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RealRides of WNY - 1966 Ford Galaxie 500

Hard to look at this 1966 Ford Galaxie 500and not think family car. Nothing fancy — although it wasn’t the cheapest big Ford sedan that year, as the Custom and Custom 500 models were a bit more plain. Ford, in its Buyer’s Digest of New Car Facts for 1966, told us that Families like its roominess and convenience, the luxuriously solid, smooth and quiet ride, the economy and total

RealRides of WNY - 1962 Daimler Majestic Major

This 1962 Daimler Majestic Majoris a limousine produced by the British automaker Daimler — a nameplate once heavily favored by Queen Elizabeth. Built only from 1960-68, Wikipedia tells us that only 1,180 Majestic Majors were produced, with seating for eight if the folding rear jump seats — officially called “twin forward-facing occasional seats” in Daimler’s literatur

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Mercury Cougar

Day 1 of Car Show week… If you think this 1972 Mercury Cougar is rare, you are correct. Only 3,169 of them were built; 1,929 were the higher-priced XR-7, while only 1,240 of the base model like this one were produced. This was the second generation of Mercury’s Mustang cousin, which Mercury branded a luxury sports car. By this time they were getting rather large for a sports car, but

RealRides of WNY - 1966 Ford Galaxie 500

This 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 was seen a couple of weeks ago at the final Cruisin’ On the Q car show of the 2017 season in Niagara Falls, Ontario. This two-door hardtop is similar to the one I took my driver’s test in back in 1970, except it’s a year newer, and has the big 390 cu. in. V8 (Dad’s ’65 had a 352 4-bbl). I imagine this one’s nice condition can be partly

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I

Yes, this 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I(or, is it Mach 1? Ford uses both — the Roman numeral in its brochures, but the Arabic 1 on the front fender decal) is wearing a set of whitewalls. Today’s purists might recoil in horror, but it really wasn’t all that unusual back in the day — looking at the brochure, they were actually standard equipment on Mach I’s equipped with a 3