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RealRides of WNY - 1968 GTO

Everyone’s tastes are different, which might explain why the owner of this 1968 Pontiac GTOdidn’t take the advice of the brochure writers and add the optional Rally I steel wheels to today’s RealRide. The copywriters told us, in a caption of a photo of a Rally I adorned with redline tires, “Whitewalls are standard. The Rally I steel wheels would make a shrewd investment.&rd

RealRides of WNY - 1994 Corsica

So tell me, when was the last time you saw a 1994 Chevy Corsicaon the road? Or anyyear Corsica for that matter — or its two-door stablemate the Beretta (like the 1988 model seen below)?We came upon this one in the parking lot outside of a weekly cruise night at the Texas Roadhouse in Tonawandaa few summers ago, when a lot of people were still regularly going out to eat. Who knows, the owners

RealRides of WNY - 1986 Dodge 600

This 1986 Dodge 600was a big improvement over the previous Dodge 400 model. How much of an improvement was it? About 200 worth! Lol… The 400 was a more luxurious version of the Dodge Aries K-car, and was introduced in 1982. The 600 actually wasan improvement, all joking aside, introduced for MY 1983 in four-door sedan form with a longer wheelbase and much nicer trim. The convertible was add

RealRides of WNY - 1973 Malibu SS

I’ll admit to being a nose-holder when first viewing GM’s mid-size offerings for MY 1973. The Colonnade styling, featuring frameless door glass, thick B-pillars, and fixed rear quarter windows on the two-door models (plus the discontinuation of the pillarless hardtops) just turned me off. But, as with many things, my opinion has changed over the decades. Now I wouldn’t mind ownin

RealRides of WNY - 1959 GMC 100

We turned the clock back an hour over the weekend, so I thought we’d also turn the calendar back all this week to this past summer’s car shows This 1959 GMC 100 Fleetside was spotted last August at one of the weekly car show at Tonawanda’s Texas Roadhouse. By this point the straight-sided Fleetside pickups were becoming much more popular than the Stepside version with its straigh

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Pontiac GTO

This 1968 Pontiac GTO is wearing what Pontiac called in its brochure “…the most fantastic bumper since the invention of the bumper.” They went on to point out how it wouldn’t chip, fade, or corrode; it was made of a urethane foam-based material that bore the brand name Endura, and it spelled the beginning of the end of the chrome bumper. Pontiac also touted the GTO’s