CAR FOR SALE
Taking its name from Oakland County in Michigan, the marque was founded in 1908 by Edward Murphy. Becoming a division of General Motors the following year, a range of body styles was offered with power coming from four-cylinder, six-cylinder and V8 engines. Production of Oakland cars ended in 1931 as GM concentrated on its Pontiac brand.
This 1929 model is a four-door, four-seat tourer that I’d say is in solid condition and with an engine that was running before it was put into storage