Wouldn't it be nice to have an escape machine ? We are very excited to offer for sale this very rare and unique 1970 Oldsmobile Toronado GT . The final year for the first generation Toronado was 1970 and Oldsmobile produced a total of 25,433 Toronado's in 70 they only produced 5341 with the GT package. Finding one today in this condition is a rare find and we are pleased to offer this cool classic for sale .The car was repainted some years back to the original color and the interior is in outstanding good condition. we have found no rust issues only minor surface rust in the normal areas . The power train is strong and does not smoke , rattle or show signs of wear or misuse.Powered with the rocket 455 V8 and 400 HP makes this one tough luxury car and makes sense that in 1970 they dubbed it the getaway machine .Seats dash and electrical are all like the rest of the car in good working and cosmetic condition and the stereo still sports the factory 8 track system . Dig out those old 8 tracks you have not listen to for the last 35 years and go back in time with luxurious hard top escape machine. Please call Ross 541 420 1448 cell. Vin #39487M609558 Priced to sell $9.500
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