Results for: Four-Door Sedan

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1977 Dacia 1300

Today’sRealRidecomes to us all the way from Romania, where RealRidescar-spotter and WNY resident Stephen Graham recentlysnapped these photos of a 1977 Dacia1300(pronounced DAY-sha). If you’re thinking to yourself “That looks like a Renault 12,” go to the head of the class. Renault’s version of the car debuted in 1969 and was produced in France until 1980. Dacia acquir

RealRides of WNY - 1940 Ford DeLuxe

When we came across this 1940 Ford DeLuxe Fordorsedan last summer, it was wearing a For Salesign which stated: "V-8, three-speed, older restoration. Runs, Drives, and Stops good. $14,900."It disappeared a while after we passed by, and I always wondered if it got sold. The ’40 Fords were very popular back in the day with customizers and hot rodders, which makes it all the more remarkable that

RealRides of WNY - 1970 Olds Ninety-Eight

This 1970 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Town Sedanis looking period-perfect with its Aspen Green paint job. Odds are the original owner had a fridge and stove to match Lol. The Ninety-Eight was Oldsmobile’s biggest car; as a matter of fact, it was one of the biggest non-limos made in North America. With an overall length of 225” it matched the Cadillac DeVille and Lincoln Continental, but wa

RealRides of WNY - 1957 Pontiac Chieftain

Yes, I’m sure a lot of foreheads were cracked open against 1950s-era American car metal dashboards, but you’ve got to admit they were much more interesting from an artistic standpoint than the instrument panels of today. This 1957 Pontiac Chieftainis certainly a good example. Just the color alone sets it miles apart from the boringness of the mostly-black dashes we see these days. The

RealRides of WNY - 1986 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

Another example today from the Blue Oval folks, this time a Midnight Canyon Red Metallic 1986 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX. Ford may have downsized their big cars a few years back for model year 1979, making them shorter, but nobody said the names couldn’t still continue to grow. The LX model was a Crown Vic with the 112Aoption package, which consisted of a slew of comfort/convenience equipmen

RealRides of WNY - 1957 Rambler Custom

The 1957 Rambler Custom, like this one seen this past summer at the Buffalo History Museum’s nnual classic car event, was available with either a six-cylinder or V-8 engine. The six, which AMC called “…the thriftiest power plant on the American scene,”was a 195.6 cu. in. unit, putting out 125 hp (or 135 hp with the optional power pack), while the 190-hp V-8 checked in at 2

RealRides of WNY - 1956 Chrysler Windsor

I’m hoping the fact that this 1956 Chrysler Windsoris sitting way out at the edge of this Lancastersalvage yard means that it’s not going to the crusher. The hood’s a bit bent, but from here this big four-door totally looks like it could be brought back to life. The Windsor, which Chrysler touted as “America’s Most Smartly Different Car!” was Chrysler’s en

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Ford LTD

After following this 1968 Ford LTD through North Tonawanda a couple of weeks ago, I had to get home and look up the production numbers. Only 22,834 of these four-door sedans were built that year, compared to 54,163 two-door hardtops and 61,755 four-door hardtops. This traditional, pillared four-door model would only stick around for two more model years before being replaced for 1971 by a body sty