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RealRides of WNY - 1973 LeMans

The cover of the brochure called it “Pontiac’s sporty new mid-sized car.”But it was a bit of a stretch a few pages later, when this 1973 Pontiac LeMans Sportwas described as a “2-door Colannade Hardtop.” Yes, it did have two doors, the top was hard, and it featured GM’s new Colannade styling, but in the automotive world of the 20thcentury, a 2-door hardtop was t

RealRides of WNY - 1977 Grand LeMans

Because ofthe missing chrome trim around the rear wheel well, I’d guess that this 1977 Pontiac Grand LeManswas wearing a pair of factory-installed fender skirts when it left the assemblyline (like the one in the brochure illustration at the right). This was the fifth and final year for GM’s Colannade styling, where Pontiac referred to their sedans as 2-door hardtop coupes, and 4-door h

RealRides of WNY - 1974 Buick Regal

All of General Motors’ midsized cars had been downsized for model year 1973, with new Colonnadestyling which included frameless front door glass and non-opening rear quarter windows on two-door models. GM’s Flint-based entries were the Century, whose two-door featured a rakish roofline, and a more formal edition — seen here on this 1974 Buick Regal. The Regal was on a par with Ch