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RealRides of WNY - 1987 Defender

This 1987 Land Rover Defenderis pretty old-school compared to the new 2021 Discovery — a much more posh SUV(seen below) which Edmunds.com describes as a Midsize 3-row luxury SUVwith a price range of $53,900 - $68,900. The 1987 model certainly looks more rugged, with a certain Daktari/Wild Kingdomair about it. I imagine these have seen a lot more off-road action than mostnewDiscoverysever wil

RealRides of WNY - 1978 Cherokee

We last saw this 1978 Jeep Cherokeejust down the street from the RealRidesoffices. A few weeks ago we spotted it again in a used car lot on Main Street in Buffalo. Yes, youcould have your very own edition of what many consider to be the grand-daddy of SUVs. Back in the day, Jeep wasn’t exactly sure what to call it, as the term SUV hadn’t been widely used yet (if at all) — one bro

RealRides of WNY - 1977 Cherokee

This 1977 Jeep Cherokeemarks the first year that AMC’s entry-level family wagon was available as a four-door. Introduced for MY 1963 as the Wagoneer in both two- and four-door models (the two-door version was dropped for MY 1969), a less-expensive two-door Cherokee variation debuted for MY 1974. Many like to call the Wagoneer/Cherokee the forerunner of today’s luxury SUV vehicles; the

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Travelall

Perhaps if they’d remained in the mainstream vehicle business, the manufacturers of this 1967 International Travelallmight be selling fleets of large, black 2020-model SUVs for the ferrying of government officials from photo op to photo op. Remember when all pols were chauffered around in luxury sedans? At some point somebody decided a mean-looking black Chevy Suburban (below) or something o

RealRides of WNY - 1959 Land Rover

Spotted this nifty 1959 Land Roverover the summer at Euro Car Dayat The Angry Buffalo/Rose Garden Restaurant in Williamsville, sponsored by the British Car Club of WNY. Well, at least the registration sticker says it’s a 1959, but the car’s styling would seem to suggest something newer, especially at the front end with the fender-mounted headlights (all 1959 L-Rs I could find had the h