Ransom E. Olds was an automotive pioneer. He formed the Olds Motor Company in 1897. In 1901, the Curved Dash Oldsmobile (not the Ford Model T) became the first mass-produced vehicle. But in 1905, due to a dispute with financiers who had taken control, Olds left his company. Then in 1908 he founded a new company called REO, using his initials. In 1931, he introduced the REO Royale, a car ahead of its time and perhaps his greatest accomplishment. (Oldsmobiles became part of General Motors and were made continuously until 2004—a span of 107 years—except when car production was halted for World War II. REO, a victim of the Depression, stopped making cars in 1935, but made trucks until 1973 under the REO, White and Diamond T names.) This portrayal of a ‘31 Royale highlights the majesty of its front end. Only 15 available in the whole world before we ‘break the mold’. Numbered, signed C of A attests to the rarity and value of your art.
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