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RealRides of WNY - c1988 Buick LeSabre

This Buick LeSabre coupe is a rare bird indeed. Considering that fewer than 5,000 were produced for 1988 and even fewer for 1989 (today’s example is one of the two — there’s almost no distinguishing between them), it would have also been pretty rare to see one when they were new. This two-door body style was also available in the Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight lineup. I’ve always

RealRides of WNY - 1958 Ford Custom 300

This 1958 Ford Custom 300, seen a few weeks ago in Niagara Falls, was a slight restyle of the successful 1957 model (really, only the grille/headlight area and the taillight pods & side trim were changed). Apparently that was enough for some, as Ford proudly announced in their 1958 brochure: “Latest fashion news… Paris agog over ’58 Ford styling.” Surprisingly (Lol), t

RealRides of WNY - Lincoln Continental Mark III

I love to see old cars that seem to be actual drivers as opposed to show cars. At least that’s what I figured this Lincoln Continental Mark III to be. This was the first generation of the Mark III personal luxury coupe (1969-71); there was a Continental Mark III sold for model year 1958, but in the later 1960s Lincoln seemed to want to forget about that one — those earlier cars weren&r

RealRides of WNY - 1950 Ford

Now this takes me back… It’s a 1950 Ford, odds are a Business Coupe or a Club Coupe — but it’s hard to say what with that crazy chopped top! This car reminds me of the model cars we used to build back in the day (although I never mastered the chopping of tops): fender skirts, side pipes, rolled pans, custom grille, no bumpers... lots of work went into this one. And I love

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Ford F-250

I love finding these old trucks which look like they could still be in service. This 1969 Ford F-250 Flareside might look like it’s wearing the pickup box from a 1950s truck, but this is really how they came from the factory. Either not a lot of thought went into styling the back end, or Ford really did have a bunch of leftover 1950s boxes which they continued to use years later. I found thi