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1967 Toronado
Standard Equipment

Image: 1967 Toronado script

Front Seat Center Armrest (Deluxe Model only)
Deluxe Side Armrests
Pedal-Ease Power Brakes
Rear Armrest Cigar Lighters
Electric Clock
Deluxe Easy-Grip Door Releases
385-hp Toronado Rocket V-8 Engine (Includes Dual Exhaust Outlets)
Wall-to-Wall Floor Carpeting
Heater and Defroster
Instrument Panel Safety Padding
Dual Master Cylinder Brake System*
Parking Brake Signal Lamp*
Instrument Panel Courtesy, Map, and Glove Box Lamps
Roof Rear Quarter Courtesy Lamps
Automatic Door Lamp Switches
Door Panel Courtesy Lams (Deluxe Model only)*
Outside Rearview Mirror
Chrome Inside Rearview Mirror Bracket
Chrome Rocker Panel and Wheel Opening Moldings
Chrome Roof Drip Moldings
Chrome Side Window Sill Moldings
Chrome Windshield and Window Interior Moldings (Deluxe Model only)
Strato Bench Front Seat (Deluxe Model only)
Front and Rear Seat Belts
Foam-Padded Front and Rear Seat Cushions
Roto-Matic Power Steering
Deluxe Steering Wheel
8.85 x 15" Blackwall Tires
Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission
Front Wheel Drive
Padded Sun Visors
Wheel Trim Rings (Deluxe Model only)
Dual-Speed Windshield Wipers and Washer
Lane Change Turn Signal Feature*
Passenger-Guard Door Locks*
Four-Way Hazard Warning Flasher*
Energy-Absorbing Steering Column*
Inside Day-Night Mirror
Backup Lights
Folding Seat Back Latches*

*New standard feature for 1967


Image: 1967 Oldsmobile Toronado

There is little doubt that what attracts most people to the 1967 Oldsmobile Toronado in the first place is its styling. It's always been that way, and it will likely always be that way. And why not? The styling of the first generation Toronado is unlike that of any other car. Aggressive. Fluid. Powerful. Muscular. Elegant. Unique. Styling that encourages the eye to sweep from one end to the other, then back again. The sleek fastback roof line had never been tried before on a luxury car, and certainly not on a car with proportions as impressive as the Toronado's. It commands attention wherever it goes, and deservedly so.

While the styling caught your attention, the standard features likely captured your heart and stirred your soul to buy one. Styling alone is not enough for a car such as the Toronado. There's so much more to it than that. Toronado has front wheel drive, with traction and handling that's amazing for such a large automobile. Under the hood, a powerful V-8 engine gives those front wheels something to do.

Image: 1967 Toronado flat floorsInside, the Toronado has flat floors, front and rear. This gives a new dimension to the definition of spaciousness. The flat floors allow center passengers front and rear unprecedented room to stretch out and get comfortable.

If you're more the type that is attracted by gadgets and gimmickry, flick the headlamp switch on and watch the headlamps emerge from the front edge of the hood. Pretty slick effect. Put it in gear and step on the gas, then watch the speedometer rotate to indicate your speed. Keep it at the legal speed, though, even if you are tempted to see what it can really do. (Yes, whatever it is it can do it.)

If you delight in having something that not everyone else has, rest assured you've accomplished your goal. And you don't need to check to see if others are looking at you as they pull up next to you. They are.