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RealRides of WNY - 1951 Pontiac

This 1951 Pontiac Chieftain Streamlinermarked the final year for GM’s fastback from its division whose cars began life as Oaklands back in 1907 (the Oakland firm was founded in Pontiac, Michigan). The 1952 Chevy Fleetline DeLuxe was the last holdout of this once popular body style. The final Oldsmobile and Cadillac fastbacks were 1950 models, while Buick still offered the Custom Special 2-do

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Pontiac

Talk about confusing. This 1967 Pontiac Venturawas one of six different nameplates in two different wheelbases available in the full-sized Pontiac lineup that year. The upscale Bonneville Brougham, Bonneville, and Executive all rode on a 124-inch wheelbase, while the Grand Prix, Ventura, and Catalina made-do with three fewer inches of length between the axles. Varying degrees of engine size and lu

RealRides of WNY - 1952 Chevrolet

Cars from the year of one’s birth are always just a tad more interesting, IMO. Like this 1952 Chevrolet Fleetline DeLuxe,whichwas the last of its breed (that breed being the full-sized fastback body style which was popular back in the 1940s). The Fleetline was one of seven different body styles offered by Chevy for MY 1952, along with: two-door versions of the sedan, sport coupe, hardtop, an

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Ford Torino GT

Fastbacks were all the rage in the mid-to-late 1960s, and this 1969 Ford Torino GT SportsRoof is a great example. When introduced for model year 1968, Ford touted the then-called Fastback’s “picture” rear window [with] delicately tinted glass to reduce sun glare.Anyone who’s ever sat in the back seat of one of these cars can tell you just how hot it can get back there on a