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The Starfire gained an exclusive razor-edged roof treatment utilizing a concave backlight similar to that of the new Pontiac Grand Prix.
Models and drivetrains in both the Dynamic 88 and Super 88 series were unchanged from The Jetstar 88 used the smaller V8 and Jetaway Super Turbine two-speed automatic transmission in place of the cubic-inch V8 and Roto Hydramatic found in other Oldsmobiles, and 9.
Oldsmobile also introduced the Jetstar I for With the introduction of the Jetstar 88, the Dynamic 88 models were elevated up the rung for the model year.
Dynamic 88s could be had in four door-sedan and hardtop bodies, two-door hardtop, convertible and station wagon models.
Total production for both four-door Super 88 models reached 19, assemblies for the model year. From to , production per model Super or Dynamic and seating capacity six or nine passenger never broke 15, units.
The division introduced a new Vista Cruiser wagon in mid that featured a raised roofline and skylights over the rear seat and cargo area. The models were offered with six- or nine-passenger seating with all seats facing forward.
This allowed Oldsmobile and Buick, which used the same body and stretch wheelbase for its Sport Wagon to offer a wagon comparable in overall size to the full-sized Chevrolet Impala and Pontiac Catalina wagons, but without diluting the cache of its full-size cars with a utilitarian body style.
The Delta name in was an upscale trim line of the Dynamic 88, the Dynamic 88 Delta , replacing the previous top-series B-body Olds, the Super All Olds models featured all new styling and engineering.
Also introduced this year was a new cubic-inch Super Rocket V8 with horsepower ratings ranging from to depending on carburation and compression ratio.
The new three-speed Turbo Hydramatic transmission with torque converter replaced the Roto Hydramatic used since Also new to the option list for on all B-body cars was a four-speed manual transmission with Hurst floor shifter, which was a seldom-ordered offering.
Few styling changes other than revised grilles and tail sections marked the full-sized Oldsmobiles. The sporty Jetstar I series was dropped with a lower-priced Starfire only offered as a hardtop coupe taking its place.
Comfortron permitted the driver to automatically set a year-round temperature at a constant level. The basic Frigidaire air conditioning unit offered in previous years continued as before and becoming an increasingly popular option on full-sized Oldsmobiles.
Another new option for was a Tilt-and-Telescopic steering wheel that could be vertically adjusted to six different positions as well as telescoped outward from the instrument panel to improve driver comfort.
For , all GM full-size cars received a mid cycle freshening that featured fuller body panels. For the first time since , the dual headlights were split apart by parking lights.
Interiors made extensive use of wood-tone panels, and bright metal finishes were kept to a minimum. Model wise, there was more name juggling.
The Delmont 88 was introduced for and produced for just two years, replacing both the Jetstar 88 and Dynamic 88 model lines.
The Delmont featured the V8 as standard and the V8 as an option in and the new stroked "Rocket " version of the same engine in The was standard on the Delta The Delta 88 gained a new sub series called the Delta Custom which had a plusher interior than the standard Delta 88 featuring a Strato bench seat in the Holiday four-door hardtop sedan or, in the Holiday four-door hardtop coupe, a choice of either Strato bucket seats with console or Strato bench seat with armrest.
Another styling cue for the Delta Custom was the addition of a second set of tail light reflectors set into the lower portion of the bumper.
New options for included front disc brakes, stereo 8-track tape player and a Climate Combustion Control system for Rocket V8s designed to regulate carburetor air temperature, boost fuel economy, speed choke warm up and eliminate winter icing to permit easier starting and more efficient operation in cold weather.
The same assortment of and cubic-inch V8 engines were carried over from , as were most transmission offerings except the optional four-speed manual with Hurst shifter, which was discontinued due to low buyer interest.
For , the overall design was a carry over. Horsepower ratings of other Olds engines included for the two-barrel standard in the Delmont 88, for the four-barrel optional in the Delmont Both the and two-barrel Rocket V8 engines were designed to use regular gasoline while the optional and four-barrel carburated "Ultra High Compression" Super Rocket V8s required premium fuel.
The 88 series dropped the Delmont name, leaving the Delta 88 as the base model of the series. The Royale trim appeared on a top-line Holiday coupe and came standard with a more luxurious interior featuring a notchback vinyl upholstered bench seat with armrest or Strato bucket seats with optional center console.
For safety, a ceiling mounted shoulder belt was offered in the front seats for both the driver and right passenger.
This arrangement provided five belt buckles in the front bench seat. The standard engine in the base Delta 88 was a cubic-inch 9. The two-speed Jetaway automatic that was previously offered as an option on the smaller engine 88 models was dropped completely in favor of the GM three-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission previously only offered with the larger engines.
All full-sized Oldsmobiles were completely restyled for with more squared off bodylines and rooflines for the Holiday coupes and sedans replacing the semi-fastback look of —68, and ventless front windows on all models.
Wheelbases were increased by one-inch to inches 3. Though the models were extensively restyled, the basic chassis design and inner-body structure was retained along with the roofline on the pillared four-door Town sedans.
