Oldsmobile Muscle and Pony cars are vehicles produced by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s. They are considered the predecessor of the modern muscle car, and were iconic in their own right. Oldsmobile Muscle cars are usually two door hardtops with powerful engines and powerful styling. Often labeled as “gutsy”, these vehicles had engines that ranged from 4-6 cylinders to larger, more powerful V8s. The sleek, muscular lines of the vehicles also added to their appeal. Pony cars were similar to the muscle car, but usually had a smaller, more compact frame. Pony cars were known for their ability to handle tight turns, as well as for their sporty style. They had smaller engines than the muscle cars, typically ranging from 4-6 cylinders, and usually had slightly less aggressive styling. All Oldsmobile Muscle and Pony cars are highly sought after as collector’s items. Their sleek styling and powerful engines make them a popular choice among collectors. As many of these vehicles are getting harder to find in good condition, prices for them have been steadily increasing over the past few years.