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RealRides of WNY - 1949 Ford F-6

We spotted this c1949 Ford F-6nine years ago in downtown Buffalo, acting as a portable sign-holder in the parking lot of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum. It’s showing a bit of metal perforation here and there, but for a 70-something-year-old work truck — not so bad! Ford told us their 1949 “Bonus Built”trucks were “Business You Can Bank On!”Availa

RealRides of WNY - 1957 Dodge 300

Versions of this 1957 Dodge 300which were equipped with Chrysler’s Red Ram hemi V8 engine were referred to in print as Power Giants. They also had a Veeemblem above the grille as seen below on the brochure cover, so we’ll assume that today’s RealRide, seen last month in Cambria, has the 3.8L flathead I6 under its hood. These C-series trucks were introduced in 1954, and their styl

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Ford F-5

It might not have been all that unusual 60-some years ago, but it’s not very common to see a 1951 Ford F-5 COEthese days — especially at a car show. The F-5 was one of Ford’s b-i-g trucks, it’s cab-over-engine design a boon to drivers who needed to navigate narrow city streets. This one has a GVW (gross vehicle weight) of 14,000 pounds — bigger rigs had a GVW of 22,00