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1989 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight Royale

1989 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight Royale in Boomtown, TV Series, 2002-2003 IMDB Ep. 1.13

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1989 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight Royale

Position 00:10:14 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Sandie SX

2016-01-29 16:48

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HWJOE US

2016-01-29 17:00

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Oldsmobile Delta 88 , 1989?

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supcoach US

2016-01-29 17:12

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Delta 88 Royale

karoomay SY

2016-01-29 17:24

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CA plate 4AJP671 returns as a 1989 Delta 88 Royale FWD model on Carfax.

night cub US

2016-01-29 17:44

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Delta was dropped for 1989

karoomay SY

2016-01-29 18:00

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Don't know why both Carfax and the CA smog test site listed it as a Delta.

night cub US

2016-01-29 18:04

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They're not car geeks like we are.

Baube QC

2016-01-29 18:06

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or they are totally mixed up about Oldsmobile names like i am... ;)
Cutlass this, not Cutlass that....
88 in numbers, no in letters, Delta, not Delta, Royale, not Royale...
98 in numbers, no in letters, Regency, not Regency.....
All this mess gets my brain working, not working... :lol:

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shlc647 US

2016-01-29 22:32

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Emphasis on Carfax messes up on names here, which karoomay clarified for me. /vehicle_569589-Ford-E-350-2002.html

shlc647 US

2016-01-29 22:34

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Baube wrote or they are totally mixed up about Oldsmobile names like i am... ;)
Cutlass this, not Cutlass that....
88 in numbers, no in letters, Delta, not Delta, Royale, not Royale...
98 in numbers, no in letters, Regency, not Regency.....
All this mess gets my brain working, not working... :lol:


Ask an Oldsmobile fan like me. I may be able to help to a certain extent. Or ask cieraguy.

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Commander 57 US

2016-01-29 22:58

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All the Oldsmobile permutations were indeed confusing at that time.
I used to know them all back in the day but as memory fades, I rely on my handy-dandy NADA books and other reference sources such as the many brochures I collected and saved.

shlc647 US

2016-01-29 23:27

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I only have 2 Oldsmobile brochures, a 1991 and a 2001. The 1991 is the oldest brochure in my collection.

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Commander 57 US

2016-01-30 02:21

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I collected nearly every American auto brochure from 1976 through 1993 before I lost interest.
Still have them all in cardboard boxes.
A near irreplaceable collection!

shlc647 US

2016-01-30 03:51

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Well I just started collecting. I mostly have brochures from 2001 (I was born in 2001 so I thought appropriate) of American auto makes such as Pontiac, Chrysler and Buick as I like American autos from that time period. I also have a 2001 Nissan brochure. Collection is growing and all are in great condition.

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Commander 57 US

2016-01-30 04:20

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If you are interested cars, brochure collecting is a great hobby. It is inexpensive and an excellent information resource. I really enjoyed going around to the dealers each fall at the beginning of the model year gathering them.
Good luck with your collection!

Baube QC

2016-01-30 04:29

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Having a bunch of brochures too, starting from early 90's to 2016 and when i was at school, used to get them in double so i can take pics from them and decorate my school agendas with them . Got them in Montreal auto shows over the years and some were given to me by my mom's cousin . Sadly ,their condition varies mostly because they are often different sizes and they started getting damaged in the bag while i was still in the auto show from where i got them . But collection doesn't grow as much as it used to be because less manufacturers are giving them now
Mazda & Acura gives by selected models,
Mercedes gives a card that you register on a tablet and you scan the card near the car you want info and its sends it to your e-mail address
Toyota Lexus and Scion don't give any, BMW used to but starting this year there is no more

Baube QC

2016-01-30 04:45

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When you get them from dealers, do they give a generic one covering all models or they give one from each model ?
Do they give even if you are clearly not having any intention of buying a car ?

shlc647 US

2016-01-30 05:15

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Mostly from eBay for the older ones. Also from the San Francisco International Auto Show at the Moscone Center that happens every November for my area. I went into an Audi dealership back in 2011 and grabbed a few. I have been doing it since 2007. I've been interested in cars ever since I was born. Also the other reason is for 1st car ideas, I get my permit this July and it's always good to plan ahead. And Thank You Commander 57 for the wish of luck.

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Commander 57 US

2016-01-30 05:25

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I collected in the good old days when you could just walk into any dealership and there would be racks on the wall full of brochures of all the different models. Some makes (notably Buick) would have large, thick brochures with all the models in them but most had separate ones for each car line.
Again, I quit after 1993 so don't know what it is like today.

And yes, occasionally I could tell the salesmen weren't too pleased to see me swoop in, gather the brochures and leave. (I used to wander around the showroom until they were occupied with other customers then quickly help myself to one of each!)

Baube QC

2016-01-30 08:53

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Cool... :)

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