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RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1956 F-100

The license plate on this 1956 Ford F-100panel truck indicates it was registered in the municipality of Soacha, which is located in the department of Cundinamarca in the north-central area of Columbia. It’s all part of the metropolitan area of Bogotá, which is where RealRidesreader Tad Ries Dziekonski photographed it back in 2017. The panel truck as a commercial choice was on its way

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Ford F-1

And who wouldn’twant a 1951 Ford F-1panel truck as their delivery vehicle? In an old magazine ad, San Francisco laundry owner P. J. Elliott opined that he had “…the toughest laundry route in the U.S.”and ran his similar 1950 model “…for less than 2¢ a mile!”The ’51 brochure goes on to tell us that the Panel is “…completely sealed

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Chevy Suburban

Here’s a nicely kept 1965 Chevy Suburban Carryall, owned and restored by West Seneca’s Jim Gaczewski. (Before you ask, it’s a ’65 with a ’61 hood and a ’63 GMC grille insert.) The Bow-Tie folks advertised the early 1960 Suburbans as “Today’s easiest going all-purpose vehicle!”It’s not very likely that back then the marketing department wo