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RealRides of WNY - Jeep CJ-5

This Willys Jeep CJ-5, seen at the 2ndAnnual Cruisin’ at the Crossroadscar cruise at the Crossroads Christian Church in East Aurora, isfrom somewhere in the mid-1950s to 1963 (notes were taken that day, and notes were lost!). One clue is the “Willys” logo on the tailgate. Willys-Overland sold Jeep to Kaiser in 1963, so it’s no newer than that. Another clue is the dealer sti

RealRides of WNY - 1978 Ranchero

If I had a 1978 Ford Rancherolike this one, I’d want an interior like the one in the bottom photo. The auto industry hadn’t yet entered its malaise interior period, where everything turned black, tan, or gray. The exterior choices were also quite colorful. This one’s a rather tame Russett Metallic, but check the photo on the right forthe other colors; and notice in the fine print

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Mustang

Steve Salisbury of Orchard Park owns this somewhat unusual 1968 Ford Mustang. What’s so unusual about a 1968 Mustang? Well, this one still has the original straight six under the hood. And not only is it a six, but it’s the base200cid six — which yes, was standard on all 1968 Mustangs, but I’d hazard a guess that not many of them are left these days intact. This was year tw

RealRides of WNY - 1970s Toyota Land Cruiser

This 1970s-era Toyota Land Cruiseris proof that no manufacturer, no matter how good their quality reputation may be, is immune from the ravages of a WNY winter. As you can see, we came across this one twice; once semi-buried in the snows of East Auroraa few winters ago, another time later the following summer, when it had obviously been moved. Today’s RealRidelooks just like the one in Toyot