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.
1969 Oldsmobile Toronado
• Extremely Clean ’69 Toronado • Arizona Car Since 1969 • Highly Optioned • Beautiful Paint & Interior • 455ci V8 Engine • Automatic Transmission • Air Conditioning MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present the seldom seen and desirable 1969 Oldsmobile Toronado. This very clean Toronado was purchased new and resided its entire life in Mesa, Arizona until 2014. It was one of the very early 1969 models produced and was registered in Arizona on October 15th, 1968. With its crisp interior, powerful Fresh 455ci V8 and automatic transmission – this Toronado is sure to make its next owner very happy! The Toronado is known for its large body and muscle car capabilities. The body is solid, as it has resided in the Southwest its entire life. The paint is finished in High Glamour Gold and is in wonderful condition, showing only minor imperfections such as small rock chips. The paint really shows the care this car has been given over the years. The chrome is in comparable condition and only the grill shows some minor imperfections. It should be noted that the headlight buckets are fully functional and work with no problems, as you can see highlighted in our video! Overall, this Tornado is in spectacular shape and shows very well. Inside, the interior is in fantastic shape and very clean. The Saddle interior has been well maintained and preserved. The seats are in amazing condition, showing no major imperfections, if any. The door panels, headliner and carpet are in comparable condition. The dashboard is in good shape as well. It should be noted that the top of the dash does have some blemishes but is covered and protected with a dash pad. This Toronado is loaded with factory options such as Comfor-Tron Air Conditioning/Heating, power windows, power door locks, power front disc brakes, power seat, tinted glass, cornering lamps, AM/FM radio, rear seat speakers, clock and a tilt telescoping steering column makes this car a true comfort and pleasure to drive! It should be noted that the horn and power antenna are currently inoperable. The interior is just as wonderful as the exterior and shows very well! Under the hood, the monster 455 cubic inch V8 runs great and starts with a turn of the key. The engine compartment is incredibly original while the engine has been flushed and detailed. The engine breathes through means of dual Exhaust that sounds great. It should be noted that there is a new water pump and a rebuilt Rochester Quadrajet 4 barrel carburetor. Mated to the V8 is a heavy duty turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission. It also comes equipped with power steering, power front disc brakes and Comfor-Tron air conditioning/heating. The headlight buckets go up and down as they should. When you get behind the wheel of this Toronado, the big 375 horsepower V8 starts up and will take you down the road with tons of power and grunt. The car sits upon a set of 15” freshly powder-coated Oldsmobile Toronado wheels wrapped snug in a set of new P225/75R15 tires that look great. This is a wonderful example of the seldom seen 1969 Oldsmobile Toronado that would add a touch of muscle to just about any car collection. The VIN is 394879M602447 and the mileage currently shows 6,456. It is being sold on a clean and clear title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
1970 Oldsmobile Tornado GT Super Charged
1970 Oldsmobile Tornado GT Super Charged, in Matte Black and Blacked out windows At the Family fun Day and Car Show event at, Vineyard Church North Phoenix Arizona Thanks for Watching Please Subscribe Like and Comment
1968 Olds Cutlass S Dyno
This is the original numbers matching engine that has just finished being rebuilt, broke in and tuned on the Dyno, and is now being installed back in the car with American Racing Headers. Also, putting in a new clutch, rebuilt power steering box, new 2 1/2 stainless Exhaust pipes all the way back with new mufflers, new shocks, and I'm switching from 3.08 to 3.42 gears. It went on the Dyno twice, but I was only there on the second day, and it had a 348.6 HP and 378 TQ. My game plan on this build was to keep it stock looking on the outside, but beef up the internals. The only place it will not look stock is that I am going to be using the American Racing Headers. I'm using the stock iron intake, but am jetting the 7028250 Q-jet to W-31 specs. I'm keeping the #5 heads, went with 2.000/1.625 valves, had a 5 angle grind with light bowl work done, and went with Dave's HEI ignition. I went with a full roller setup, filled the heat riser, and welded the center divider. I'll get the compression figures, but it ended up close to 10:1. For more photos, you can check out my Google+ page at https://plus.google.com/u/0/116320690035754081108/posts and feel free to join my Circle.