1941 Oldsmobile Series 60 Special

The 1951 Oldsmobile Series 60 had an L-head 238 cubic-inch six-cylinder engine offering 100 horsepower. The Eight-cylinder option was a 257 cubic-inch unit with 110 horsepower. The transmission was a sliding gear, synchromesh manual three-speed unit and hydraulic, cast-iron drum brakes were located at all four corners. Body styles included a convertible, business coupe, 2- and 4-door sedan, and a station wagon. Pricing began at $850 and rose to $1,220.


by Daniel Vaughan | Aug 2019

Related Reading : Oldsmobile Series 60 History

The Oldsmobile Series 60 was introduced in the late 1930s and remained in production until 1948 when the six-cylinder engine was given a larger displacement, to 257 cubic-inches. The Series 60 was Oldsmobiles entry level vehicle, offered in two flavors, the 66 and the 68. The Model 66s were powered by a six-cylinder engine that displaced 238 cubic-inches the 68 had an eight-cylinder engine.....
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1941 Vehicle Profiles

1941 Oldsmobile Series 60 Special vehicle information

Station Wagon

Chassis Num: 6654477

The Oldsmobile Station Wagon, with a Series designation of 66, denotes that it is a six-cylinder version of the Oldsmobile Special. The 238 cubic-inch engine offers 100 horsepower and is mated to the company's first fully automatic transmission, the ....[continue reading]

1941 Oldsmobile Series 60 Special vehicle information

Station Wagon

With the onset of World War II, production of Buick 'Woody' wagons was quite rare. Since station wagons were generally utility vehicles, they were often well used, or even abused, making any survivors exceptionally rare.....[continue reading]

Station Wagon
Chassis #: 6654477 
Station Wagon
 


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1941 Series 60 Special
$1,175-$11,205
1941 Oldsmobile Series 60 Special Price Range: $850 - $1,175

$1,060 - $1,575

Model Year Production

#1#2#3Oldsmobile
1946Ford (468,022)Chevrolet (398,028)Plymouth (264,660)117,623
1942Chevrolet (254,885)Ford (160,432)Plymouth (152,427)67,783
1941Chevrolet (1,008,976)Ford (691,455)Plymouth (522,080)270,040
1940Ford (541,896)Chevrolet (541,896)Plymouth (430,208)192,692
1939Chevrolet (577,278)Ford (487,031)Plymouth (423,850)137,249
1938Chevrolet (465,158)Ford (410,263)Plymouth (285,704)99,951
1937Ford (942,005)Chevrolet (815,375)Plymouth (566,128)200,886
1936Ford (930,778)Chevrolet (918,278)Plymouth (520,025)200,546

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