Results for: 2015 CAR SHOW

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Cadillac

This 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Specialsedan was the almostcrème of the '64 Cadillac crop. That honor would go, I guess, to the two different Fleetwood Seventy-Five models — the sedan and the limousine. The Sixty Special was a bit more exclusive than the much more plebian Series 62 and DeVille models. The Fleetwood had its own distinctive roofline with a smaller rear windscreen for

RealRides of WNY - 1929 Ford

This 1929 Ford Fordor Two Windowsedan is another in my series of “Cars Even Older Than I Am.”Seen back in 2015 at the annual car show on the grounds of the Buffalo History Museum, it should give you an idea of where the term “trunk” came from when referring to the storage area located at the rear of many cars. Lol… A big deal back in 1929 was the fact that “Spr

RealRides of WNY - 1952 Bel Air

Loveseeing these blasts-from-the-past custom cars at modern day cruise nights and car shows. This 1952 Chevy Bel Airhas been given a mild treatment — wide whites with red steelies, Moon discs, sunken radio antenna, and ’59 Caddy taillight lenses are a few of the changes that jump right out at you here. This was the fourth year for the post-war Chevy style cycle, and the buying public w

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Corvan 95

Although the 1961 Chevy Corvan 95certainly had a colorful exterior palette available, I’m not so sure that the two-tone combination on this one, seen back in 2015 at the annual Buffalo History Museumcar show, was offered by the factory. At the bottom of the page is a graphic of that year’s paint chips. You be the judge. Chevy put a positive spin on the fact that the engine was in the r