For 1924, Oldsmobile offered a single model and a single engine, the Model 30-B Six. Power came from a six-cylinder, 169 cubic-inch unit offering 42 horsepower. They had a three-speed selective sliding gearbox with a Borg & Beck, single plate dry disc clutch. Several body styles were offered including a roadster, tourer, coupe, brougham, and sedan. Pricing began at $880 for the roadster and rose to $13,60 for the 2-door, 4-seater Brougham. by Daniel Vaughan | Apr 2013
John Calvin Schutte was born in Pennsylvania in 1857. He married Stella Selinda Steele (born 1866) of Lancaster County, PA. This union produced four children, Anna M., Charles Edward, Henry Lewis and James Walter. Charles Edward, the second born chil....[continue reading]
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1924 Oldsmobile Model 30-B Production Figures
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44,854 total vehicles produced by Oldsmobile in 1924 The 1924 Oldsmobile Model 30-B accounted for 79.1% of Oldsmobile's 44,854 production.