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1966 Oldsmobile Toronado Coupe on 2040-cars

Year:1966 Mileage:117569

Zionsville, Pennsylvania, United States

Zionsville, Pennsylvania, United States

1966 Oldsmobile Toronado

425 V8 automatic

Front wheel drive

117,569 miles


This 1966 Toronado is a standard model with more options than most Deluxes.  The only options it lacks are power windows and power antenna.  I have had this car in my garage for over 10 years and never got around to restoring it.  I need to make space in my garage so it has to go.  The car seems to be original. Everything is intact.  The quarters look like they were patched and painted a while ago and will need attention again (see photos).  The trunk lid has very light surface rust but is solid.  There doesn’t appear to be any rust where the rear vents drain. 


The chrome is good all around.  There is rust on the body in places (see photos) and the front passenger side fender is dented. The headliner is intact.  The hideaway/ pop up headlights work.   I tried to photograph any of the problem spots on the car, and please ask questions and request more photos if I missed something. 


THIS CAR STARTS AND DRIVES.  The tires are shot, so it’s not drivable to your location, but it can be driven onto a flatbed or hauler easily.  The gear selector needs adjusting; it’s misaligned when you put it into gear, but the car shifts nicely and drives. 



  • Headrests

  • 6-way power seat

  • Vacuum operated door locks

  • Tilt/telescope steering wheel

  • Rear defogger

  • Comfortron – automatic climate control (air conditioning) – heat works, but the air cond. Is missing a belt, so I cannot test it – but the clutch is free

  • Clock (not working)

  • Cornering lamps

  • Cruise control

  • AM/FM radio with Wonderbar – the radio works intermittently

  • Oldsmobile visor vanity mirror

  • Trunk release button in glove box - works

I am representing it as accurately as I can based on my knowledge and have tried to give as much information as possible.  Please do not hesitate to ask questions about anything I may have missed in the description.  I am unable to test the function of some of the options.

It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly satisfied himself\herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgment. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs. Vehicle sold as is WITHOUT WARRANTY.

Car is being sold AS-IS where-is and it is the buyers responsibility to arrange transportation or pick-up of the car. Please ask any and all questions and I will answer to the best of my ability.

$500 non-refundable deposit within 24hr after action ends. Car is being sold as is, no warranty, and is described to the best of my ability.  Buyer is responsible for any taxes and fees incurred in the transfer of the title and the sale.  Please don't bid unless you are capable of following through with the transaction.

Car must be picked up within 10 days of the sale unless otherwise approved by the seller.

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