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RealRides of WNY - 1964 Spitfire

Probably one of the prettiest little cars on the market at the time, this 1964 Triumph Spitfire 4was also known as the Spitfire Mark I. Under the full forward-tilt hood was an OHV inline-four engine of 1,147cc (70cid) with twin carburetors. Certainly not much when compared to what was coming out of Detroit at the time, but then again, the car weighed less that 1,600 lbs. A bit of an upgrade from s

RealRides of WNY - RCR 917

If you want something that stands out from the crowd, this RCR 917should do the trick. If you haven’t guessed, RCR stands for Race Car Replicas, and this particular kit car is registered with the NYS DMV as a 1983 CUSTOM 2DSD. It is based, of course, on the Porsche 917, thought by many to be the Holy Grail of race cars, which earned the German manufacturer its first ever overall win at the 2

RealRides of WNY - 1959 Land Rover

Spotted this nifty 1959 Land Roverover the summer at Euro Car Dayat The Angry Buffalo/Rose Garden Restaurant in Williamsville, sponsored by the British Car Club of WNY. Well, at least the registration sticker says it’s a 1959, but the car’s styling would seem to suggest something newer, especially at the front end with the fender-mounted headlights (all 1959 L-Rs I could find had the h