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1946 Oldsmobile 66 Club Sedan

1946 Oldsmobile 66 in Need for Speed: Rivals, Racing, 2013

Class: Cars, Sedan — Origin: US

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1946 Oldsmobile 66 Club Sedan

Picture provided by : Mark0

1946 Oldsmobile 66 Club Sedan

Picture provided by : Mark0

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ChoclitBunny NL (0)

2013-12-08 20:52

1942 Cadillac.

www.motorera.com/cadillac/cad1940/CAD42S.HTM

SwindonSwine HU (0)

2013-12-09 23:28

Most definitely a 40's GM car. I'm more partial to this car being a '46-'47 Oldsmobile, judging by the front gap where the grille would go normally.

www.oldcarmanualproject.com/brochures/Olds/1946/1946OldsmobileBrochure/1946%20Oldsmobile%20Brochure%20%2801%29.html

carcrasher88 US (20)

2013-12-10 00:03

The side trim even seems to match.

ChoclitBunny NL (0)

2013-12-14 14:34

1946 Oldsmobile 66 Club >>>>>>> COUPE <<<<<<<

I was wrong about 1942 Cadillac... this is a 1946 Oldsmobile 66 indeed... the swage line on the front wheel arch leaves no doubt about it... but it's a 2-door, so it's a Club Coupe, not a Club Sedan.

Tycek PL (169)

2013-12-14 17:56

www.oldcarmanualproject.com/brochures/Olds/1946/1946OldsmobileBrochure/1946%20Oldsmobile%20Brochure%20(06).html

Copy + paste the link. It seems to be not working usual way due to some strange IGCD adress thing.

Club Coupe looks totally different in the back.

-- Last edit: 2013-12-14 17:58:16

ChoclitBunny NL (0)

2013-12-14 22:25

It's clear to see that this car has 2 windows and 1 door on each side... the Club Sedan has 3 windows and 2 doors on each side.
And the sloping roof-backlight-trunk line is typical coupe.

Tycek PL (169)

2013-12-14 22:56

Since you still hasn't checked that link I think we're done here.

ChoclitBunny NL (0)

2013-12-14 23:53

OOps, I thought the link was 1 photo, but I just discovered that it's a 28 picture brochure.
I've checked al the 66 models, and their names make no sense to me...
I always thought a sedan is always 4 doors, but apparently not...
... and the (2-door) Club Sedan has a sloping backline, while the Club Coupe has a normal roof-backlight-trunk line... I find that very strange!
So it turns out this car is a Club Sedan indeed.

Tycek PL (169)

2013-12-15 09:20

Don't forget this was made in the '40s. I still sometimes see statement as two-door sedan, although is very rare these days. I think we can agree that car is Club Sedan and the problem is solved completely.

EEVEE(POKEMON) JP (146)

2019-07-09 22:16

We sure this isn't the Mercury coupe from the burnout series?

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