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RealRides of WNY - 1965 Coronet

Sales numbers for the 1965 Dodge Coronet 500show that almost 33,000 of them left the factory (including convertibles). Do an internet search though, and you might come away with the impression that almost all of the hardtop models left the factory powered by a Hemi and wearing aftermarket mag wheels. For the record, all Coronet 500s came standard with Chrysler’s 273cid V8 (a Slant Six was st

RealRides of WNY - 1951 Ford

The 1951 Ford Victoriawas Ford’s first entry in the two-door hardtop category. They’d go on to use the Victoria moniker to designate pillarless models until dropping it for model year 1963. Up to that point, most two-door models were called Club Victoria while the four-doors went by Town Victoria. For the 1960-61 Starliner, the sloped roofline was different enough from the more formal

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Impala

To the casual summer cruise night spectator, it would seem that Chevrolet made nothing but two-door hardtops and convertibles through much of the 1960s. But this 1964 Chevy Impalafour-door sedan, spotted a few years ago in Niagara Falls, is proof that the bow tie was indeed attached to the stray family car every now and then, Lol (millions of times!). The Dutch brochure talks about the ’64 I