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RealRides of WNY - c1948 Hudson

You’re probably wondering what’s going on with the windshield of this 1948-49 Hudson(the two model years were identical save for the VINs). Well, the guy inside the Buffalogarage where it was parked outside of when we first saw it on a Slow Roll bicycle ride this past summer told us that he’d planned on putting a set of eyes in there to mimic Doc Hudson, one of the characters in


TESLA, WHEREFORE ART THOU? …WNY Tesla showrooms so far number zero. by Jim Corbran Ya’d think with all of the hoopla created here in Western New York by Elon Musk these past few years, that it’d be a cinch to stroll on over to your friendly neighborhood Tesla dealer and have a look see at the latest all-electric car from the guy who pushed so hard (to the tune of hundreds of m

RealRides of WNY - 1956 Ford Mainline

Whaddya do when a customized 1956 Ford Mainline parks in front of your house, unannounced? If you’re South Buffalo’s Stan Pingelski, you get out the camera and send photos to the RealRides staff. This Mainline is wearing grille inserts from a 1960 Oldsmobile, along with what appear to be 1956 Mercury taillight lenses. Shaved door handles and a lowered stance help complete the period cu

RealRides of WNY - 1970 Ford LTD

This 1970 Ford LTD, seen a while back in South Buffalo, is from an era when Ford, Chevy, and Plymouth were trying to lure buyers from going upscale to fancier models like Mercury, Oldsmobile, and Chrysler. They did so by tarting-up their bread-and-butter brands Galaxie, Impala, and Fury, and churning out LTDs, Caprices, and VIPs. It was a brilliant marketing ploy which really blurred the line betw

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale

Big convertibles were soon to become a thing of the past — well, temporarily anyway, when this 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale left the showroom. This one just escaped the federal five-mph bumper regulations which went into effect the following model year, making it one of the better-looking cars of the decade. Found this one a while ago in South Buffalo, where it was also one of the better-