Buffalo Cars

RealRides of WNY - 1927 Pontiac

August 25, 2017

RealRides of WNY - 1927 Pontiac

This fine-looking 1927 Pontiac Landau sedan is from the marque’s second year in business. This one is owned by Pat & Mary Raab of Ellicottville, who found it after it’d been parked in a barn for 50 years; they lovingly restored it to the condition you see here. A decal on the back window reads “Parker High School, Clarence, New York,” and the Raabs would love any info on the car’s original owners. Another sticker on the front window is an “A” gas ration permit from World War II. My wife Tracy and I saw this car recently at a show in Allegany, where we voted for it as our “Spectator’s Choice.”

Jim Corbran, RRofWNY

Got a RealRide you'd like to see featured here? Drop us a line at realrides@buffnews.com

Check out our Facebook pages:

Mom & Dad Cars, LuvTheCheapies 

The post “RealRides of WNY” appeared first on Buffalo Cars