1975 OLDSMOBILE Starfire, 97

1975 OLDSMOBILE Starfire, 97" wb

STARFIRE — Oldsmobile introduced the subcompact Starfire, smaller than the compact Omega introduced in 1973. The Starfire was based on the Chevrolet Monza. Rolling on a 97-inch wheelbase, the Starfire was the smallest postwar Oldsmobile. Standard equipment included: armrests, power brakes with front discs, cigarette lighter, bumper rub strips, V-6 engine, carpeting, electronic ignition, stowaway spare tire, custom sport steering wheel and four-speed transmission. Standard tire size was BR78-13. Upholstery was vinyl or cloth. All Starfires were made in the General Motors plant at St. Therese in Quebec, Canada.

 

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