Decode Your Oldsmobile VIN

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Research your Oldsmobile with our VIN decoder

Enter your Oldsmobile's 17-digit VIN above to decode your VIN. We will show your vehicle specification and full vehicle history report, which includes thefts, detailed vehicle records, accidents, titles, and more. This information is compiled by from multiple sources including but not limited to DMVs, police records, insurance database and made public as a free, informational resource.

We also have a list of Oldsmobile's squish VIN information available in the table below. A squish vin is basically the first 11 characters of the full VIN Number. However, it does not contain the 9th character, which is a check digit to check the validity of a VIN number. With squish VIN, you can manually decode your Oldsmobile's VIN with just pen and paper. To learn more check out, What is a VIN Number

Oldsmobile Achieva 1996 1G3NL52TTM
Oldsmobile Alero 2002 1G3NK12F2C
Oldsmobile Aurora 1997 1G3GR62CV4
Oldsmobile Bravada 1991 1GHDT13ZM2
Oldsmobile Ciera 1995 1G3AJ55MS6
Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser 1990 1G3BP84YLR
Oldsmobile Cutlass 1997 1G3NG52MV6
Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais 1990 1G3NF54DLM
Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1991 2G3AJ14RM2
Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1991 1G3WT34TMD
Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight 1997 1G3HN52KV4
Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight Royale 1994 1G3HN52LRH
Oldsmobile Intrigue 2001 1G3WH52H1F
Oldsmobile LSS 1999 1G3HY52KX4
Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 1996 1G3CX52KT4
Oldsmobile Regency 1998 1G3HC52KW4
Oldsmobile Silhouette 1997 1GHDU06EVD
Oldsmobile Toronado 1990 1G3EZ13CLU

About Oldsmobile

Founded in 1897 in Michigan, Oldsmobile was among the oldest automobile manufacturers in the world, as well as the oldest surviving American marque at the time of its closure. The company was founded by Ransom E. Olds and was named after his surname. The first mass-produced car, the Oldsmobile Curved Dash, was produced by Olds in 1901. Oldsmobile remained in production until 2004 and gained a cult following as an American muscle icon.

Ransom Olds originally founded Oldsmobile as Olds Motor Vehicle. In only a few years of its founding, Olds, who was now the company’s general manager, had managed to build steam, gasoline, and electric prototype car models. The first model to roll off the production line, the Curved Dash, was sold at a price of $650, equivalent to almost $20,000 today. Olds tried hard to reach a bulk purchase agreement with dealers, which he eventually would, concluding a contract for 1,000 Curved Dash models with a dealer at the New York Automobile Show. However, as his company assumed a new President, Ransom Olds was ousted as general manager and vice president due to frequent differences with the new President.

Under the new President, Frederic Latta Smith, Oldsmobile was soon sold to the automobile giant General Motors (GM). A new era would begin for the brand which would last for 94 years until its demise in 2004. During the muscle car era in the United States, Oldsmobile would act as a formidable player. Though it produced tens of models, it would be most noted for the Starfire, 442, and Tornado. However, as the muscle car era came to an end in the 1980s, Oldsmobile would struggle to attract customers. The brand would experience a brief period of success during the mids 90s, but its sales slumped following the turn of the century. This finally prompted GM to discontinue the brand, ending one of the longest-reigning American automobile icons.

Supported Oldsmobile Models

OLDSMOBILE 442 Convertible 1970 - 1971 1
OLDSMOBILE Bravada 2001 - 2004 1
OLDSMOBILE Cutlass 1975 - 1963 2
OLDSMOBILE Silhouette 1996 - 2004 1
OLDSMOBILE Intrigue 1997 - 2002 1
OLDSMOBILE Toronado 1986 - 1992 4
OLDSMOBILE Aurora 2000 - 2003 2
OLDSMOBILE Alero coupe 1999 - 2004 1
OLDSMOBILE 88 1949 - 1953 1
OLDSMOBILE Curved Dash 1901 - 1907 1
OLDSMOBILE Alero sedan 1999 - 2004 1

Where to find my VIN Number?

You can find your VIN through the lower right of the windshield, and under the hood of your front engine.

As for Motorcycle VIN, you can lookup your VIN on the motorcycle frame, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requires all "two wheelers" or "three wheelers" or ATV to have the VIN displayed on the frame.

You can also do a VIN lookup or VIN number lookup on your insurance card/policy. You can learn more on how to locate your VIN from our guides as shown on the right side.

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