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RealRides of WNY - 1955 Mayfair

Saw this stunning 1955 Dodge Mayfairat last Saturday’s Rose City Chrysler's Mopar Classic Car Showin Welland. Built and sold for the Canadian market, all 1955 Mayfairs were equipped with Dodge’s Hy-Fire V-8; lesser Regent and Crusader models had the PowerFlow (or the optional PowerFlow Special) L-head six under the hood. As you’ve probably noticed, the Mayfair is a mash-up of the

RealRides of WNY - 1953 Dodge Regent

The brochure called the 1953 Dodge Regent“…the finest Dodge ever offered in the low-price field… completely new from front to rear—and it looks it!”American shoppers would never see this mash-up of a Dodge front clip added to a Plymouth, because it was available in North America only at Dodge-DeSoto dealers north of the border. This was done primarily to give the D-

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Plymouth Barracuda

This 1967 Plymouth Barracuda is owned by RealRides reader John Yanik of Tonawanda. It has a 273CID V8, connected to a TorqueFlite automatic transmission which is mounted on the console between the optional bucket seats. This was the first year the Barracuda was available in three body styles: convertible, hardtop, and a fastback like John’s. (I had a blue hardtop myself, back in the day.) He

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Plymouth Scamp

This 1973 Plymouth Scampis from a period when Chrysler’s Dodge and Plymouth compacts were almostidentical, especially from this rear view. Until I pulled right up to it I wasn’t sure which it was. The Scamp was Plymouth’s version of the two-door hardtop which Dodge sold as a Dart Swinger. At this point in time, Plymouth’s compacts went by the names Duster (two-door coupe),