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RealRides of WNY - 1972 Eldorado

A magazine ad for the 1972 Cadillac Eldoradoconvertible told us it had “the lines, the dash, the spirit”to be the “thoroughbred of cars.”It also reminded us that it was the only luxury convertible built in America. This was an age when the drop-tops were being phased out due to fears that the government would ban them due to safety issues. There’d still be four more y

RealRides of WNY - 1939 Packard

This 1939 Packard Sixis still getting a workout. Notice the kayak racks in place. In some circles these cars are referred to as the Packard One-Ten, but all of the literature I’ve seen uses the Six moniker, which differentiates it from the Eight & Twelve series of cars. One ad told us how the ’39 Packards had been voted as America’s handsomest car in an unbiased national surv

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Eldorado

Unless you’re driving a black car (and what are the odds, Lol) it’s not likely that the interior color of your daily driver comes close to matching itsexterior’s paint job. Back when this 1972 Cadillac Eldoradowas new however, it wasn’t all that unusual to see. Still Cadillac’s only front-drive model, the Eldorado was powered by an 8.7L V8, which Cadillac boasted was

RealRides of WNY - 1980 MGB

This 1980 MGB LEis one of only 6,668 which were produced for model years 1979-80. Available only in black in the North American market, extras which made it a Limited Edition model were: Front air dam Five-spoke alloy wheels Silver lower body stripes Luggage rack Leather-covered, padded, three-spoke steering wheel with special center hub Limited Edition dash plaque installed on the glove box door