Oldsmobile Body Kits & Ground Effects

About Oldsmobile Body Kits

Razzi. JKS. Duraflex. Carbon Creations. T5i. Those are just some of the high-quality suppliers that we use here at CARiD to give you the opportunity to upgrade your Oldsmobile into a dream machine. Spruce up that Alero, put a sharper edge on that Cutlass, achieve something with that Achieva, play that eighty-eight like a piano—when you add an Oldsmobile Body Kit from one of our industry-leading vendors. We’ve got dynamite aftermarket parts made out of Duraflex, carbon fiber, ABS or even factory-style flexible urethane. Add some style to your ride!

There’s nothing like driving down the road watching heads turn as you and your car pass by the crowd. And there’s no better way to swivel those heads than to install some cool-looking body parts form CARiD, making your ride more uniquely yours. It’s easy! And fun!

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The purpose of automobile bumpers is to protect functional and cosmetic areas of the car from damage during low-speed impacts. For many decades, bumpers were heavy chrome-plated steel bars bolted onto a vehicle's front and rear. Today's vehicles still have an actual metal bumper beam, but it's structural only and lighter in weight. A plastic piece known as a bumper...
There are body kits that are very carefully designed to control the airflow around the car, and there are body kits made to give the car a racing look, a look that not necessarily is more aerodynamic than the original but gives a performance character to the vehicle. It is more a choice between a kit that provides the best look per dollar and a kit that provides...
Regardless of the body kit material you choose, the end result will only be as good as the quality of the installation. Fiberglass parts are relatively easy to produce and inexpensive to buy, but their fit and finish as delivered is not as good as parts made from polyurethane or ABS plastic. Polyurethane is another popular material for body kit parts. Let’s take...