May 26, 2015
From our “Don’t see one of these every day” category comes this 1960 Ford Fairlane 500, done up in a fake Town of Chetsville Fire Chief livery and sitting out front of — where else? — Old Tyme Chet’s restaurant in East Aurora. This model sat right around the middle of Ford’s full-sized offerings for 1960, which ranged from the cheapest Custom 300, up through the Fairlane, Fairlane 500, and the squared-roof Galaxie. It would get even more crowded later in the sixties, as Ford added a Galaxie 500 and Galaxie 500XL, the 7-Litre high-performance model, and the über-plush LTD. — Jim Corbran, RRofWNY The post RealRides Of WNY appeared first on Buffalo Cars.