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RealRides of WNY #2330 - 1973 Nova

A sign in the window of this 1973 Chevrolet Nova SS(inset)tells us it’s still with its original owner, who bought it from Sweeney Chevrolet on Main Street in Clarence (now the site of the Clarence Secure Storage facility). For model year 1973 the SS wasn’t a distinct series, but rather was an option package available for the Nova & Nova Custom coupe & hatchback. According to th

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Chevy C10

Not often (these days) that you come across a 1972 Chevrolet Fleetside Custom Series 10in this condition. The Willow Green example (seen last summer at a cruise night in Akron) is equipped with the optional 350cid V8 according to the fender badge. We can also see whitewalls, wheelcovers (which were only available with the 15” tires), and a pair of bed handrails, which is what Chevy called th

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Malibu SS

I’ll admit to being a nose-holder when first viewing GM’s mid-size offerings for MY 1973. The Colonnade styling, featuring frameless door glass, thick B-pillars, and fixed rear quarter windows on the two-door models (plus the discontinuation of the pillarless hardtops) just turned me off. But, as with many things, my opinion has changed over the decades. Now I wouldn’t mind ownin

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Delta 88

Back when this 1972 Oldsmobile Delta 88was new, North American car manufacturers still seemed to think its buyers were hung up on size.Erm, size andweight, as we were reminded — in print — that the Delta 88 was “…heavy, over 4,200 pounds, with a long 124-inch wheelbase.”It was also equipped with a rather erotic-sounding “G-Ride System,”with which “r

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Chevy Nova

An uncharacteristic (for Chevy) lack of fender-mounted engine ID emblems leave us wondering if this 1973 Chevy Nova hatchback is equipped with a six or a V-8. It could be rare, as only 11,005 of them left the factory with Chevy’s straight six under the hood (even fewer — 3,172 — Nova Custom hatchbacks were built with the six). Three times as many Novas had a V-8 (eithe