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RealRides of WNY - 18xx? Horseless

I think it’s safe to say that this carriageis the oldest RealRidewe’ve featured yet. We found it, not surprisingly, in acarriage house, which is located behind the Morgan Manning House in the Village of Brockport. My wife and I had a private guided tour a few weeks back during our one night mini-cation at the Victorian Bed & Breakfast located right down the street. The Morgan Manni

RealRides of WNY - 1951 DeSoto

This1951 DeSoto Customwasn’t the only four-door sedan in the lineup that year. Also available was the De Luxe model which surprisingly (to me anyway) was cheaper than the Custom, and the Suburban (pictured below), a nine-passenger stretched sedan which DeSoto advertised as having “…generous luggage space inside.Top rack holds still more!”We came across today’s RealRi

RealRides of WNY - 1979 Ford LTD

We ran into Middleport’s Bob Smith and his newly acquired 1979 Ford LTDover the summer at the All-Ford car show at West-Herr Ford in Hamburg. Showing a mere 13k on the odometer, Mr. Smith’s LTD still sports a window decal (below)featuring the dealership and salesman’s names involved in its initial purchase back in the day. That’s something I’ve never seen before. Thes

RealRides of WNY - 1962 Galaxie 500/XL

It’s rare to see a 1962 Ford Galaxie 500/XLat a car show these days — or anywhere, for that matter. Introduced halfway through the model year, the 500/XL started life right at the top of the full-size Ford heap. “Luxury with a sports car lilt is the theme”is what Ford told us in the brochure. All 500/XLs came with such niceties as front bucket seats, “super-deluxe app