General Motors Corp. will make the last Oldsmobile Thursday (April 29), ending a 107-year production run for the nameplate. Oldsmobile is America’s oldest automotive brand, and the second oldest in the world behind Daimler. The last Alero is scheduled to be built tomorrow. GM announced it was phasing out Oldsmobile after years of declining sales in December 2000. A $939 million charge to pay for the phase out, which included separation agreements with 2,800 Olds dealers, was ...
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