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1963 Cadillac

1963 Cadillac line-up

1963 Cadillac line-up

1963 Cadillacs

1963 Cadillacs

Kaiser

Kaiser (US) 1946-1954

Oldsmobile

Oldsmobile (US) 1896 -

Established in 1896 by Ransom E. Olds. Part of General Motors since 1909. Oldsmobile became the technical leader within the GM concern after WW2. The 1949 oversquare 4.9 litre V8 'Rocket' engine was the first of its kind to appear. By 1951 the old sixes were dropped altogether. GM's X frame was standard on all models.

Oldsmobile

Packard

Packard (US)

Plymouth

Plymouth (US)

 

Plymouth was founded in 1928 as Chrysler's low-priced offering. Plymouths were slightly more expensive than similar Fords and Chevrolets, but had a higher spec.

 

The logo is a depiction of the Mayflower ship which landed at Plymouth Rock. The name Plymouth however was derived from Plymouth Binder Twine, a brand popular throughout the USA at the time.

Pontiac

Pontiac (US)

Studebaker

Studebaker (US) 1902-1966
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Studebaker Corp, South Bend, Indiana 1902-1954

Studebaker-Packard, South Bend, Indiana 1954-1964

Studebaker Corp of Canada Ltd, Hamilton Ontario 1964-1966

Buick

Buick (US)

Cadillac (US)

Cadillac (US)

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De Soto (US) 1928 - 1960

De Soto (US) 1928 - 1960

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