Results for: Joe Galvin

RealRides of WNY - 1958 Edsel

From these photos it’s hard to imagine that area resident Joe Galvin’s 1958 Edsel Pacerisn’t from the car’s top of the line — it wasn’t even second from the top, as the ’58 Edsel hierarchy went (top-to-bottom): Citation, Corsair, Pacer, and Ranger. The four-door hardtop body style, along with the two-tone paint and continental kit, surely add a bit of pana

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Tempest

The 1961 Pontiac Tempestwas one of three of GM’s senior compacts to debut that year (along with the Olds F-85 & Buick Special). Pontiac’s car was a bit out of the ordinary, advertised as being “America’s only front engine rear transmission car!”This, they told us, “…opens up more engine compartment space up front. Now there’s room for an engine

RealRides of WNY - 1947 Studebaker Commander

This 1947 Studebaker Commander Regal De Luxe Coupeis another old beauty which can be found in the Buffalogarage of Joseph Galvin. The Commander was Stude’s premium line back in ’47, and this red example is one of over 56,000 produced. In their literature, the South Bend manufacturer called it a thrilling new car that’s a melody in metal—with extra low, extra wide, new bodie

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Imperial LeBaron Southampton

This 1961 Imperial LeBaron Southampton (one of only 1,004 made that year)is just one of a number of cars to be found in thegarage of Buffalo promoter and local real estate developerJoseph Galvin. The Imperial, of course, was Chrysler’s entry in the luxury car category, facing off against Cadillac and Lincoln for bragging rights at bankers’ conventions and polo match parking lots. Style