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RealRides of WNY - 1966 Jaguar 3.8S

Advertising copy of the day described the 1966 Jaguar 3.8Ssaloon as having “…impeccable body styling and spacious interior proportions.”It also bragged about its “fully independent suspension, self-adjusting brakes on all 4 wheels — reclining front seats, 19 cubic feet luggage boot, twin petrol tanks and choice of automatic or manual transmission.”Meanwhile, on

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Sedan de Ville

This 1965 Cadillac Sedan de Villecarried the same MSRP ($5,666) as the pillarless hardtop Sedan de Ville. Saleswise though, it wasn’t even close — 45,535 hardtops left the factory, while only 15,000 of these traditional pillared sedans were built. Maybe traditionalisn’t the correct word here, as for 1965 Cadillac introduced curved side glass to its lineup, and it was frameless in

RealRides of WNY - 1957 Bel Air

The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Airis probably one of the most popular collector cars around these days. At least, that’s what you’d think if you attended as many car shows/cruise nights as I do. Much ink has been absorbed into stories of how for 1957 Ford actually outsold Chevy for one of the few times since Edsel Ford was in short pants. The numbers are often twisted to reflect calendar year

RealRides of WNY - 1933 Silver Arrow

We seem to have randomly selected a bunch of relatively rare RealRidesthese past few days. This one’s not relatively rare… it’s RARE, baby! The 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrowpictured here is one of only five built, and if you think its Depression-era price tag of $10,000 was high (and, it was!), how about one of them selling at auction a couple of years ago for $2.31 million, an

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Plymouth

This 1967 Plymouth Fury IIItakes us back to a time when Detroit’s Big Three matched each other pretty much model-for-model in an effort to not be left out in the cold. This Fury III did battle with Chevy’s Impala and Ford’s Galaxie 500. All of Chrysler’s styling was rather angular back then, while GM’s was more flowing and Ford’s rather boxy. Something for every

RealRides of WNY - 1950 Chevrolet Fleetline

Before you ask, no, West Seneca’s Kasia Jones (pictured above)doesn’t drive this 1950 Chevy Fleetlinethis low to the ground — although, it might be handy for evening-out some of those WNY “speed bumps” we all encounter every day. She doeshowever, regularly drive this old beauty, fondly known (as the plate says), as Kat’s Rat. And she doesn’t only driveit;

RealRides of WNY - 1991 Chrysler

Some of the “experts” might disagree with me here, but this 1991 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenueis a real survivor car. Let’s be honest — how many great-uncles, grandfathers, and widows (I’m assuming here that that was their demographic) do you suppose bought one of these with the intent on saving it for the next 30 years or so? These were mainly bought to be driven.

RealRides of WNY - 1976 Dodge

Luckily for purists, the owner of this 1976 Dodge Royal Monacohas (so far, at least) resisted the urge to turn it into a Blues Brothers replicar. Although, the presence of those dog dish bubcaps on the black rims might suggest something’s in the works. The original 1974 Bluesmobile was notbased on the upscale Royal Monaco, but was instead built using the much simpler (and cheaper) Monaco ser

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1960 Chrysler

According to the brochure, this 1960 Chrysler Windsor4-door sedan exhibited “…a hardtop flair seldom found in sedans.”Not sure just what they were going for there, other than the fact that the roofline of the sedan pretty much mimics that of the four-door hardtop — which was also true of a lot of other makes. Oh those copywriters! The Windsor, Chrysler’s least expens

RealRides of WNY - 1963 Pontiac Catalina

Day 6 of Discontinued Marques Week…This 1963 Pontiac Catalinacertainly brings back memories. My Mom drove a white two-door hardtop for a few years back in the day. It was the car I was supposed to take my driver’s test in, but someone sideswiped us the night before as I waited to make a left turn in a driving (pun intended) rain storm. We decided it might be best not to show up the ne