OAKLAND MODELS STAND.
The New York Times
November 19, 1921
P. S. du Pont, President of the General Motors Corporation, has denied that the company was contemplating any change in the Oakland models in the immediate future. In a statement issued last night, Mr. du Pont says that "it is but natural that there shouls have been constant gossip during the past few weeks while automobile price revisions were under way. The policies of the General Motors Corporation with respect to certain of its manufacturing units were not immune, the future of Oakland being the subject of persistent rumors.
"This division is in a healthy condition, with its business stabilized and sales increasing. The present line of passenger cars, with general improvements, will be continued for the 1922 selling seasons. Thereafter, new models may be required by the trade may be introduced."
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