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I believe that the "Pink" 1957 98 Holiday is or at least close to a factory original color 2575H Royal Glow. Reference this Ditzler Color Chart: [url] I recall seeing a new model 1959 Olds with a similar stunning shade [url] of Russet Poly. on a San Francisco showroom.
Clinton — you might be right. The photos I found for Royal Glow made it look more red than this, but that’s possible. It seems too pink for Russet poly.
Oldsmobile gave 2 more laps to the Holiday nameplate later, in 1979 for a "sporty" version with buckets seats and console of the Delta 88 offered in 1979 and 1980 model years. And a dressed-up version of the 1984 Cutlass Ciera.
paintref is an excellent resource for color chips and combinations. They also have links to do google, yahoo, and bing image searches for cars of whatever color you’re looking at.
As for the Holiday name, my grandfather had a 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 2-door pillarless hardtop, and I don’t recall the Holiday name appearing anywhere on it.
According to Olds records, the 1970 CS hardtop was technically a Holiday coupe, as well. It’s not something they generally put on badges, as far as I know, but it would have been on the original window sticker and bill of sale, and possibly the title, as well.
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