While I admit to being completely won over by the looks of early Toronados and captivated by their unpromoted engineering, I think I am more interested than smitten. For instance: according to this 1966 Autocar road test of a first-year Toronado, there really isn’t anything mechanical ahead of the front wheels. The long front overhang, made unnecessary by the more space-efficient Unitized Power Package front-wheel drive/engine/transmission combination was only there for the aesthetics. I kinda love the Toronado for that, even if it doesn’t make me want one. Moreover, while I foster no dreams of being the kind of big shot, personal luxury guy of 1966 to whom this Toronado would have been marketed, I do love seeing that it doesn’t have a cigarette lighter, but rather a cigar lighter. Dig that ’60s style!