1996 Oldsmobile Aurora, perfect V8 take off.
Cut all three mufflers leaving the cat and a resonator. Sound so sexy. This
is what a northstar really sounds like. My favorite part is when it's like
a thunder-clap off of the trees behind me!
Oldsmobile Aurora - Straight Pipes
www.auroraclubna.com Here is my 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora with a muffler
delete, straight pipes from the y back. I know you aren't supposed to rev
your engine cold so I kept it to a minimum haha, but it was cold out and
the engine was just a little below operating temperature, hence the
smoke/steam or whatever
My 2012 winter beater: 2001 Olds Aurora 4.0L
Bought this car cheap in December of 2012 for the winter. This is a near
loaded Oldsmobile Aurora with a 4.0L Northstar based V8. A real nice
handling car with decent power. I sold it a few weeks ago.
A nice walk through of my 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora.
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really good gas mileage for what it is. This car only has 68K original
miles on it and it runs great. The exterior of this car is very nice and
cleaen. The paint has a nice shine to it but does show some signs of fading
in spots. The factory wheels are very nice and show hardly any road wear
and a wrapped in a nice set of tires. The interior is very nice on this car
and has been taken care of over the years. The drivers seat shows a little
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My '95 Aurora - Then and Now
This is a video that sort of chronologically goes through my first year and
a half of owning my car. The video shows the car right after I bought it,
with the chrome door protectors that have completely faded. And the
pin-striping, which I can't stand. Removing those two things really made
the car look different! It no longer looks like a Le-Sabre.
Then it goes to about the mid-point of ownership before I got my tints and
my Exhaust done. Then forwards to when
I had the Caddy Emblems on the car. A little after that I took out some of
the interior to do a clean sweep and fix some wires. And then of course it
goes to the car I have now. The last pictures were taken just a few days
ago. I got some wood put inside and did some chrome accents. The video
doesn't do them justice, I added just enough without it being too much, it
really brightens up my dark black interior.
To some who make think the wood and chrome are too much, I don't want to
hear it. I have shown my car to a lot of people and they all agree that it
looks great! I'm not the only one who got the wood inserts for my car
either, about twenty other members over at "ACNA" have them too. They
really do make the interior look more upscale.
RATE IT EVEN IF YOU HATE IT, BUT DON"T FLAME IT!!!!
I'M ALL FOR CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM, but just outright FLAMING me is wrong!
I have posted several videos of my Aurora before and all but one seem to
garner some really negative views. The only one that had any good
attention was the Slideshow of my car.
All the rest seem to bash me because of my Cadillac Emblems (which was an
experiment, btw). Others seemed to hate my Exhaust set up, which I agree, is a bit too
loud. I want to tone it down just a little bit, but I still like a low
Others hated the fact that I had a Subwoofer in the trunk. I don't
understand this, it's not the most powerful sub, but I don't get how
something like that ruins a car, this isn't my Grandma's car!
A lot of people hated my rims. I understand this because I don't really
like them either. The tires are too small for my car and the rims do look
cheap. They are chrome rims and no, I didn't not put them on. They had
the "A" on them when I got them, I have no idea what kind of rims they are.
And the other thing people hated was my tints. While I do agree they are
too dark, I don't mind. The tint makes this car look so much better. I
don't like stock "see through" windows. I don't want my car to look like
the rest of the Auroras out there. While stock is nice, I like to stand
out, and those don't like it, can stick it!
1995 Oldsmobile Aurora | Frontal Crash Test by NHTSA | CrashNet1
Impact speed: 35mph
Head Injury Criteria(HIC): Driver-687, Passenger-936
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