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1969 Oldsmobile Toronado
Standard Equipment

Deluxe Front Armrests with Bright Accent Moldings and Backplates
Deluxe Integral Rear Quarter Armrests
Instrument Panel, Right-Hand Front Door, and Rear Armrest Ashtrays
75-Ampere Hour/90-Plate Delco Battery
Pedal-Ease Power Brakes
Instrument Panel Cigar Lighter
Electric Clock
42-Ampere Delcotron Generator
High Compression 375-hp Rocket 455 V-8 Engine with 4-bbl. Carburetor
Wall-to-Wall Floor Carpeting (Includes carpeted cowl, door, and front seat back lower panels)
Instrument Panel Wood-Grain Vinyl Trim
Torque-Beam Frame
Instrument Panel, Courtesy, and Glove Compartment Lamps
Roof Rear Quarter Lamps
Automatic Interior Door Lamp Switches
Chrome Rocker Panel and Wheel Opening Mouldings
Chrome Roof Drip Mouldings
Chrome Accented Pedals
Bench Front Seat
Foam-Padded Front and Rear Seat Cushions
Dual Front Seat Head Restraints*
3 Front and 3 Rear Seat Lap Belts
2 Front Seat Shoulder Belts
Vari-Ratio Power Steering*
Deluxe Steering Wheel
8.85 x 15" 2-Ply Blackwall Tires
Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 Automatic Transmission (Column Shift)
Flo-Thru Body Ventilation
15" Steel Safety Wheels
10¼" Wheel Hub Caps
Recessed-Park Dual-Speed Electric Windshield Wipers with Washers
Energy-Absorbing Steering Column
Folding Seat Back Latches
Side Marker Lights and Parking Lights that Illuminate with Headlights
Anti-Theft Ignition Key Warning Buzzer
Fail-Safe Concealed Headlights*
Anti-Theft Ignition, Steering, and Transmission Lock*

*New standard feature for 1969

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An important new standard feature for all GM cars in 1969 was the Anti-Theft Ignition, Steering, and Transmission Lock. Turning off the steering column-mounted ignition and removing the key locked everything in just one step.