1967 Oldsmobile Toronado Deluxe
Sleek, interesting, and distinctive. This 1967 Oldsmobile Toronado is quite correct inside and out. And with its big V8 under the hood and luxury A/C interior, this is the affordable classic coupe you're going to love to drive. The Toronado has an impossibly long hood, muscular wheel arches, and sloping rear end that today looks very European. This total design represented sporty elegance, and it was something truly unique that we now see as the perfect crossroads of '60s style and technology. And this also truly has a sense of style we don't see in today's cars. You see it in hidden headlights, turbine-style wheel covers, and the way the mirror-like bumpers fit almost seamlessly into the sheetmetal creases. All of this gives the coupe a high degree of originality that really sets it apart. And it's all capped off with the factory-correct Provincial White paint and Oldsmobile's signature Dubonnet burgundy color on the vinyl roof. Not only was the Dubonnet bold on the exterior, but also it's a preview of color inside. The Deluxe interior looks nice thanks to newer seat covers with button-top trim for the front and rear. In fact, this car was all about offering luxuries for both the rows. The front-wheel drive gave it a flat floor for the whole carload to stretch out their legs. Olds was even thoughtful enough to give the rear seat passengers their own door latch so no one had to let them out. Of course, with cold factory air conditioning, no one wants to leave this coupe. But no matter how many people are along for the ride, you still will experience individual comfort. The split front bench has an armrest to provide the driver with the feeling of a personal luxury car. The artful factory steering wheel and all the original gauges are proof that sometimes the designers got to put their dreams into production. Under the hood is a terrific-looking 425 cubic-inch V8. The Super Rocket big block is era-correct. Plus, there's fresh paint to make the dual-snorkel air topper and matching valve covers radiate from within the engine bay. With the big displacement and a four-barrel carburetor on top, you have the power and torque to let this coupe own the road. These cars were considered revolutionary with the three-speed automatic powering the front wheels. In fact, this first-generation Toronado became an engineering benchmark for other projects. But what you really want to know is how this one glides down the road like a true big block luxury car should. Features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and a supple ride give this a true '60s cruiser feeling. This classic Oldsmobile drives as crisp as it looks, and so you know this is a terrific value. Don't let it pass you by. Call today!!!