1967Oldsmobile Toronadorare Bucket seat/console and chrome wheels!

Sale price: $1967,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black
Engine:425 V8
Number of Cylinders:8
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Selling my Classic 1967 Oldsmobile Toronado Sport to help fund the completion of my 1949 Olds 98 Street Rod . This is a rare car indeed withfactory bucket seat and console option. 425 cu in V8 385 hp, powerwindows, seat, tilt, telescopic wheel, dual exhaust and chromewheels. Sat in garage 18 years in Buzzards Roost Alabama!No rust, this includes rockers, floor pans, and lower fenders, thetrunk floor has very minor spot that will be easy to repair, no pan needed.Car runs and drives good, motor does not smoke, tick, knock or have anycold rattles. I replaced the carb with an Eldebrock 600 cfm, original intrunk, brand new tires and battery, original spare, jack and tools in trunk also. Things that need attention are asfollows: Driver's side headlamp does not want to go up, I have it locked in place in case of night driving, passenger side operates fine. The a/c compressor is stuck, radio does not play, power seat switchslipped into door, and of course the mufflers are a little loud as theyare over 20 years old! the previous owner told me the miles were right and the speedometer was working when stored, the cable must be stuck or broken as it does not work now. The hood hinges are weak, but hood stays shut and there's no danger of it flying up at any speed. Like I said this is a VERY RARE CAR! As I understand out of 40,000+ 67 Oldsmobile Toronado's built it's 1 of 56 that had thebucket seat & console option. It does run and drive good, but like any car that has sat for 18 years there will be things to do before driving long distance. I would suggest the following: Even though she runs smooth a major tuneup including points, plugs, condenser, wires and a cap should be done, the cooling system should be flushed and all hoses and thermostat replaced, I did replace numerous vaccum lines and the upper radiator hose when I first got it. Just want to be honest with everyone, she's not perfect but one heck of a lot better than what I've seen for sale. I've bought classic cars on eBay before and once flew from Texas to California to drive back a 41 Cadillac street rod, the seller assured me she was perfect! Once there it wouldn't even start without a jump, the radiator was pouring coolant, the "Updated front suspension" was nothing more that a splice power steering line to the original hydraulic steering and wore out suspension that had over a round of play in the steering wheel, needless to say I left it there. If you have any questions please ask, any additional pics I'll do my best to provide, it will be placed in my garage once sold and will not be driven or fooled with until the new owner picks it up. Clean Tennessee title in my name, please see my other auction as I have another of my classics for sale. thanks!

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