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RealRides of WNY #2412 (on the road) - 1966 Studebaker

Our pals Eric & Amy Pease of Greece sent in this photo of a 1966 Studebaker Commanderwhich they came across in a Websterdriveway over the summer. Model year 1966 was the grand finale for the venerable old Studebaker nameplate. They produced a total of only 8,947 cars in their Hamilton, Ontario plant that year: both sixes and eights (bought from Chevrolet) were available; Commanders, Wagonaires

RealRides of WNY #2804 - 1978 Mercury

It’s not uncommon at a car show to see a car much older than its owner, but it's not often a car from the disco era. In my experiences it’s usually along the lines of a car from the 1930s or 1940s owned by someone born in the 1950s or 1960s. So it bodes well for the hobby to have met Buffalo’s Matthew Cehulic at this year’s Toy Town Car Showin East Aurora, who was there wit

RealRides of WNY #2265 - 1966 Ford

To put it mildly, this 1966 Ford Country Sedanhas a pair of mean-looking exhaust pipes poking out from beneath that back bumper. Not to mention a set of extra-deep steel rims, partly disguised by those factory dog dish hubcaps. I’m guessing that this old wagon is used for more than just taking the kids on trips to the drive-in. We saw it almost a year ago in a Websterdriveway. I imagine the

RealRides of WNY - 1952 Ford

For years now the family has been used to us pulling over to the side of the road whenever we spot a RealRidejust sitting there waiting for its photo to be taken. Friends are now on to it as well, as this 1952 Ford Mainline, spotted a few weeks ago in Websterwhile driving back to their home in Greece, will attest to. "It was," as they say in Toronto’s Pizzaville radio commercials, “a r