Results for: 2020 TASTE OF WEST SENECA

RealRides of WNY - 1952 Chevrolet

Cars from the year of one’s birth are always just a tad more interesting, IMO. Like this 1952 Chevrolet Fleetline DeLuxe,whichwas the last of its breed (that breed being the full-sized fastback body style which was popular back in the 1940s). The Fleetline was one of seven different body styles offered by Chevy for MY 1952, along with: two-door versions of the sedan, sport coupe, hardtop, an

RealRides of WNY - 1968 GS 400

For your perusal: another rarely-seen-at-a-car-show car, this 1968 Buick GS 400. It came standard with a 400cid 4-bbl V8 under the hood (a very similar GS 350 came with — surprise! — a 350cid 4-bbl V8). Buick told us that the GS had “… a look that brings to mind a whole list of stirring adjectives. Clean. Fresh. Masculine. Just to name a few.”Apparently women weren&r

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Galaxie

Seeing a 1961 Ford Galaxie Town Sedanat a car show is a rarity. At least in my experience. This was the third year for the Galaxie nameplate, and the last year for it to sit at the top of Ford’s hierarchy. Beginning in MY 1962, the top-line full-size Ford would have beenthe Galaxie 500, with the base model carrying the Galaxie moniker. Fairlane and Fairlane 500 names, used for the lower-end