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RealRides of WNY - 1941 Buick

Looking around at today’s automotive landscape, you have to wonder what automobile manufacturers were thinking back when this 1941 Buick Specialwas built. Why were these cars so big, when they were probably driven most often with no more than one or two people inside? Chalk it up I guess to all the wide open space here in the U.S., where the mantra always seemed to be “bigger is better

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Cutlass

Happy New Year, Y'all!This 1965 Oldsmobile Cutlassis one of those mid-sixties’ GM intermediates which you seldom see anymore. Most of them thatyou dosee seem to have the 4-4-2 option package. Yes, it was still an option package in 1965 (400cid V8, 4-bbl carburetor, twin exhausts, redline tires, and heavy-duty suspension), and as Olds told us in the brochure, “This swinging performance