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RealRides of WNY - 1960 Ford Falcon

Hard to imagine, but this 1960 Ford Falcon evolved into the über success which was the original Mustang. While the Mustang had a much more sporty body and interior, underneath it wasn’t much more than Ford’s compact Falcon, which itself was a huge sales success, racking up over 435,000 sales in its debut year of 1960. This example, wearing non-stock tires & rims, was spotted l

RealRides of WNY - 1966 Chrysler 300

Back in the mid-sixties, especially after the introduction of Ford’s Mustang, there was a new school of automobile design commonly referred to as Long Hood, Short Deck styling. This 1966 Chrysler 300on the other hand, was more like from the school of Long Hood, Long Deck. This was a decade before downsizing became a thing, so every year the car-buying public was treated to longer, lower, and

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Plymouth 'Cuda

This 1973 Plymouth ‘Cuda was one of two versions of this car you could buy. Although both came only with V-8 power under the hood, the ‘Cuda was the more sporty-looking one of the pair, while the more formally named Barracuda might be found wearing a set of whitewalls with fake wire-wheelcovers. This was the penultimate year for Plymouth’s pony car, which never caught on as well