1949 Oldsmobile Series 76

The Oldsmobile Series 70 was produced by General Motors during the 1940s and very early 1950s. There were two versions, the 76 and the 78. Both the 76 and 78 were nearly identical, except for their mechanical components. The 6 and 8 in the 76 and 78 respectively symbolized their engine size. The 76 had a straight-six cylinder engine while the 78 had a stright-8. The 76 was produced for a longer period of time, lasting until 1950. The 78 was discontinued the year prior, in 1949. The vehicles were offered in a wide array of body styles including station wagons, coupes, convertibles, and sedans.
By Daniel Vaughan | Mar 2006

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1949 Series 76
1949 Oldsmobile Series 76 Price Range: $1,635 - $2,740

Model Year Production

1954Ford (1,165,942)Chevrolet (1,143,561)Plymouth (463,148)354,001
1953Chevrolet (1,346,475)Ford (1,247,542)Plymouth (650,451)334,462
1952Chevrolet (818,142)Ford (671,733)Plymouth (396,000)213,419
1951Chevrolet (1,229,986)Ford (1,013,381)Plymouth (611,000)285,615
1950Chevrolet (1,498,590)Ford (1,208,912)Plymouth (610,954)407,889
1949Ford (1,118,308)Chevrolet (1,010,013)Plymouth (520,385)288,310
1948Chevrolet (696,449)Ford (430,198)Plymouth (412,540)173,661
1947Chevrolet (671,546)Ford (429,674)Plymouth (382,290)194,388
1946Ford (468,022)Chevrolet (398,028)Plymouth (264,660)117,623

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