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RealRides of WNY - 1965 Impala SS

We saw this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SSover the summer in a Bataviadriveway. The Impala set all kinds of sales records in 1965 — Chevy sold more than twice as many Impalas (around 803,400) than American Motors sold cars! And that’s not even including the Impala Super Sport (SS) or the Bel Air and Biscayne models. I can’t imagine one car model ever having sales numbers like that agai

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Ambassador

The 1964 Rambler Ambassador 990was the top of the line from the Kenosha, Wisconsin automaker. (A 990H was available with a bit more potent engine and a more upscale interior). Unlike later Ambassadors, the ’64 models weren’t all that different outside from the lesser Rambler Classics. But, they didcome with standard V8 power — a 327cid rated at 250 hp. Rambler was the first Ameri

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Sedan de Ville

This 1965 Cadillac Sedan de Villecarried the same MSRP ($5,666) as the pillarless hardtop Sedan de Ville. Saleswise though, it wasn’t even close — 45,535 hardtops left the factory, while only 15,000 of these traditional pillared sedans were built. Maybe traditionalisn’t the correct word here, as for 1965 Cadillac introduced curved side glass to its lineup, and it was frameless in