(Hurst/Olds Oddities)

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The only thing 'Odd' about the following cars is that they fall out of the realm of the standard production Hurst/Olds.
Perhaps they should be know as rarities, but the Hurst/Olds automobile by itself is a rare car.....

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1972 Hurst/Olds Prototype

This is a replica of the 1972 Hurst/Olds prototype that appeared at the 1972 Los Angeles auto show. This replica is owned and restored by Jon Wessel and the pic's were taken at the 1999 H/OCA National Meet.

Hurst/Olds Mini's

These are 2 mini cars that were found in the Oldsmobile 100th Anniversary parade in Lansing, MI, August 1997

1972 H/O

1983 H/O

1984 Hurst/Olds Pro Stock Dragster

This is Warren Johnson 1984 Hurst/Olds Stock Car. This shot was taken at the February 1985 Chicago Auto Show after the 1984 Drag race season was over with.

At the1985 Chicago Auto Show

1969 Hurst/Olds Convertible

It's been disputed that 2 or 3 were originally made. This car was reported to be the 3rd one made after
the second one was destroyed in an accident. These shots were taken at the Oldsmobile 100th Anniversary Celebration
in August of 1997.

1972 Hurst/Olds Stationwagons

These 2 cars were official 'track cars' at the 1972 Indianapolis 500. Both were detailed in livery of the 1972 Pace Car
for the race, which of course was the 1972 Hurst Olds.

Medical Car

Press Car

1974 Hurst/Olds Delta 88 Convertible

These cars were used as track cars to parade celebities and guests on the track. The 1974 Hurst/Olds was the pace car but the Indy 500 track required convertibles for the parade lap cars, the Delta 88 was chosen.

At the Olds Centenntial Celebration Parade