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RealRides of WNY - 1978 LTD II

When I first spotted this 1978 Ford LTD IIat this summer’s Olcott Beach Car Show in OlcottI thought it looked like an old unmarked police car. Closer inspection revealed an optional Dove Grey vinyl top which blended perfectly with the Dove Grey paint job. The four-door base model LTD II could be had with optional C-pillar opera windows, not seen on today’s RealRide. Perhaps the dog dis

RealRides of WNY - 1967 SS 396

You see them in many period photos and advertising illustrations, but you don’t often come upon a car like this 1967 Chevy Chevelle SS 396sporting a set of whitewall tires these days. This Super Sport'salso wearing a black vinyl roof, another typical option from that era. Most 1960s muscle cars still around today seem to be pretty monochromatic (in my experiences, anyway) and shod in afterma

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Imperial

This 1968 Imperial Crown Coupewas seen over the summer at the All-Mopar Showat Rose City Chrysler in Welland, Ontario. Chryslers and Imperials of 1968 were the only Chrysler Corporation cars to not use small, round side marker lights (as seen at the bottom of the page on a Plymouth Sport Fury), instead using the rectangular ones seen here. The Crown Coupe was one, big two-door! They came standard

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Ford Torino GT

Fastbacks were all the rage in the mid-to-late 1960s, and this 1969 Ford Torino GT SportsRoof is a great example. When introduced for model year 1968, Ford touted the then-called Fastback’s “picture” rear window [with] delicately tinted glass to reduce sun glare.Anyone who’s ever sat in the back seat of one of these cars can tell you just how hot it can get back there on a