Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1966
Oldsmobile Toronado. This 385-hp with the "Rocket" V8 was America's
first front-wheel drive car since the 1930s, though GM had been
playing with the idea for more than a decade. Benefits included a
flat floor that allowed seating for six. It's chain-driven front
end wasn't the Toronado's only calling card; it is also beautiful.
And this example is just that. This particular toronado is wearing
a beautiful "target red" paint on the exterior, with a black
leather/vinyl interior with 2 bench seats, capable of seating you
and 5 of your family/friends! Even with a total of 6 people seated
in this car, the 385-hp and 475 lb-ft of torque to the front
white-wall tires, this car will get you all moving with the
quickness! The front-wheel drive was not the only piece of
innovation introduced to the Toronado. Oldsmobile introduced a
three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission also. This
particular Toronado is equipped with A/C, cruise control, power
brakes, steering, locks, windows, antenna and seats. Miles on the
dash are at 38,964 and we cannot confirm if they have rolled over,
but with the condition this car is in, it is very unlikely. Here is
your chance to own THE front wheel drive muscle car from the 60's,
don't let this "toromato" get away!
1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
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