Engine: 403ci (6.6L) 4-Barrel V8
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 46796 Believed Original Miles
Exterior Color: Medium Camel Metallic with Light Camel Beige Viny Top
Interior Color: Light Saddle Leather
Power Door Locks
Delco AM/FM Radio
Olds Toronado Wheel Covers
Masterpiece is pleased to offer this 1978 Oldsmobile Toronado Brougham. This is the last year for the big Toronado being based on the original 1966 car. The Olds had revolutionary car features that many cars didn’t offer until years later. This Olds is rarely seen on the roads today, even though it was very popular in the late ‘70’s.
The ’78 is powered by a 403ci 6.6L 4-barrel V8 paired with a TH-425 3-speed automatic transmission. The exterior is done in medium camel metallic with a light camel beige vinyl Landeau top. The fit and finish is very good with all the panel gaps being correct and the chrome shines bright. The interior carries the same theme as the outside, with the same color scheme as the exterior. The bench seat is finished in light saddle leather and does not show any wear marks or tears in the upholstery.
The Toronado runs and handles very well and is a pleasure to drive. When you sit in the driver’s seat and turn the key the ’78 fires right up and has a nice sound to it. The options include air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power seats, power door locks, Delco AM/FM radio and cruise control.
At this price the ’78 Toronado won’t last long. For more detailed information about our classics please call us at 317-535-3500. Our showroom is not open to the public, please call in advance for an appointment. Masterpiece offers collector car financing through Lightstream a division of SunTrust Bank, J. J. Best Banc Financing or Woodside Credit Collector Car Financing. We can also provide shipping for buyers worldwide. For shipping rate quotes, please call us at 317-535-3500.
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