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RealRides of WNY - 1978 LTD II

When I first spotted this 1978 Ford LTD IIat this summer’s Olcott Beach Car Show in OlcottI thought it looked like an old unmarked police car. Closer inspection revealed an optional Dove Grey vinyl top which blended perfectly with the Dove Grey paint job. The four-door base model LTD II could be had with optional C-pillar opera windows, not seen on today’s RealRide. Perhaps the dog dis

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Chevelle

Remember when you could buy a simple family sedan like this 1964 Chevy Chevelle 300? It was basic transportation in the new mid-size segment (a group of cars which were very much the same size as what would have been considered full-size ten years prior). They weren’t all-out strippers though. The brochure reminded us that the 300 came with: “Armrests front and rear plus two handy ash

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Apollo

Today we bring you another entry in the “You NEVER see these anymore!” category — a 1973 Buick Apollo, spotted on a Cheektowagaside street a few weeks ago. The Apollo of course was not much more than a Chevy Nova in disguise. Buick even alluded to the fact in one of their ads: “Let’s face it. Apollo’s basic body configuration is something you’ve seen befor

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - Ford Maverick, c1977

Came across this base model Ford Maverick, c1977, last summer while visiting Seattle. Here’s what we know about this car (which, if it is indeeda 1977, would be one of the last Mavericks, as they werereplaced in 1978 by the Fairmont): it’s wearing a vintage vehicle license plate on the back, but a regular plate with a totally different number on the front; the c-pillar is sporting a h

RealRides of WNY - 1959 Dodge Royal

(Day 4 of MoparWeek)If I were to own an old car, I’d want it to be something like this 1959 Dodge Royal — lots of kitsch and no worries about getting a parking lot ding. The Royal was in the middle of the Dodge line for ’59, between the lower Coronet and the more expensive Custom Royal. If you look closely, you’ll see that this one, seen at this summer’s Medina Super