Engine: 455ci V8 Transmission: 3 speed automatic FWD
Exterior Color: Yellow & Brown Interior Color: Brown & Yellow
AM/FM cassette Stereo Cruise control
Power door locks Power windows
Take a look at this fantastic FRONT WHEEL DRIVE show truck. This is probably the most unique classic truck offered for sale in the market place. Professionally built in the mid 1980’s and driven very sparingly. It won the "World of Wheels" show in 1985.
The chassis and almost all mechanical components are 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado. The Olds drive train features the 455ci motor rated at 375 horsepower. Simply put, the truck body was placed on an expertly modified Toronado chassis. The tilt steering column, air conditioning, heat, brakes and just about everything else are pure Olds Toronado.
The assembly is done to perfection and this most unusual truck drives and handles in a wonderful manner. Country roads or interstates, you will be amazed and highly pleased with the overall performance.
It really is the best of both worlds, classic looks with modern driving, and many creature comforts. Those comforts include air conditioning, heat, power windows, power steering and brakes and more.
We can safely guarantee that you will never see another like it on the road or at your local car shows. All the mechanics and cosmetics are in top shape. Don’t miss this once in a Blue Moon opportunity. Call or email for more information.
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