The cars factory options included A/C, power windows, 6-way electric seat, trunk lid latch, telescopic steering column, biophonic rear speaker deluxe push button radio chrome wheels, vanity visor.
I performed an extensive systems and mechanical restorations because it sat for many years. The body and interior are in excellent condition considering its age.
There are no cracks in the dash and all interior lights work including trunk and engine bay light. The AM/FM radio works but the speaker and antenna are not hooked up. Front lights open and close smoothly. Clock does not work.
A dream to cruise at 85 miles per hour. Smooth, quiet, and no shaking. Tires have only worn max 10%. Had paint professionally detailed by Lux Detailers of Salt Lake City. Driver side seat has a 3” separation at the seam. (pictured)
Have provided original cloth and welt (pictured)
If you’ve been looking to purchase 60’s classic car you won’t find a nicer, safer car than this one at this price. You can drive this car anywhere. Will provide receipts.
Following solid sales and critical success for the Buick Riviera, General Motors came out with a groundbreaking design for its next “personal-luxury” car.
I worked at Clark Oldsmobile in West Palm Beach, Florida, right after graduating high school in 1978. This (formerly) beautiful but still rare and unusual Oldsmobile Toronado came in for service and oil changes.
For the 1966 model year, Oldsmobile rolled out a relatively revolutionary car — a full-size car pulled around by its front wheels rather than pushed around by those at the rear.
Hagerty reports new trends in what bidders are buying
The Pick of the Day is iconic and seems solid and complete, but requires some cosmetic work
Sale likely the highest-dollar charity car of the week at Barrett-Jackson
The first pre-production hardtop was sold at Barrett-Jackson in Arizona
Like some other big-dollar cars, the proceeds will go to charity