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RealRides of WNY - 1975 Luv

If back in the ‘70s you needed a small pickup, your choices were varied. Detroit’s Big Three all offered versions of Japanese imports in which they had some sort of financial interest. Ford offered a version of a Mazda which they called Courier, Chrysler rebadged a Mitsubishi as a Dodge Ram 50/Plymouth Arrow, while General Motors was selling this 1975 Chevy Luv— which was an Isuz

RealRides of WNY - Toyota Tacoma

This little Toyota Tacoma, which we’re guessing is from 1996 or so, is one of a wave of compact pickups which reached the North American shores from Japan starting back in the 1960s. Those early Toyotas and Datsuns proved popular enough in the U.S. forAmerican manufacturersto temporarily make deals to offerrebadged versions from Mazda (Ford Courier), Mitsubishi (Dodge Ram 50/Plymouth Arrow),

RealRides of WNY (on the Road) - Mitsubishi Mighty Max

This Mitsubishi Mighty Maxpickup, seen last month while we vay-cayed in Seattle, looks like someone was performing a brake test behind a bus… and failed. The Mighty Max was a compact pickup (what ever happened to thatidea, anyway?) produced by Mitsu for about ten years starting in 1986. A badge-engineered version was sold in US Dodge dealers as the Ram 50 (below),which for a while gave Dodg