If you’re in the mood for a disco-era downsized GM mid-size, this 1979 Chevy Malibu Classic Landauseems to be up for sale in the Black Rock neighborhood of Buffalo. Back in ’79 the Malibu was offered in a few different two-tone paint combinations, but I don’t believe this is one of them. That silver portion of the roof would have come standard with a vinyl covering on the Landau
This Pontiac Grand LeMans, c1979, was produced during Pontiac’s revolving-door model name period, which saw the LeMans, Bonneville, and Parisienne names — with and without the “Grand” modifiers — get attached to a number of different cars. This two-toned example was seen last summer in North Tonawanda.Jim Corbran, RRofWNYGot a RealRide you'd like to see featured here?
You might not think so to look at it, but this 1957 Chrysler Windsor four-door sedan was the least expensive Chrysler model you could buy that year. Of course, this one’s been fancied-up a bit with two-tone paint, fender skirts, quad headlights, curb feelers (!), and other goodies, but its curb appeal puts many of today’s high-end sedans (which is was Chryslers were back then) to shame