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RealRides of WNY - 1965 Skylark

Seems like when this 1965 Buick Skylarkwas new, GM could do no wrong. Compacts, mid-sized, full-sized — didn’t seem to matter, they were all smartly styled and well-received by the public. The Skylark was the middle nameplate for Buick’s mid-sized lineup, consisting of a two-door Thin-pillar coupe(as they called it), four-door sedan, two-door hardtop, and convertible. Glass-roofe

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Buick

We searched high and low for proof that a 1969 Buick GSXwas ever produced at the factory, but came up dry. Everything we found says theGSX was introduced in 1970 as a two-door hardtop model in the Skylark lineup. It was yellow, with black stripes, and a rear spoiler, all of which we see on today’s RealRide. Unless there was a Canada-only 1969 GSX which no one seems to know about on the inter

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Tempest

The 1961 Pontiac Tempestwas one of three of GM’s senior compacts to debut that year (along with the Olds F-85 & Buick Special). Pontiac’s car was a bit out of the ordinary, advertised as being “America’s only front engine rear transmission car!”This, they told us, “…opens up more engine compartment space up front. Now there’s room for an engine

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Buick Custom Deluxe

Day 2 of Buick Week…When we first encountered this 1951 Buick Custom Deluxea couple of summers ago at weekly Cruising on the Q event on Queen Street in Niagara Falls, Ontario, we hadn’t figured that it was a Canada-only model. But our research department (me) over the weekend found an April 1, 2007 article on wheels.catitled “Canada only cars: Part III,”which told us that