Thank you for taking the time to consider Auto Inspection Service as your Oldsmobile service provider. Your service can be provided by anyone. We would like to go beyond service and provide you with an experience that keeps you coming back; to build a relationship based on trust. Everyone is looking for a service provider they can go to with confidence, wouldn’t you agree? Don’t you want the assurance that the work will be done by professionals who have the acquired skills to perform the job successfully with competence? The reality is, you want the facts about your vehicle and you want the truth. We will honor your request with moral character and ethical principles. We will be fair and impartial, giving you the reliance of fulfillment and promise.
Two Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty
WE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING SERVICES FOR YOUR OLDSMOBILE :
- Seat Covers and Floor Mats
- Oil Changes / Scheduled Maintenance
- Engine Tune Ups
- Wheel and Tire Service
- Repair / Reset Annoying Warning Lights
- Engine Performance
- Electrical Problems
- Engine Repair
- Engine Exchange: Re-manufactured or Used
- Automatic and Manual Transmissions Service
- Heating and A/C - HVAC
- Suspension Struts and Shocks
- Disc and Drum Brakes / ABS
- Steering Racks / Tie Rod Ends / Ball Joints
- Drive Shaft / U Joints / CV Shafts
- Exhaust and Muffler Repair
- Windshields and door glass
A Few Facts About Oldsmobile
Oldsmobile was a brand of American automobile produced by General Motors for 107 years which was first manufactured by the Olds Motor Works in Lansing, Michigan, a company founded in 1897, and purchased by General Motors in 1908.
In 1901, the company produced 425 cars, making it the first high-volume gasoline-powered automobile manufacturer.
The 1901 to 1904 Oldsmobile Curved Dash was the first mass-produced car made from the first automotive assembly line, an invention that is often miscredited to Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company.
In 1937, Oldsmobile was a pioneer in introducing a four-speed semi-automatic transmission called the "Automatic Safety Transmission".
For the 1940 model, Oldsmobile was the first auto manufacturer to offer a fully automatic transmission, called the Hydramatic, which featured four forward speeds.
For the 1949 model, they introduced their Rocket engine, which used an overhead valve V8 design rather than the flathead "straight-8" design which prevailed at the time. This engine produced far more power than the engines that were popular during that era, and found favor with hot-rodders and stock car racers.
Oldsmobile was among the first of General Motors' divisions to receive a true hardtop in 1949, and it was also among the first divisions to receive a wraparound windshield, a trend that eventually all American makes would share at sometime between 1953 and 1964.
In 1959, Oldsmobile models were completely redesigned with a rocket motif from front to rear, as the top of the front fenders had a chrome rocket, while the body-length fins were shaped as rocket exhausts which culminated in a fin-top taillight.
After the tremendous success of the early 1980s, things changed quickly for Oldsmobile, and by 1990 the brand had lost its place in the market.
In spite of Oldsmobile's critical successes since the mid-1990s, General Motors announced in December 2000 their plans to phase out the Oldsmobile brand.
The final production day for Oldsmobile was April 29, 2004. The division's last car built was an Alero GLS 4-door sedan, which was signed by all of the Olds assembly line workers. It is on display at the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum located in Lansing, Michigan.
Oldsmobile is especially known for its competition in NASCAR. Beginning with the Rocket 88, Oldsmobile proved heavily competitive in stock car racing.