Results for: Youngstown, New York

RealRides of WNY - Saab 96, c1966

There was a time when many foreign makes were what we Americans considered to be funny-shaped little cars. This Saab 96, c1966, is just one example. Its shape wasn’t the only thing foreign to many US car owners; under the hood was a three-cylinder, two-stroke engine of 51.3 cu. in. which was rated at a massive44 hp. To top that off, optional was a four-speed manual transmission with a column

RealRides of WNY - Chrysler LeBaron, c1984

It’s rather remarkable how many of these Chrysler LeBaronconvertibles, c1984, are still around. After the American convertible had been declared dead following the 1976 model year, Chrysler head Lee Iacocca took a chance to revive his ailing company by bringing out a pair of compact droptops — the LeBaron and its cousin Dodge 400. They promptly sold around 20,000 of them that first yea