The Oldsmobile Club of Ontario is a not for profit organization established July, 2017. The Club was formed to preserve the History of the Oldsmobile brand. No other domestic automobile builder can duplicate the long and glorious trail blazed by Oldsmobile. It began from a hand-built wooden carriage in 1897 to the last 2004 Alero on April 29, 2004. We cover every model Oldsmobile built and you don’t even have to own an Oldsmobile to enjoy the brand.
We are proud to be a supporter of the Ronald McDonald House since 2017
Born Ransom Eli Olds on June 3, 1864 Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio.
Died August 26, 1950 (aged 86) Lansing, Michigan.
The junior rockets club is a division of the Oldsmobile Club of Ontario setup to keep our hobbies alive for years to come. Children under the age of 18 years old are shown how to work on vehicles and learn how important our hobby and these vehicles are to preserve the history of them. Registration is free to our junior members.
We do except donated vehicles to help benefit our junior members and in part we continue to help the Ronald McDonald House once we sell the vehicles and donated the profits.
We have a large selection of items
Official Oldsmobile Club of Ontario merchandise