August 9, 2021
For years now the family has been used to us pulling over to the side of the road whenever we spot a RealRide just sitting there waiting for its photo to be taken. Friends are now on to it as well, as this 1952 Ford Mainline, spotted a few weeks ago in Webster while driving back to their home in Greece, will attest to. "It was," as they say in Toronto’s Pizzaville radio commercials, “a rainy day” (you need to say it in a British accent) when we came across this unusually two-toned Fordor on an out-of-the-way side street in this Rochester suburb. Not surprisingly, there isn’t a red-over-blue combination listed in that year’s two-tone offerings. It is though, a rather striking combination, wouldn’t you say?
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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