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1966 Oldsmobile Toronado Deluxe 7.0l on 2040-cars

US $10,000.00
Year:1966 Mileage:28000
Location:

Burlington, West Virginia, United States

Burlington, West Virginia, United States

 I have an all-original rust-free 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado I would like to sell. This is a California car with the original 1966 California plates (front and rear). The plates go for over $250 each on ebay.

The front right bumper end was scraped on something by a previous owner, and you should know that there is currently a transmission fluid leak, but it holds fluid for a few days. Interior is in good condition with the exception of a tear in the drivers side seat and a very small amount of cracked trim on the drivers side (pictured). The shifter knob is missing; unfortunately I don't have it.  It came that way when I bought it last spring. This car is in amazing condition for its age, considering it has never been restored other than having been re-painted one time in the original color. I believe the previous owner also had the drum brake system refreshed. The power seats and power windows all work fine. I replaced the power window motor on the driver's side a couple weeks ago as it was getting weak. I've also had the starter rebuilt and replaced the weatherstripping on both doors and around the trunk. The a/c does not work but probably would with a recharge.

I have the original owner's manual, as well as a full service manual. This is a front wheel drive car (the first made in America since the '37 Cord), and has a 425 cubic inch engine that produces in excess of 380 horsepower. The title is clear.

Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer.  I will front no cost in getting this vehicle to you.  I also have this item for sale locally, so I reserve the right to end this auction at any time prior to its close.

Thanks for looking!  Please message me with any questions.  Happy bidding!

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