Funny I just posted about LSS tonight on another board. This is a transfer from that board.
Someone asked in another post but Ill put this here where it belongs.
Sorry no pic of ours (hers
) but this is the same color. Ours is still in exc. condition with only a few tiny door knocks and scratches. 112,000 miles now. Interior is clean as this cars. Just the typical checking lines in the drivers seat, as this car has. The down side of leather.
wheels, F41 suspension, leather w/buckets console floor shift, sunroof, chromium mirrors, compass, TC, dual climate control, air ducts in the back of console for rear, rear armrest with dual cup and storage, pass through hole to trunk, probably some other things I cant think off. Ours has the L67* which is very rare in LSS, most have the L36*. With the L67 it is comparable to Bonneville SSEI just no GFX body cladding and I guess Pontiac has lots of gadgets in dash or console.
*L36 = Series II 3800
*L67 = Series II SC 3800
Edit : I see the above car has spoiler, this is aftermarket and ours DOES NOT have such a ting
heres links for this car sale which will give larger photos which will help for interior
Delta88 - The LSS handles great but still has large luxury car feel. Variable rate springs are softer on top inch or so of travel and gives some initial body roll Im sure your 90 Toro does not have. Once pressed in corners it behaves and holds great. You just need to get used to the initial slight lean. I dont like variable rate for corners. Its great for interstates but not the best for country roads. I do recommend the LSS w/L67. I do not recommend any cars that have the L36. I have one of those as well, '99/88 50th Anniversary. You know what they say about one bad apple.
Also 75 Royale conv, and 76 Royale 2dr hardtop both in various stages or restorection