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RealRides of WNY - 1942 Jeep

The 1942 Willys MBplayed a key role in World War II, its reliability and agility endearing it to both GIs and our allies. Cartoonist Bill Mauldin featured the Jeep in many of his Willie and Joepanels, including the one at the bottom of this page which is said to be his favorite. The MB was produced from 1941-45 by the Willys-Overland Corp. Gen. George C. Marshall, US Army Chief of Staff during WWI

AS THE NAMEPLATE TURNS Part II

AS THE NAMEPLATE TURNS Part II— the buying and selling-off of automotive brands By Jim CorbranAutomotive Columnist Last week we took a look at the many brands owned, albeit for a short time in the grand scheme of things, by the Ford Motor Company.This week we’ll see what General Motors was up to while Ford was busy building up its Premier Automotive Group (PAG).General Motors (GM)

RealRides of WNY - 1982 Hummer H1

I often joke that some of the bigger, older cars we feature here wouldn’t fit in my Depression-era garage — but I doubt that this 1982 Hummer H1 would even fit in my driveway (or down my street, Lol). This was the Hummer of the military, which General Motors started marketing to the general public after much whining by Arnold Schwartzenegger, who just had to have one! GM purchased the