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1988 Oldsmobile Toronado Trofeo 109,000 Actual Miles Garage Kept * Beautiful Car on 2040-cars

Year:1988 Mileage:109600
Location:

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

1988

Olds Toronado

Trofeo

 

Loaded with Options

 

FWD

 

Very Good Condition

 

 

Low Mileage

2nd Owner

Always Garage Kept

 

 

This is my personal car that I bought approximately in 1992 as a 1-owner new car trade in. It is a very nice car that mostly sits in the garage and only comes out on nice days for little cruises when time allows. It is not perfect but it is VERY nice or I wouldn't waste our time saying so.

I have kept this car under cover and inside my garage since day one while I drove a company car, so the mileage is very very low for this year vehicle. It has been taken care of and whatever needed fixed was or replaced. All the little things that go wrong have been replaced.

The tires are like new, it has a new battery. In 1996 at around 80,000 miles I had the transmission professional rebuilt after getting caught out in a surprised snow storm and I messed it up getting out of a snow/ice rut on the city street. A couple years ago I had it professionally painted the original Oldsmobile color by The Amazing Ater, a custom painter who made it better then new! The interior is great and all the digital dash works fine. The A/C was professional converted over to R-134. Everything seems to be working fine, but to be honest I have only drove it this year for these photos. It has dark tinted windows. Gas mileage runs around mid to high 20's.

The 3800 V-6 engine is awesome, the trans is perfectly smooth and no leaks anywhere. This is the top of the line for this model and it can be driven as a luxury car or fast as lighting. The dual exhaust is quiet but can have a real nice throaty sound when you push it. The perforated leather 6-way seats also have power upper and lower support which makes the ride perfect for everyone up front. This is a REAL nice car, I just don't use it and who ever buys it will know right away what I am saying here and more.

Also, I have done nothing to spruce it up or wipe shiney stuff on any of it. It came out of the garage for pics and right back inside. It just doesn't get used and I can use the space so it its for sale now.


* * Special Note * *

I have lots more photos if you are interested, Im just saving money here listing only four. This photo doesn't show it but the engine compartment is as they say, clean enough to eat off of. Please just ask and I will send whatever you ask for. 

We all know buying a car online is not easy, but in this case do not worry. If its not what I said here and more, you do not have to take it. But the $200 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE to help pay for eBay fee's and my time. Hopefully, this will keep down the people with buyers remorse or those who don't mind wasting everybody's and eBays time. Please don't. 


What I do know is wrong if you can call it that, is the leather steering wheel could use some conditioner rubbed on it, the drivers power window works but is a tad bit slow and there "might" be a very small tiny hardly noticeable ding or two somewhere around the bottom from some irresponsible parker. Whatever is not perfect is so very slight to be hardly noticeable anyway. I'm trying to give the best description as possible. Not museum quality but real real nice!!!! 


I will consider offers but PLEASE do not waste our time attempting to low ball me, its not costing me anything and I love the car anyway. IF YOU want a very nice, loaded, great running, quick and great looking car this is it. It turns heads everywhere I go.

 

 

Please check my feedback and know that this auction is written as complete and honest as possible. The vehicle is in really great shape, never abused, all you need is gas.

 

 

 

My car is also being offered locally so if does sell before the auction ends with no bids, I will delete this auction.

It can be picked up after paid in cash or a verifiable bank check has cleared. I will work with anyone who makes their own transportation arrangements, and I might even be able to drive it south on I-65, maybe as far as Elizabeth Town, KY to help out with meeting for delivery?  If so cash will be required. Otherwise it can be picked up here in Indianapolis. 

 

 

No Reserve and it is a GREAT car for this money regardless of any book prices.


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