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In order to fight the rising popularity of imported compact cars in the 1970′s, Oldsmobile brought their own compact car to market the quickest way they knew how, by rebadging the Chevrolet Nova and calling it the Omega. The Omega … Continue reading
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Is a Chevrolet Nova by any other name still a Nova? General Motors would say no. Which is why Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick and even Cadillac each got their own Nova to be known as the Pontiac Ventura, Oldmobile Omega, Buick … Continue reading
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The 1970′s era Pontiac Ventura and it’s sister cars, the Chevrolet Nova, Oldsmobile Omega and Buick Apollo represent General Motors badge engineering in full swing. In the 1970′s it was common for Pontiacs to be restyled Chevrolets, but the Ventura … Continue reading
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Seeing the rising popularity of smaller luxury imports from Europe, General Motors and Cadillac decided to launch their version of the smaller luxury car, the Cadillac Seville. Mercedes-Benz and BMW were gaining traction in the American car market in the … Continue reading