His first horseless carriage, a vehicle made of whitewood and oak, resting on three steel-tired buggy wheels, steered by an iron lever, with a steam engine for power, appeared in 1886. Since that time more than 35 million cars bearing his name - Oldsmobile - have been sold. Olds, like Ford, Chrysler and the Dodge brothers changed the industrial and more so the cultural future of America.
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