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RealRides of WNY - 1981 Avanti II

Came across this 1981 Avanti IIa couple of years ago in Elma, built by the Avanti Motor Corp. of South Bend, Indiana. The original Avanti was introduced by South Bend’s Studebaker Corp. for model year 1963; it was dropped after MY 1964 while Studebaker was in the throes of disintegration. A group of their dealers formed acompany which eventually bought the tooling for Studebaker’s pers

RealRides of WNY - 1985 Maserati Biturbo

This 1985 Maserati Biturbois the second one of these we’ve come across this year. And if you just said to yourself “bye-TURBO,”think again! It’s pronounced “bit-terbo.”And if that’s not enough, the Australian brochure points out that the steering wheel position can be adjusted in both vertical and longitudinaldirection. Longitudinal!They also mention that

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Cadillac

We nearly misidentified this 1961 Cadillac Series 62convertible as a DeVille. Silly us! There wasn’t a DeVille convertible until MY 1964, the same year it was dropped from "The YouthfulSeries 62" (Cadillac's words, not mine, Lol). We thought this would be a good time of year to feature a convertible, maybe if just to remind us that spring is only three months away or so (at least calendarica