1983 Oldsmobile Toronado. Original unrestored 20,487 miles. Beautiful dark blue exterior on dark blue cloth interior. This Toronado is powered by the original 307 CI, 5.0L V8 engine mated to a smooth shifting 4spd. automatic transmission with overdrive. These cars are becoming harder to come by and almost impossible to find with this low of miles. Our Toronado is extremely well equipped and features power steering, power disk brakes, power windows, defrost, cruise control, power seat, power locks, AC, tilt steering column, Twilight Sentinel lights, electric trunk lock, perfect and beautiful wood grain throughout the interior, rear luggage mat, factory AM/FM stereo and CB radio (antenna stays up) factory wire wheel covers on steel wheels wrapped in Goodyear whitewall tires. The car runs and drives very nice. Included is the original build sheet, owners manual, Delco manual, twilight operating instructions, warranty card, Thermo-Guard Warranty certificate and spare/hubcap installation instructions. New muffler installed, serviced and ready to be driven anywhere.
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