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This was a Toronado used to push cars in parking lots etc. picture is from 1982 OCA Nationals.

I was there!! (Of course I was like 1 year old but whatever - Plus I have seen the car a couple of times since)

Where did that mysterious California Trofeo go? :hissyfit:

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Another Antares rendering...

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1994 Aurora showcar with split lower fascia, all-glass roof, different wheels, and integrated Guidestar navigation. Note where the controls for the navigation screen are located; BMW seems to have...

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Anthem: very cool, like it more than many production Olds cars

taht used that styling. I forgot how much the Achieva looked

like its concept car counterpart.

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This is a 1950 Olds custom.  It has to be one of the nicest I've seen.

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Nice, except I hate frenched headlights & aero style

body color mirrors on cars that should have chrome

mirrors with that 50s look ornate stem & bezel.

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Wow, that race car is so cool.

Fly, I love the minor changes on that '94 Aurora show car. The front fascia, imo, is much nicer than the production version. The Vista Roof is very cool, and the rims appear to be close to the Final 500 Silhouette rims.

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The chassis of that Toro limo is a lot like the one under the 1970's GMC MotorHome. [one in movie 'Stripes'] It had the FWD train, had dual wheels in rear too.

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That's because they were one and the same, I believe. Also, great pics and discussion-I also remember in my Standard Catalog of American Trucks, 1896-1986 by Krause Publications, Oldsmobile and Buick had commercial chassis and 'Flower Car' body styles-I know Oldsmobile also had a Sedan Delivery up until about 1950 (I don't remember if Buick ever had one or not), and the Olds Toronado also later, circa 1973-78, lent its chassis not only to those 1970's GMC Motorhomes (heavily advertised in magazines such as National Geographic), but also to Flower Cars-I haven't read my book in a while, but I'll have to check those out when I get a chance. Edited by Mule Bakersdozen LS
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