010
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