Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1985
Oldsmobile Toronado. The Toronado name plate was marketed by
General Motors from 1966-1992 as a personal luxury car. Becoming
the first front-wheel-drive to be produced by an American
manufacturer since 1937. This 1985 Toronado is a third- generation
model built from 1979-1985. Basically, smaller than its predecessor
but still retaining all the luxury features Toronado was built on.
This was the last generation for body-on-frame models built with
front wheel drive and longitudinally mounted engines. This 1985
Oldsmobile Toronado is painted in painted in Dark Sage Metallic
with a Light Sage Landau padded vinyl roof and matching bodyside
moldings. A set of wire wheel covers mounted on whitewall tires, an
abundance of chrome and a set of opera lights gives this Toronado
an elegant look. The luxurious interior does not disappoint with
its tufted Dark Sage velour seating and plush carpet. Under the
hood of this beauty is a 5.0 V-8 4BL OHV engine attached to a
four-speed Turbo- Hydro-Matic overdrive transmission. Comfort
features include 50/50 split front seats with power driver's seat,
air conditioning, AM/FM/cassette radio, tilt wheel, cruise, power
windows, power locks, power steering and power brakes. Enjoy both
the benefits of front wheel drive and the full-size car luxury with
this 1985 Oldsmobile Toronado. A car of timeless design and ride
1985 Oldsmobile Toronado
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