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RealRides of WNY - 1979 Aspen

The RealRidesstaff (me) loves going to car shows and cruise nights and coming across something like this 1979 Dodge Aspen, which we saw last Sunday at the Buffalo History Museum’s Antique and Classic Car Showin — yes — Buffalo. The Aspen was introduced for 1976 as a replacement for the Dart… but the Dart was just too popular to kill at that point, and soldiered on for one

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Valiant

Day 5 of Compacts Week…This 1965 Plymouth Valiant Signetwas seen in 2017 in Niagara Falls, Ontarioat a Cruising on the Qweekly car show. The Valiant started out life for model year 1960 as a stand-alone nameplate. It was sold at Chrysler-Plymouth dealers in the U.S., where it would gain a Plymouth nameplate for 1961. In Canada however, the Valiant was marketed as the Valiant by Chryslerand

RealRides of WNY - 1980 Plymouth Volare

(Day 3 of WagonWeek…)Always good to find a RealRide which I can see from my front porch… like this recently spotted 1980 Plymouth Volare. The Volare and Dodge’s almost identical Aspen were introduced for the 1976 model year, and ended up replacing the Valiant/Dart almost-twins beginning with the 1977 models. And as you may have already guessed, we found this one in Tonawanda.&m

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Plymouth Scamp

This 1973 Plymouth Scampis from a period when Chrysler’s Dodge and Plymouth compacts were almostidentical, especially from this rear view. Until I pulled right up to it I wasn’t sure which it was. The Scamp was Plymouth’s version of the two-door hardtop which Dodge sold as a Dart Swinger. At this point in time, Plymouth’s compacts went by the names Duster (two-door coupe),