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RealRides of WNY - 1985 Eagle

If nothing else, you’ve gotta admit that American Motors was ahead of its time with this car. Today’s RealRide, a 1985 AMC Eagle, was one of the Kenosha manufacturer’s last hurrahs in the automobile business. Call it the first modern crossover if you will. Based on the Concord series (which itself evolved from the popular Hornet compact), the Eagle combined a rather rugged 4-whee

RealRides of WNY - 1994 Buick Roadmaster

Don’t need no stinkin’ crossovers when there’s a 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon parked in the driveway! Buick was advertising the Roadmaster as "Spacious luxury in a superior full-size car." Can’t argue with the full-size part! This one looks a lot different from the ones we often see driving around town in that: a) it looks pretty much rust free; b) the plastic trim al


WHITHER THE STATION WAGON? by Jim Corbran, Automotive Columnist People who’ve been reading my automotive rantings over the years are by now pretty much used to my favorite peeve: Whatever happened to the station wagon? This thought came to mind once again during a recently-completed driving vacation to Pigeon Forge, Tenessee. My Better Half and I packed a week’s worth of clothing, elec