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RealRides of WNY - 1962 Studebaker Lark Daytona

Sharp eyes might notice the Double-T emblem on the back of this 1962 Studebaker Lark Daytona. It signifies that this car has what folks on some of the Studebaker Forums describe as the highly-desirableTwin-Traction option; lay people (me) might just call it a limited-slip differential. You might have also noticed that this one’s wearing a set of Avanti wheel covers. The Daytona was a nicer v

RealRides of WNY - 1977 Ford Pinto

Station wagons are starting to catch on with collectors these days. I’ve alwaysliked ‘em, but the market for the ever-popular (and pricey) two-door hardtops and convertibles has gotten a lot of buyers to broaden their scope. But Gowanda’s Steven Botsford isn’t necessarily one of them. He’s been collecting these other body styles for a while now, and told me he was att

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Ford LTD

Lime Gold was a pretty popular color back when this1969 Ford LTDleft the factory. Although it’s doubtful that those fender skirts came from Dearborn, I’m not surprised to see them, as the LTD’s major competitors, the Chevy Caprice and the Plymouth VIP, both show them in their available equipment lists. Vinyl tops were still pretty much in vogue back in 1969, and it’s the ra