The clock is ticking for Oldsmobile dealers. Sometime in 2004 – General Motors Corp. has yet to set a final execution date – the 105-year-old Oldsmobile brand will sell its last vehicle. Since late 2000, when GM first announced the demise of the division, Oldsmobile dealers have been reticent to accept monetary settlement that doesn't come close to covering the emotional ordeal of closing down businesses that took a lifetime to build. Fast Facts 2,801 Oldsmobile dealers when ...

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