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RealRides of WNY #2388 - 1980 Volaré

There are a few things I like about this 1980 Plymouth Volaréwagon: It has a factory-installed inline six with a floor-mounted three-speed manual transmission It’s showing only about 72,000 km on the odometer A rear window decal tells us that it “identifies as a Viper,”Lol Until seeing this one at this past summer’s Mopar Classic Car Showat Rose City Chrysler in We

RealRides of WNY #2305 - 1966 Dodge

Although the paint’s faded on the front fender emblem of this 1966 Dodge Polara 440making it rather hard to read, I was there and can assure you that yes, it’s really a Polara 440. Now if you’ve spent most of your life in a rather large country which is south of the 49thparallel, you might be saying “There’s no such thing as a 1966 Polara 440. Themodel names werePolar

RealRides of WNY - 1966 Fury III

When I came across this 1966 Plymouth Fury IIIa couple of summers ago at a car show being held at Rose City Chrysler in Welland, I looked twice to see if it was a Fury III or a Fury II. Because prices were generally higher north of the border, Chrysler Canada Ltd. sold a two-door hardtop Fury II (see below)to offer a more affordable version of this popular body style in place of the two-door sedan

RealRides of WNY - 1968 AMX

Where else would you go to find a 1968 AMC AMXbut the Mopar Classic Car Show, which was held last summer at Rose City Chrysler in Welland? Lol… I suppose in a roundabout way it’s not that strange, as Chrysler didend up buying American Motors from the French car maker Renault in 1987. Although AMC offered the two-seater AMX with racing stripes, I believe the ones featured on today&rsqu

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Imperial

This 1968 Imperial Crown Coupewas seen over the summer at the All-Mopar Showat Rose City Chrysler in Welland, Ontario. Chryslers and Imperials of 1968 were the only Chrysler Corporation cars to not use small, round side marker lights (as seen at the bottom of the page on a Plymouth Sport Fury), instead using the rectangular ones seen here. The Crown Coupe was one, big two-door! They came standard

RealRides of WNY - 1947 Plymouth

If you were to look up the word “tank” in the dictionary, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a picture of a 1947 Plymouth Deluxelike this one next to the definition. Of course, back in the 1940s, mostcars were big hulks just like this one, but all of the Chrysler-built cars just seem to have that, you know — presence. Add to that the fact that they were a favorite of urban taxi

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Ambassador

The 1964 Rambler Ambassador 990was the top of the line from the Kenosha, Wisconsin automaker. (A 990H was available with a bit more potent engine and a more upscale interior). Unlike later Ambassadors, the ’64 models weren’t all that different outside from the lesser Rambler Classics. But, they didcome with standard V8 power — a 327cid rated at 250 hp. Rambler was the first Ameri

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