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RealRides of WNY - 1960 Bentley

You’re forgiven if you at first thought this 1960 Bentley S 2might be a Rolls-Royce. They’re very similar in appearance, with the biggest outward difference being the radiator grille shape (the Bentley’s has rounded corners, as opposed to the R-R’s straight edges which are of course topped-off by the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament). For decades the two marques had the same

LIKE FLYING FIRST CLASS… IN A CAR — The 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom

LIKE FLYING FIRST CLASS… IN A CAR — The 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom by Jim Corbran Some day you’re gonna be out in the backyard shootin’ at some food, when up through the ground’ll come a bubblin’ crude.The next thing you’ll want to do, after talking to Mr. Drysdale of course, is buy yourself a new car.So with that in mind, this week we look at the latest

A TALE OF TWO VOLKSWAGENS

A TALE OF TWO VOLKSWAGENSby Jim Corbran, Automotive ColumnistI’ll admit that for decades I’ve had a soft spot in my heart for Volkswagens. Having owned two of them over the years (Only two? How’d that happen?) — a 1972 Super Beetle and a 1978 Scirocco — I’m well acquainted with their craftsmanship and reliability, not to mention the accompanying marketing acumen