Inspired by the classic ’55-’57 Chevy Nomad 2-door wagon, this all-Oldsmobile custom adds a Vista Cruiser roof to a Toronado, creating a sporting vehicle with massive storage space for skis, golf clubs, tent, camping gear, even half your life! Front wheel drive leaves the rear end without a traditional rear-end. Hence all the room. Wild. Olds already marketed a more conventional wagon with an unconventional roof in ’66, based on the mid-sized Cutlass body. So take one department’s roof, add it to the other’s revolutionary sport coupe, dump in a hotted-up 455, and get a ‘Mad Toro’ or Mad Bull, or maybe ‘Storonado’. Limited to an edition of just 21, the artwork comes with a signed, numbered Certificate of Authenticity, attesting to its value. Want a real one of these? Got a lot of bucks? Call us.
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