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Old 07-20-2006, 02:07 AM   #1
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Wasn't the Omega

an Oldsmobile vehicle?
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Re: Wasn't the Omega

Apparently, not in Brazil.
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Old 09-20-2006, 01:23 AM   #3
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Re: Wasn't the Omega

omega basically was the same as the nova...same frame different front end....same as the Buick Apollo....AND pontiac Ventura....
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Old 09-20-2006, 01:24 AM   #4
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Re: Wasn't the Omega

so if you need nova body parts...you could Gank some off any one of them....though you would have to have the same year of course....
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Re: Wasn't the Omega

yes is it the oldsmobile omega and i dont know why the Admins here are unknowledgable about GM vehicles so much that they placed the omega in the chevrolet forums

thats pretty sad.,. just another fine example of a forum out there in the world wide web with seemingly at least partially unknowledgable admins and moderators, it seems forums like to unfortunately alllow minimally knowledgable persons to moderate and run them, and like to skip over knowledgable candidates who would be glad to donate time to help out,

and what does brzil have anything to do with it ?
this is an american based forum, afaik,
oldsmobile was an automobile manufacturing division of the manufacturer known as the GM Corp, in America,

or did this forum get sold to a foreign entity ?
did i miss something ?


http://images.google.com/images?svnu...+omega&spell=1

buick apollo
http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=buick+apollo

chevrolet nova

pontiac ventura
http://images.google.com/images?svnu...ontiac+ventura

are all the same x body car

68-72 and 73-74 and 75-79

do a google picture search

theres lots out there, the interchange body panels and other parts, virtually all the same car

ive owned a 74 ventura and a few 75-79 novas

i will find another x body preferably a 76 -78

as the 75 look a little different and the 79 have ugly square headlights, or just the novas anyways

exported/foreign built cars such as brazilian ones arent the same as US ones- in most all cases,
sometimes are a whole different kind of car, but same name


and this concludes my soap box rant, and '68-79 GM X-body 101 lessons for today

good luck
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Re: Wasn't the Omega

Nova Omega Ventura Apollo

All the same cars, different front ends. Notice how the intials spell NOVA
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