Results for: 289 V-8

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Mercury Comet

If your daily commute is getting to be a grind, we noticed that this 1965 Mercury Comethas been put up for sale, where we found it outside of a Pendletonrepair garage. The fender badge indicates that there’s a Ford 427 under the hood, and above that are graphics which tell us it’s a factory lightweight, so I’m sure it’s great on gas! Didn’t get a peek inside to count

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Ford Ranchero

It’s not often these days you run across a 1965 Ford Ranchero; even rarer to find one that looks like it’s set up for racing. The front fender badge indicates a 289 V-8 under the hood. The rear tires/wheels seem to indicate some track usage (although the front tires, at this time, seem to indicate it’s not going anywhere right now, Lol). This one looks to be in fairly good shape,

RealRides of WNY - 1959 Studebaker Lark

This neat little 1959 Studebaker Lark was seen a few weekends ago gassing-up in Irving. This one has Studebaker’s 289 V-8 along with an automatic transmission. Studebaker and American Motors were the first to market American-made compacts in 1959, followed a year later by The Big Three; only Studebaker offered a V-8 engine until 1961. Two-door station wagons were a dying breed in 1959, but t