In response to person looking for 71 or 72 Oldsmobile Toronado, we have a 71 Toronado (in excellent condition) for sale. Car is in New Zealand, but if that doesn't faze you, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for photos and further info.
TO the gentleman looking for a 71 Tornado- We have one in Michigan. Will check and see if husband is interested in selling. Email: email@example.com.
I'm thinking about purchasing a 1980 toronado. it has the 5.0 lt. engine, puts out about 300 horses. I was wondering if anyone could give me any input on this particular year. thanks.
I would say that a 1980 5.0L (307) is only good for 160hp, unless it was heavily modified.
I have a 71' Tornado for sale. The car is in solid shape. Anyone interested please let me know.
General Motors was undoubtedly the paramount of automobile innovation for many decades. Such fabulous designs of yesteryear. I personally have a deep appreciation for Oldsmobile's grandest engineering marvel: The Toronado. The first generation Toronados: (1966-1970) were the most unique; the second generation Toronados: (1971-1978) were still handsome automobiles that focused more on luxury. Toronado sales increased with the introduction of the 1971 model. The third generation Toronados: (1979-1985) marked an end of an era for the Toronado. These third generation Toronados may have been down of horsepower and suffered some drive-ability problems: (5.7 liter diesel engines), but they still had that unique Toronado sytle, comfort and elegance led by the styling team of the late great, incredibly talented Bill Mitchell. As the owner of a 1970 Toronado, I can only say that this car is superb; a true gem of automotive excellence.
To the person selling the 1971 oldsmobile toronado, I am interested in purchasing your car, please give me more details.
I am very interested in purchasing a 1972 Toronado. I had a real beauty 20 years ago and the wife twisted my arm hard enough that I sold it. Big mistake. Please email if you have one for sale. firstname.lastname@example.org.
My mother owns a 1977 Metallic Blue Oldsmobile Tornado. The model with the wrap-around all glass rear window. The car is like new having been garaged (off the road) since the mid-eighties. It has 36,000 original miles. I am looking for information as to the value of this vehicle. If you have any ideas, please email me at email@example.com. Thank you!
My first car was a 1972 Toronado, and I wish I had it back. I am still looking for a car that I like as much. The carburetor was a Rochester quadrajet, and I had it rebuilt, and man the power that car had was awesome. If anyone around Easley S.C. has one for sale, please let me know. Thanks.