Results for: TWO SEATER

RealRides of WNY - 1969 AMX

Five years into the pony car race, American Motors galloped in with its sleek-looking Javelin coupe, a more-than-able competitor in a crowded genre which had only existed since MY 1964. Halfway through the model year, this 1968 AMC AMXappeared in showrooms — basically a shortened Javelin two-seater with no real direct American competition (having only two seats didn’t really make it a

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Bond Bug

Maybe you’ve seen the 1972 Bond Bug 700ESowned by Dave & Sharon Owczarczyk of Hamburgat a local car show or two; and maybe at first sight you weren’t sure if it was a car or a motorcycle. If you’re familiar with Dave at all, this would have been a legitimate quandry. He’s not only heavily involved with the local car show scene, but you can find him on the web at cybersp

RealRides of WNY - 1988 Buick Reatta

Here’s a seldom-seen 1988 Buick Reatta. You’re forgiven if you don’t know what a Reatta is, as they were sold only from 1988-91. The most successful year was 1990, when a convertible model was added, and a combined total of 8,515 Reattas left Buick’s showrooms. In the Reatta’s final model year, a mere 1,214 coupes and 305 convertibles were produced. All Reattas were t

RealRides of WNY - 1987 Toyota MR2

You almost never see these cars anymore, so how surprised was I to come across this 1987 Toyota MR2 in a Tonawanda parking lot last week — the second one I’ve seen in the past couple of months. This nifty little mid-engine two-seater was being borrowed by the owner’s father (the car’s grandfather? Lol…). I must get somebody to take me for a spin in one of these some