1974 Oldsmobile Omega S



Following the trend of the other large American car manufacturers, Oldsmobile announced a small car in 1973: the Omega. It was one of 3 X-body Chevrolet Nova clones – the others being the Buick Apollo released in 1973, and the Pontiac Ventura introduced in 1971. It shared the Nova's body and many of its mechanicals, but it had its own unique nose and tail, and, being an Oldsmobile, it had a little fancier trim than the Nova. It even borrowed the Nova's dashboard, but Olds added woodgrain trim to it for a more upscale look.




















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