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Summer cruise-ins a place for classic cars and old stories

Colonie’s Rich Tortorici stands proudly alongside his sunflower yellow 1948 Chevrolet. Tortorici and his wife, Barbara, love hitting local cruise-ins to talk about cars and meet people. (Jeff Wilkin photo)
Colonie’s Rich Tortorici stands proudly alongside his sunflower yellow 1948 Chevrolet. Tortorici and his wife, Barbara, love hitting local cruise-ins to talk about cars and meet people. (Jeff Wilkin photo)
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Too bad cars can’t talk. Ray Bronk’s 1955 Ford Customline, shiny black and full of chrome, could tell stories from decades on the road — maybe cruising Schenectady’s State Street in ’59, or running the Neba Nationals in Rotterdam in ’66. Good thing Ray likes to talk, and especially likes to take questions, about the classic automobile he shows off during the summer months. “I bought it in New Jersey four years ago,” said Bronk, ...


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