1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - 425V8 Front Wheel Drive
Thought you would like a look at this nicely restored 66 Olds Toronado.
It's not a car that you come across often and it's front wheel drive
configuration made it pretty unique in it's day. I wish I could have gotten
a look under the hood, but maybe I will at another time. Thanks for
watching and commenting, I appreciate it.
2004 Buick Park Avenue With A Strutmasters Air Suspension Conversion (Rear Install Video)
This 2004 Buick Park Avenue Had A Sagging Air Suspension. The Owner
Converted It To A Non Air Suspension Using Strutmasters Air Suspension
Conversion Kit. Strutmasters Kits Are Designed To Bolt On Without
Modification And Provide A Great Ride. If You Are Having Issues With Your
Mercedes Air Suspension, Get One Of These Strutmasters Kits.
1967 Oldsmobile Toronado, Absolutely Beautiful
The '67 Toronado was the second year for the Toronado and was built in
Lansing Michigan The '67 featured a softer suspension and minor styling
modifications Identifying a '67 Toronado
In 1966 Oldsmobile introduced the front-wheel drive Toronado, the first
Front Wheel Drive car to be built and sold in the U.S. since the 1930s.
(The last one was the Cord) The 1966 Toronado was voted the car of the
year by Motor Trend. In 1967 the body style stayed nearly the same, and
the ride became even better. This was truly one of the first elegant sports
cars. It had luxury styling and interior, with a huge 425 cubic inch
engine with tremendous torque and speed. The car was built to hold five
people comfortably, and had the feel of a sports car. Sales soared for
Oldsmobile, and today many of the cars are front wheel drive.
The '67 Toronado was a truly massive coupe shell, nearly 19 feet long. It
was a real super car with its advanced front wheel drive design. It was
extremely fast and nimble and had a top speed of approximately 130 mph.
The new cost for a Deluxe version of this car was $4,812.00 and was a very
good value. It has been considered a landmark creation.
1967 OLDSMOBILE DELMONT 88 -- A LITTLE OLD LADY BARN FIND CAR
This Olds Delmont could be titled many things. You can call it an original
survivor, a little old lady car, a low mileage car, or even a barn find.
You would be right with all of these titles. The 2nd owner found out about
an old lady that lived in a rural area who had this '67 Olds that she
bought new stored in her outback barn and it had only 29 thousand miles on
it. He bought it for 500 bucks!! Oldsmobile had so many models back in
'67. Starting at the bottom we have the F-85, Cutlass, Cutlass Supreme, th
4-4-2, Vista Cruiser, then the Delmont 88 330, Delmont 88 425, Delta 88,
Delta 88 Custom, the 98, and finally the Toronado. Whew! This Olds is one
of 16,699 hardtops produced this year. The little ol' lady plunked down $
3,126 for this Delmont. '67 engines are almost as numerous as the Olds
models. There was one L-head 250 / 155 hp., the rest were all V8's with
several varients for the 330, 400, and 425 cid. Delmonts would have the
425 cid with either 365 or 375 horses. Take a look at this many titled
Olds and take in the great paint, chrome, dash, and interior. Would I ever
could have bought this for 500 bucks! ( Missed again ). Thanks very much
for viewing this 1967 Olds Delmont 88.
1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible 428 FE
My dad´s 66 T-Bird Convertible. Perfect restored, numbers matching.
428 CUI, 345 HP, C6 Transmission, 9 inch rear end. Has a sound that some
Cobras would be afraid of.