Results for: Four-Door Sedan

RealRides of WNY #2316 - 1967 New Yorker

This 1967 Chrysler New Yorkeris just one of the many big ’66-’67 NYers, Newports, and 300s I seem to have come across in the past two or three years. Where have you guys been hiding all of this time? Lol… Maybe the astronomical prices of some old Dodges and Plymouths these days has sent the classic car buyer into a different direction. The New Yorker was, in Chrysler’s wor

RealRides of WNY #2315 - 1958 Olds

In their new-found quest to stump mid-1950s gas jockeys, General Motors decided to begin hiding the gas filler necks on many of its cars. You’d need to find the hidden door (inset)on this 1958 Oldsmobile Super 88before you could pump ethyl into its 20-gallon tank. I’d imagine with its 371cid, 305-hp V8, that that neighborhood gas jockey became quite familiar with the Olds. The brochure

RealRides of WNY #2314 (on the road) - 1963 Rambler

If there’d been an award for the most colorful car at this year’s Rambler-Rama held this past June in Port Perry, Ontario, I’m guessing this 1963 Rambler American 440would have had an excellent shot at winning it. The 440 was at the top of the American model lineup for 1963. As you can see on the trunk lid, the owner has an Instagramaccount which we headed over to and found the p

RealRides of WNY #2309 - 1939 Dodge

Day 3 of “Yeah, it needs a little work…”A sign in the window of this 1939 Dodgesaid it had been in storage for the past 15 years when we came across it a couple of summers ago in Lackawanna. It also mentioned that it “comes w/parts”and suggests making an offer, although it did havea four-figure asking price listed. The trim on this one would seem to indicate it&rsquo

RealRides of WNY #2304 - 1962 Olds

Checking over the photos of this 1962 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88after returning home from this year’s Antique Automobile Club of America Car Show in Elma, I thought maybe the owner had left the keys or something sitting on top of the trunk lid. Upon closer inspection I realized it’s a Rocket 88 emblem. Hard to tell from the photos, so I found a set (it comes in two pieces) for sale on eBay

RealRides of WNY #2303 - 1951 Chevy

Between the tall grass and the factory fender skirts it almost looks like this 1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxesedan has no rear wheels. You might wonder why the owner forked over the cash for aPowerglide automatic transmission (you can see the badgeon the trunk above the Chevrolet emblem), as well as for those optional fender skirts but kept the dog dish hubcaps. The answer’s simple. There w

RealRides of WNY #2302 - 1968 Dodge

I don’t imagine that the original buyers of this 1968 Dodge Coronet 440ever thought their car would show up at a classic car show some 54 years later… but, here it is! We came across it a few weeks ago at the 2ndAnnual Dairy Queen Father’s Day Car Showin Eden. The 440 was right in the middle of the Coronet lineup — where a lot of 1960s families’ cars were — and

RealRides of WNY #2299 - 1986 Olds

Almost 42,000 of the 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supremefour-door sedans left the factory. It’s rare (IMO) to see one these days. Almost twice as many Cutlass Supreme coupes were sold that year, as well as a combination of over 80,000 Cutlass Supreme Brougham coupes & sedans. Looking at the front view of today’s RealRide(seen earlier this year in Niagara Falls) we can see quite the fam

RealRides of WNY #2298 - 1966 Buick

We arrived at a recent Wheels @ Widewaterscruise night held at Marvin’s at Widewaters in Lockportjust in time to see this 1966 Buick Electra 225pulling out of the parking lot.This is the four-door sedan body style; there were two- and four-door hardtops offered as well, all of which were also available in the Electra 225 Custom series that addeda convertible to the lineup.(edit… we sa

RealRides of WNY #2297 - 1953 Chevy

This 1953 Chevrolet Two-Tenwas one of three four-doors offered in that year’s line-up, the other two being the base One-Fifty and the pricier (and fancier) Bel Air (see them all in the brochure illustration below). This was the first year that those three nameplates were used to depict Chevy’s different series. Previously, the Bel Air name was used exclusively to denote their pillarles