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RealRides of WNY - 1964 Coupe De Ville

You never know what you might come across in some of those small, neighborhood used car lots. Earlier this summer we found this rather solid-looking 1964 Cadillac Coupe De Villein the front row of a lot in Lackawanna. Although it’s not so odd to see these days on new cars in every price range, back when this De Ville was new it was rare to ever find a car like this wearing a set of blackwall

RealRides of WNY - 1966 Ford F-100

If you were in the market back in 2008 for a short-bed pickup that would fit in your garage, you might have given this 1966 Ford F-100a look as it sat in an Irvingused car lot. This was the last year that Ford would tout the truck’s Twin-I-Beam front suspension with its own fender badge. The Twin-I-Beam system featured two separate front axles, one left and one right, which “…pe

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Imperial

Came across an old SD card in what I thought was an empty camera bag I was about to give away, and on it was this photo from 2008 of a 1951 Chrysler Imperial Newportwhich I saw in an Irvingused car lot. Back in ’51 the Imperial was still part of the Chrysler lineup, where it would remain until MY 1955 when it became a separate nameplate. The Windsor was the pillarless hardtop in the Chrysler

RealRides of WNY - 1983 Dodge Mirada

Chrysler Corporation tried to share the wealth enjoyed by its Cordoba personal luxury coupe by bestowing the Dodge Division with a car of its own — thus, this 1983 Dodge Mirada. These two-door hardtops (a genus getting quite rare by this time) were certainly attractive enough if equipped properly, but IMO sales were hampered by the continuing confusion of Dodge’s mid-sized coupes. Boun

RealRides of WNY - 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon

(Day 5 of WagonWeek)It’s not often anymore that you see a full-sized two-door station wagon, but back in the day most manufacturers offered at least one. Like this 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon, which was at the bottom of Ford’s popular station wagon series. Also available were a Custom Ranch Wagon, and four-door wagons in the Country Sedan and Country Squire lines — the latter two in si