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RealRides of WNY - 1953 Plymouth

This 1953 Plymouth Cranbrookmarked quite a departure from the 1949-52 models from Plymouth, yet it still didn’t quite have that joie de vivrelook of the competition from GM (and maybe to a lesser extent, Ford). Luckily for Mopar fans though, this exercise in tall stylingwould last only two model years until the “All-new ’55 Plymouth — the biggest car in Plymouth history&hel


GROWN-UP TOYS… by Jim Corbran, Automotive ColumnistIf nothing else, the annual fall SEMA Show in Las Vegas (Specialty Equipment Market Association) reminds some adult car enthusiasts that they were once kids playing with Hot Wheels and there’s no reason to think that your Hot Wheels couldn’t also grow up to be adult-sized toys.Take for example the Ram Macho Power Wagon(above) br