1981 Oldsmobile Toronado Brougham Oldsmobile introduced the Toronado in 1966 as a high end personal luxury coupe to compete with Fords Thunderbird. Possibly the most unique thing about the Toronado is its front engine, front wheel drive layout. Though this is common place nowadays, in 1966 is was the first American front drive vehicle since the demise of Cord in the 1930s. The Toronado lasted 4 generations and was produced until 1992. This is a 1981 which would have been one of the last of the third generation. With a healthy 5.0L V8 and a Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, this car is a lovely luxury automobile. This Oldsmobile car has not even covered 35,000. miles! . Options include: A/C, AM/FM radio, cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power windows, seat belts, cloth interior, The exterior is finished in its original Charcoal Firemist paint . This is a stylish classic has a timeless look and can make someone proud for years to come.. This is a one owner well maintained car.. Check out the original Window sticker in the pictures 10,900.00 obo Give us a call or email us with any questions that you may have. 909-596-5700 email@example.com Antenna Type - Power, Cassette, Clock, Driver Seat Power Adjustments, Front Air Conditioning, Front Seat Type - Split-Bench, Power Adjustments, Power Brakes, Power Door Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Premium Brand, Radio - Am/Fm, Self Leveling Suspension, Tinted Glass, Trip Computer, Upholstery - Cloth, Wheel Diameter - 15 Inch
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I worked at Clark Oldsmobile in West Palm Beach, Florida, right after graduating high school in 1978. This (formerly) beautiful but still rare and unusual Oldsmobile Toronado came in for service and oil changes.
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