The high-beam lights indicator was a red rocket located on the dash. Also new was a steering column-mounted ignition switch that also locked the steering wheel when not in use — a feature found on all model General Motors passenger cars, a year before locking steering columns were required by federal mandate starting in Only detail changes were made for the full-sized Oldsmobiles including a new split grille that no longer extended to surround the headlights and a slightly revised rear section.
Powertrain selections were carried over from with both and cubic-inch Rocket V8s now featuring "Positive Valve Rotators" for longer engine life and more efficient operation.
A new antenna impregnated into the windshield was introduced this year that replaced the previous fender-mounted unit and was included as standard equipment on all cars equipped with a factory radio.
Optional radio was a stereo AM-FM radio and a lower dash mounted eight track tape player. It reached its maximum size in at an astounding It was available as a pillared four-door Town Sedan, two-door and four-door Holiday hardtops and a convertible.
Series models for included the base Delta 88, Delta 88 Custom and Delta 88 Royale, the latter inheriting the convertible body style previously offered on the base Delta All models received fuselage styling somewhat similar to what Chrysler Corporation introduced on its models, and new rooflines with a more squared off greenhouse for Town sedans and more rounded lines for Holiday sedans and coupes — the latter receiving reverting to a semi-fastback format.
Also new for was the Custom Cruiser station wagon, the first full-sized Oldsmobile wagon since The Custom Cruiser came standard with the larger Rocket V8 and utilized the disappearing clamshell tailgate of other full-size GM wagons.
Engine offerings again included and cubic-inch Rocket V8s ranging from to gross horsepower, all of which featured lowered compression ratios beginning in to enable use of lower octane regular leaded 91 RON octane, low-lead or unleaded gasoline.
Vented power front disc brakes and variable-ratio power steering were now standard equipment on all 88 models. During the model year the Turbo Hydra-matic transmission was added to the standard equipment list.
Other highlights for included a wrap-around instrument panel shared with Ninety-Eight and Toronado models Toronados had a slightly smoother upper leading edge design that was highlighted by a large square speedometer and all controls within easy reach of the driver, and a one-year only Flo-Through ventilation system that utilized vents in the trunklid.
The system used on all GM B-, C- and E-body cars and the Chevrolet Vega , used the heater fan to draw air into the car from the cowl intake, and force it out through vents in the trunk lid or tailgate.
In theory, passengers could enjoy fresh air even when the car was moving slowly or stopped, as in heavy traffic. The ventilation system was extensively revised for For , the Delta Custom series was dropped and the Royale series was expanded to include four-door Town and Holiday sedans.
Advertised brake horsepower figures dropped to for the base two-barrel and for the optional four-barrel Rocket V8s thanks to an industry-wide switch in power measurements from the previous gross method as measured by a dynamometer with no accessories attached to the net method in which the power measurements were based upon an engine "as installed" in a vehicle with all emission controls and accessories hooked up.
Only minor trim changes were made this year that included revised "waterfall" grilles in front and four-segment taillights in the rear.
Inside a revised "Flo-Through" ventilation system utilizing vents in the doorjambs replaced the version which utilized vents in the trunklid. Model offerings were the same as with the Delta 88 Royale series now including the sole Olds convertible offering following the demise of the intermediate Cutlass Supreme convertible after Director Sam Raimi regularly includes a Delta 88 in his films.
Also, new rooflines were featured on Holiday hardtop coupes with large fixed triangular side windows in the widened "C" pillar. Unlike the big Chevrolet formal-roof coupes, the Olds retained a small roll-down rear window.
As Oldsmobile completely discontinued two-barrel carbureted engines this year, a new four-barrel Rocket V8 horsepower became standard equipment with the available as an option.
Other highlights this year included an all-new flat instrument panel shared with Ninety-Eight and Toronado models with horizontal sweep speedometer and "Message Center" system of warning lights replacing the wrap-around dash of previous years.
The Delta 88 Royale ragtop was again the only convertible offered by Olds. All engines were hooked up to a catalytic converter that not only mandated the use of unleaded gasoline but also spelled the end of dual exhaust systems.
Just under Delta 88 Royale convertibles were built in as Oldsmobile made a concerted effort to target the convertible buyer market at the time.
The headline on a print ad for a Olds Delta 88 Royale convertible stated, "Today a beautiful Olds convertible.
The featured car in the ad was a red Delta 88 Royale rag top. For , the final year of this generation, all Olds 88s received revised grille work, rectangular headlamps and parking lamps directly below instead of in the bumper, with Delta 88 Royale models also getting spring-loaded stand-up hood ornaments.
It was also the final year for the Holiday hardtop coupes and sedans, along with the Rocket V8 and the optional airbag system that would generally become universal on production cars and trucks some 15 years later.
A one-year only option on Delta 88 Royale Holiday coupes was the Royale Crown Landau package that included a stainless steel roof bar, padded rear quarter vinyl roof, special hood ornament and color-keyed wheelcovers.
Both base Delta 88 and Royale models were now only offered in two pillared body styles; a two-door coupe and a four-door Town Sedan.
