Results for: Touring Sedan

RealRides of WNY - 1938 Dodge

If you drove north on Military Road where it changes to Main Street in the City of Tonawandaanytime during the summer, you may have passed right by this 1938 Dodge Touring Sedanwithout even knowing it. You see, it spent most of the year tucked next to a repair garage under a tarp, which came off in the fall. The car was then moved out closer to the street for all to see. It was only a month ago th

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Packard

We came across this 1951 Packard 200 Deluxetouring sedan earlier this year at a car show held in Tonawandaat the Frontiersmen VFW Post #7545. No, this isn’t how it looked when it left thefactory, Lol. The new-for-1951 cars were a far cry from the previous models, whose design dated back to 1946. The 200 sat at the bottom of the once-prestigious Packard lineup, with the aptly named Patrician

RealRides of WNY - 1938 Dodge

What’s the difference, you may ask, between this 1938 Dodge Touring Sedanand a regularfour-door sedan? This one has what Dodge called a built-in trunk, seen in the photo above as the bulge in the rear. Regular sedans’ rear ends went straight to the bumper from the rear window (see the 1937 at the bottom of page).Dodge employed many celebrities to tout their wares in the 1930s — i

RealRides of WNY - 1949 Cadillac

Period advertising told us this 1949 Cadillac Series Sixty-TwoTouring Sedan had “Superlative style in every line…”and that it was available in a full range of colors. This one, you’ve got to admit, has a color scheme seldom seen — especially these days. It was seen a few weeks back in Youngstwon, and appears to be Vista Gray Metallic over Madiera Maroon Metallic, esc

RealRides of WNY - 1938 Olds/1936 Buick

Today we have a two-fer — found quite a while back on Grand Island. The car on the left seems to be a 1938 Oldsmobile. They came only in a single series, with either an inline six or an inline eight. But there were seven different body styles in each; this one looks like the two-door Touring Sedan. The car on the right is a 1938 Buick Special. Just the opposite of Olds, Buick offered cars in