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RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1954 Chevy

If you’re on this page, you probably already know that the first modern-day car/pickup from Chevrolet didn’t arrive until MY 1959. But back in 2016, on my way to New York City on Rte. 17 I was passing through the town of Apalachinand exited for a pit stop. Driving down one of the town roads I spotted (I think) a 1954 Chevytrying to morph into a pre-El Camino. From the looks of it, it&r

FROM THE “THEY SHOULDDA BUILT IT” FILES — 1968 PONTIAC SPORT TRUCK

FROM THE “THEY SHOULDDA BUILT IT” FILES — 1968 PONTIAC SPORT TRUCK by Jim Corbran, Automotive Columnist So this thing’s been around for 48 years and this is the first I’ve heard of it? How’d that happen!? I’m sure most of you remember Ford’s Ranchero (the original American Ute) and Chevy’s El Camino. I guess it should come as no surprise that G