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RealRides of WNY - 1957 Rambler

When this 1957 Rambler Customwas new, The Big Three (GM, Ford, and Chrysler) were still the big three in sales, but competition from other American makes was hanging in there. American Motors was making Ramblers like this one, along with the larger Nash Ambassador and the very similar Hudson Hornet (both of which which would be phased out for 1958), as well the imported Nash Metropolitan two-seate

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Rogue

Talk about rare! American Motors made only 921 1967 Rambler American Rogueconvertibles, but we found one of them at this year’s Clutch Artists Summerama Car Showat the Lamm Post in Williamsville. This one’s got the optional 232cid inline six (a 199cid was standard), and appears to be wearing a Barbados Blue paint job. With a starting MSRP of just $2,872 the Rogue droptop was one of the

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Ford

Yes, in the 1950s, American automobile manufacturers were known for offering some very colorful factory paintjobs. But, I don’t think this 1951 Ford Customis necessarily wearing one of them. Ford offered three different greens for 1951: Sea Island, Sportsman, and Greenbrier. Today’s RealRidelooks more like the Skyhaze Green which was available in 1955. Looks sharp, though, especially w