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RealRides of WNY - 1966 Caprice

While we certainly seem to see plenty of its brethren Biscayne, Bel Air, and Impala models still around, it seems rare to find a 1966 Chevy Capriceout and about on the streets these days. Not sure why. Chevy sold around 181,000 of them in two- and four-door hardtop and station wagon variations. Bigger numbers than the Biscayne (approx. 112,400 produced), but fewer than Bel Air (236,600) and Impala

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Buick Wildcat

Seeing this 1965 Buick Wildcatlast summer in North Tonawandabrought back a flood of childhood memories, to when the neighbors had a white ’65 convertible with a white interior. Of course, the Dad had bought the car before marrying into a family with five kids (and me often tagging along). Nobodywith five kids buys a car with a white interior, Lol… This car also got me thinking about h

RealRides of WNY - 1966 Plymouth Fury III

One more from Mopar; this time a 1966 Plymouth Fury III four-door sedan (only 46,505 made), owned by Ray Catanesi of Newfane, and seen at this past summer’s car show at St. Mary’s High School in Lancaster. The Fury III was Plymouth’s equivalent to Chevy’s Impala and Ford’s Galaxie 500 — all top-rung cars which were knocked down a peg by the “affordable lux

RealRides of WNY - 1970 Ford LTD

This 1970 Ford LTD, seen a while back in South Buffalo, is from an era when Ford, Chevy, and Plymouth were trying to lure buyers from going upscale to fancier models like Mercury, Oldsmobile, and Chrysler. They did so by tarting-up their bread-and-butter brands Galaxie, Impala, and Fury, and churning out LTDs, Caprices, and VIPs. It was a brilliant marketing ploy which really blurred the line betw