A fuel economy gauge was optional. Initially, the Oldsmobile engine came in California and high-altitude cars, the Chevrolet engine came in cars with Federal emissions equipment.
The use of a Chevrolet engine caused a situation known as the "Chevy-mobile" affair. GM settled with some Oldsmobile owners by offering them warranty extensions for the Chevrolet-engined Oldsmobiles, or the option of returning those cars in exchange for an Oldsmobile with a genuine Rocket V8.
As in previous years, base Delta 88 and Royale models differed mainly in exterior and interior trim. The new dash was highlighted with woodgrain trim.
The dimmer switch moved from the floor to the turn-signal lever. For , a Holiday 88 coupe was added to the lineup, featuring Strato bucket seats along with console and floor shifter, Super Stock wheels and two-tone paint schemes.
All 88 models received new grilles and revised taillights with drivetrains the same as except for the addition of the Diesel V8 to the option list.
The year saw the addition of a new Delta 88 Royale Brougham series added to the line, which included plush "pillowed" seat trim similar to the Ninety-Eight.
All models again received revised grilles and other minor changes. It was the last year for the V8 as federal fuel-economy mandates spelled the end of larger engines in order to meet those requirements.
For , all 88s got new and more aerodynamic sheetmetal for improved fuel economy highlighted by rounded square taillights similar to mids 88s, but overall dimensions stayed the same and coupes received a revised roofline.
All other engines except the now-discontinued were carried over from Only minor grille and taillight lens revisions highlighted the Delta 88s.
The gasoline Rocket V8 was dropped from the option list, leaving only the diesel version available. The sporty Holiday 88 coupe was offered for the last time this year.
The year saw only minor trim changes for Delta 88, Royale and Royale Brougham models. For , all Oldsmobile 88s received new grilles, hood ornaments and minor trim revisions including new steering wheels.
This would be the last year for the base Delta 88 line, leaving only the Royale and Royale Brougham after this year. Engine offerings were down to three, a standard Buick cubic-inch V6 , or optional Oldsmobile V8s including the Rocket and Diesel.
For , all Delta 88s were now Royale or Royale Brougham models. Styling highlights included new grille inserts and red and amber taillights replacing the red lenses.
At mid-year, a new Royale Brougham LS was added to the 88 line almost simultaneous to the introduction of a new and downsized front-wheel drive Ninety-Eight.
With the Ninety-Eight being downsized and converted to front-drive, the Royale Brougham LS model of the 88 was now the largest and most luxurious rear-wheel drive car offered by Oldsmobile.
Custom Cruiser wagons continued with the same styling changes found on other 88 models. Only minor changes marked the model, which was in its last year before a major downsizing and conversion to front-wheel-drive.
Though the 88 sedans and coupes were downsized and switched to front-drive for , the Custom Cruiser station wagons would continue virtually unchanged through the model year and eventually become the only Oldsmobile model powered by an Oldsmobile Rocket V8 engine, for which production ended in after 42 years.
For , the Delta 88 switched platforms from the GM B platform to the smaller front-wheel drive H platform , with a wheelbase of only A few NASCAR teams built racecars with Delta 88 sheetmetal and ran them on the circuit in the seasons; however only one victory with Terry Labonte was scored.
Due to the federal mandate to add passive restraints, door mounted seat belts were added for For , rear shoulder belts were added.
For , the "Delta" name was dropped, as was the hood ornament, leaving the model to simply become the "Eighty Eight," now spelled out instead of using the "88" in numerical form, and deleted the amber color from the taillights.
A driver airbag became an available option. The Eighty Eight was given a mild facelift in , eliminating the former chromed grille for a body-colored fascia with four slots and the Oldsmobile Rocket logo.
In the rear, new taillights and backup lights extended across the body; once again, chrome trim was deleted. Minor revisions were also made to the interior.
The implication was that casting directors would take note and her next film would be a step up To understand this film you need to understand two things initially: The films of the 70s -- now almost a "lost decade" to reviewers -- deliberately broke all the rules of editing, pacing, cinematography, continuity As such, they succeeded, but they still were not especially good films, nor did audiences get much joy from them.
In other words, both were artificially created by bureaucrats. In the case of Canada, the industry lucked out when American producers, fed up with high costs and tough unions, saw a chance to reduce top-line costs by shooting in the North.
While the Canadian industry is financially successful, and has spawned some excellent product, it still remains the easiest venue in which to produce knock-offs, bad sequels, and B-movies where the main goal is a successful financing and not necessarily a satisfied audience.
That it was produced in Canada only serves to emphasize how this was at its core a financial exercise, not an artistic one. And to those reviewers who dare suggest that the presence of Christopher Lloyd and Michael Ironside somehow raises this to an A-class production, all I can say PA-LEEZE, the former is at a point in his career where any work is good work; and the latter has of late mainly become a voice actor for animation.
The fact that Ironside himself is Canadian and started his career by making Canadian films in the 70s only adds a new and un-needed sheen of irony to any discussion of "88".
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