In this 1951 General Motors advertisement “Everybody’s Looking At The Key Values For 1951!” In 1951 General Motors claimed the finest models yet produced by Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick and Cadillac and they were centers of attraction everywhere.
Customers said that Chevrolet automobiles and other GM cars were “thrilling to drive as they were to behold.” See the 1951 General Motors Automobiles below. “The net result is the richer beauty, finer quality and superb performance that make the new GM cars the key value for 1951.”
In 1951 Oldsmobile dropped it 6 cylinder engine. All Oldsmobile models were equipped with a Rocket V-8. A mid priced Super 88 Oldsmobile cost $2328.00 in 1951. The Olds 98 featured a unique tailight and side trim. A total of only 285,615 Oldsmobile were produced in 1951.
1951 General Motors Cars
For 1951 Buick’s former buck tooth grille was redesigned. Three front fender portholes or ventiports identified a Buick as a Special or Super. A Roadmaster had four portholes. A Dynaflow badge on the rear fender indicated a automatic transmission. Cadillac’s changed very little for 1951.
1951 Chevrolet Wagon
1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Restored