Results for: Belvedere

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Roadrunner

This 1973 Plymouth Roadrunnerseems a might bit fancier than the original was when introduced for model year 1968. That first one was based on the barebones-looking Belvedere pillared sport coupe with a Plain Jane interior. The money was spent under the myzqtfs. Hah. I just made you say underwear. The money was spent under the hood, as well as on the suspension and braking components of the car. Oh

RealRides of WNY - 1950 Ford

The 1950 Ford Custom Tudoris still a pretty clean design some 70 years after going on sale. It’s flat sides were über-modern compared to GM & Chrysler cars which still showed remnants of add-on rear quarter panels. The only thing Ford was missing in their redesigned ’49-50 lineup was a true two-door hardtop. Up to then they had made-do with a fancified two-door sedan they dubb

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1954 Plymouth

This 1954 Plymouth Savoyis probably the last thing we expected to find back in 2015 when we travelled to Saratoga Springsfor the Hemmings Motor News Sports & Exotic Car Show. But there it was, in the parking lot of the Saratoga Automobile Museum in Saratoga Spa State Park where the show took place. The Savoy, new for MY 1954, was slotted between the entry-level Plaza and the pricier Belvedere.