The Toronado stands as a style and technology coup for Oldsmobile.
While it took on various guises during a long production run,
spanning from 1966 to 1992-some of which (like the final
fourth-generation models) may not quite be embraced by the
collector-car hobby just yet-the 1979-'85 Toronados are fast
becoming very collectible. Many fans appreciate the simple fact
that they are the last front-wheel-drive Toronados to feature a
traditional body-on-frame construction, while the appeal of their
luxurious design can't be denied.
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Seller States Original Mileage Of 38K
Features On This Front Wheel Drive Car Include:
307 ci (5.0L) V8 Engine
Power Brakes (New Brakes)
Twilight Sentinel Automatic Headlights
Power Door Locks
Power Seats Drivers And Passengers
Dual Chrome Remote Side Mirrors
Power Sun Roof
Rear Window Defroster
Automatic Ride Level
Paint In Autumn Maple Firemist With Matching Landau Vinyl Top
Autumn Red Leather Seat Interior
Whitewall Radials (New) With Spoke Wheels
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