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That Great Cutlass Feeling

That Great Cutlass Feeling Advertising Button Museum
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This button shows an ad slogan for the Oldsmobile Cutlass that was used in 1977 and 1978. The Cutlass was Oldsmobile's best seller in the 1970s and 1980s, and had models such as the Supreme, Salon, and Calais. Ransom E. Olds founded the Oldsmobile Motor Vehilce Co. in Lansing, Michigan in 1897, but left the company in 1904. The 1901-1904 Oldsmobile Curved Dash model was the first car manufactured on an assembly line, an innovation often credited to Henry Ford. Ford' Co. was the first to manufacture cars on a moving assembly line.

General Motors purchased the company in 1908 and manufactured Oldsmobiles until the brand was discontinued in 2004.

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