Results for: FOUR DOOR HARDTOP

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Polara

The four-door hardtop body style was in about its tenth year of the modern era when this 1964 Dodge Polarawas new. The Polara was, as Dodge told us, “the top of the Dodge line.”(Apparently the brochure writers forgot about the Polara 500, as well as the larger, even-more expensive Chrysler-based 880 lineup.) Its standard equipment list included: 318cid V-8; triple taillights; vinyl-cov

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Sedan DeVille

To show you just how things have changed since this1972 Cadillac Sedan DeVillewas new, if you were so inclined you could equip it with power door locks at extra cost. Today all but the cheapest of the cheap cars come standard with power windows, locks, and outside mirrors. Of course, today’s cheapest of the cheap do notcome with Majesty Clothor Medley Clothinteriors — at any price! Thi

RealRides of WNY - 1958 Cadillac

A couple of days ago on this page we mentioned how General Motors cars of 1958 were a bit, ahem, heavy-looking and chrome-laden. This 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Specialpretty well puts that in perspective. Cadillac called it “…a culmination of the refined techniques and styling genius of Fleetwood craftsmen.”Well, that doessound better than heavy-looking and chrome-laden. I h

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Olds Cutlass

This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Holiday Sedan(Olds-speak for 4-door hardtop) is one of only 22,571 produced. Which really sounds like a lot compared to the non-SupremeCutlass Holiday sedan — of which only 7,344 were built with the V-8 and a mere 644 with the inline six! You don’t see many mid-sized four-door hardtops anymore from this era, as it seems most collectors over the year

RealRides of WNY - 1955 Oldsmobile

Day 2 of Discontinued Marques Week…Even though they sold over 42,000 of the 1955 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Holiday Sedan, you rarely see one today — or anyfour-door hardtop from that era when you think about it. This was the newest body style, and was sold by most American manufacturers by the mid-1950s, and they were pretty popular across the board. Olds called all of their pillarless

RealRides of WNY - 1955 Buick Special

This 1955 Buick Specialfour-door Riviera was officially Model 43 in the Flint automaker’s lineup. As the brochure told us, it had "…the eye-filling beauty of Buick’s low-profiled Convertible (not even a door post to block your view) with the comfort and convenience of 4-door sedan construction."Buick introduced the four-door hardtop (they labeled all of their hardtops Rivieras)

RealRides of WNY - 1971 Chevelle Malibu

Now here’s something you don’t see every day: a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Sport Sedan. Sport Sedan was Chevy-speak for four-door pillarless hardtop, and only 20,775 of these left the factory. To some that might sound like a lot, but compare it to the 186,337 two-door hardtops which were produced. That, and the fact that not many people bothered to take care of these family-oriente