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RealRides of WNY - 1968 Fury III

Saw this 1968 Plymouth Fury IIIat last month’s Classic Wheels on Main Streetevent in Hilton. It’s still wearing the very popular Avocado Greenpaint color which was really inback during a summer that historically perhaps, a lot of Americans would rather forget about. The cars though, were great IMO. And all of Chrysler Corporation’s cars that year (except the Chrysler & Imperi

RealRides of WNY - 1954 Packard

Kudos to the owner of this 1954 Packardfor presentlng his convertible with the top up at the 2014 Antique Automobile Club of America regional show at UB’s north campus in Amherst. Rare to see a Packard convertible anywherethese days (only 863 produced), especially from this, the pre-penultimate year for actual Packards before they morphed into badge-engineered Studebakers for MY 1957. It is

RealRides of WNY - 1957 Buick

This 1957 Buick Superreminds us that not every GM car from 1957 was a Chevy. Looking around at car shows/cruise nights sometimes it seems like that’s the case. Buick told us that “…the Super Convertible truly represents an outstanding value in zestful motoring adventure.”I’m going to go out on a limb here and proclaim this the only appearance of the word zestfulin 19

RealRides of WNY - c1971 Stingray

This Corvette Stingrayconvertible is from the last generation of the car to wear chrome bumpers front and rear. This styling iteration (with slight changes from the 1969 model) ran from MY 1970-72. One clue to which year this one is would be the color (if it’s still original) — itseems closest to 1970’s Donnybrooke Green. The color chip chart is below for your perusal, to either