No other domestic automobile builder can duplicate the long and glorious trail blazed by Oldsmobile. It spans the curious hand-built wooden carriage which chugged to life in 1897 to the last 2004 Alero that left the Lansing, Michigan plant on April 29, 2004. With our long heritage, no other club can offer the broad coverage of the Oldsmobile Club of America. We have an interest in and cover each of the Oldsmobile models built and anyone interested in this fine automotive nameplate can join. Members are not required to own an Oldsmobile.
Established in 1970, the Oldsmobile Club of America (OCA) covers all elements of the collector car hobby. If it is antique, special interest, performance, racing, stock, or modified Oldsmobile related, you will find it under the OCA banner.
Although the club does not directly sell Oldsmobiles or parts, many of our members do. Each month, our club magazine, Journey with Olds, is filled with hundreds of specialized cars and parts ads both for the buyer and seller. With a membership, you are automatically enrolled in this program and have the opportunity to place a free monthly classified advertisement.