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RealRides of WNY - 1964 Park Lane

If you wanted a big American car with a retractable rear window 57 years ago, you may have opted for something like this 1964 Mercury Park Lanefour-door sedan. Didn’t want to spend that much? You could have also chosen a Mercury Monterey or a Mercury Montclair. Your choice wasn’t limited to a four door sedan either — there were also two-door sedans, as well as two- and four-door

RealRides of WNY - Imperial, c1975

This Chrysler Imperial, c1975, was seen a while back in a Dunkirkdriveway. It’s wearing a dealer badge from Cunningham Chrysler-Plymouth, which is still doing business selling the complete Mopar lineup in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. The ’75 models were the last Imperials for a while, as slow sales convinced Chrysler that the Imperial’s time had maybe come and gone. The Imperial&rsquo

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Mercury

The 1964 Mercury Park Lanewas just a notch below the Lincoln Continental in Ford’s hierarchy. Its very cushy standard interior included seats which were “…foam-padded with a special balanced spring design giving a more cushioned effect.” “Nylon-face biscuit design upholstery”only added to the mystique. You had your choice of rooflines: either the Breezeway desi


BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE WANTS A CROSSOVER/SUV 2.0 — 2017 Lincoln MKZby Jim CorbranLast week we began our look at “normal” cars (a.k.a. not a pickup/crossover/SUV) with the compact Chevy Sonic. This week we move up a notch in size with the Lincoln MKZ, which the Environmental Protection Agency classifies as a Midsize Car.The MKZ was introduced by Lincoln for model year 2006 as the Li

RealRides of WNY - 1977 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

Don’t tell anyone, but this 1977 Cadillac Sedan DeVille was actually downsized from the previous year’s model — but it’s still allotta car! And you’ve lot to love the color combination; try and find a new car these days in yellow with a matching vinyl roof covering — fat chance! Cadillac was still riding high in 1977 as the luxury make that many Americans aspire