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RealRides of WNY - 1976 Monza

Ironic that we randomly chose this 1976 Chevy Monzaas today’s RealRide— just yesterday we featured a custom-made Corvair-based trailer, and as we all know, the Monza name was used on Corvair models through mostof the 1960s. Monza is of course a city in Italy; it was also the name of a concept car — the 1963 Monza SS — which was kind of a mash-up of a Ferrari and the next-ge

RealRides of WNY - 1957 Chevy

It’s always a treat to find a basically unmolested 1957 Chevy Two-Tenout in the wild. Judging from the red paint where the tailgate emblem should be, I’d say this one’s had a respray at some point. And we’re really guessing here, but it seems to be wearing a set of mid-1960s Buick wheel covers, perhaps like this one (inset)which we found on eBay. In 1957, Two-Ten wagons wer

RealRides of WNY - 1980 El Camino

Gotta love this 1980 Chevy El Camino. When (if ever) was the last time you saw a later-gen Elky wearing a pair of fender skirts? We first featured this truck/car back in 2014 on our Artvoiceblog (bottom of page), but liked it so much we figured it was worth another look, as our AV page reached a much smaller audience. Surprisingly to some (me) this one is equipped with a floor-mounted three-speed

RealRides of WNY - Subaru SVX

We featured this Subaru SVXback in 2014 on our old Artvoicecar blog called YouAutoKnow. And seeing that we haven’t come across another one since then, why not bring it back for an encore! The SVX was built from 1991-96 and over 14,000 of them were sold in the U.S. I think I’ve seen two of them. Maybe. One for sure. Most of the cars were All-Wheel-Drive, not surprising from Subaru, but

RealRides of WNY - 1953 Imperial

Some of you may be aware that we began this old car blog back in 2009 on the web pages of the old Buffalo weekly Artvoicenewspaper. We did new car reviews for AV under the headingYou Auto Know,but our day job (a.k.a. real job) found us spending a lot of time driving around Erie, Niagara, Wyoming, Chautauqua, and Cattaraugus counties five days a week. At some point we started noticing a lot of rand