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RealRides of WNY #2792 - 1961 Jeep

As you can see, this 1961 Jeep Fleetvanhas been turned into the ride of choice for a local Keystone Kops group. Compare it to the original Kops and their ride from almost 100 years ago in the photo at the bottom of the page. The Fleetvan was a rear-wheel drive delivery vehicle produced by Kaiser-Jeep. Vehicles produced under contract for the United States Postal Service had right-hand drive and a

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Torino

From the rear there’s not a big difference between this 1973 Ford Gran Torino Sportand the 1972 model we featured here last month. But take a walk up to the front, and there’s that big ol’ Ford front bumper inviting you for a sit-down. Things would only get worse a year later when the back end got the same treatment. For MY 1973 the Torino lineup had two different front ends: the

RealRides of WNY - 1962 Catalina

This 1962 Pontiac Catalina Safariwas spotted in the spectators’ parking area of this year’s annual car show which is usually held during the Taste of West Seneca, on the grounds of West Seneca Town Hall in… you guessed it, West Seneca. If you’re a regular car show/cruise-in attendee, you should always check out the spectator parking. You never know what you’ll find t

RealRides of WNY - 1977 Fury Sport

Regular readers of this space for the past five years probably won’t be surprised to hear that this 1977 Plymouth Fury Sportwas one of my favorite entries in this summer’s “A Tasteless Car Show” in West Seneca. And before you get the wrong idea, it was called “tasteless” because originally the car show was to be part of the annual Taste of West Senecafoodie even