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RealRides of WNY - 1970 Ford F-100

I came across this pristine 1970 Ford F-100 Sport Custom Stylesidea couple of weeks ago while bicycling around the City of Niagara Falls. The Sport Custom was one of many models of Ford’s pickup which were available that year. You could get an F-100 or F-250 in either Styleside of Flareside iterations. The Custom and Sport Custom could be had with any chassis or body type, while Ranger and R

RealRides of WNY - 1963 F100

This 1963 Ford F100 Flaresidewas a throwback to how all pickups used to look, with a rectangular box and separate rear fenders. That changed in 1955 when the smooth-sided Chevy Cameo Carrier and GMC Suburban Pickup made their debuts, which was followed in 1957 by a hastily-designed Dodge Sweptside D100 (which featured the rear quarter panels from a Dodge station wagon), and the Ford Styleside &mda

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Ford F-250

By the time this 1964 Ford F-250Stylesidehit the showroom, pickups were beginning to be a little more user-friendly. Although still a far cry from today’s expensive-as-a-house behemoths, Ford asked “Do you need big-truck toughness in your pickup, but want the riding smoothness of a car?”The Ford pickup’s two-stage rear springs and long wheelbase made “…a ride t

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Ford Ranger

Found this 1967 Ford Ranger 100pickup poking out of a Tonawandacarport last fall. The Ranger was the new-for-1967, top-of-the-line trim level for Ford’s Styleside pickups, years before Ford’s new 1983 compact pickup would use the same moniker (replacing the Mazda-made Ford Courier). Recently, the Ranger name has been revived (again) for another smaller truck in North America, this time