Throwback Thursday In Cars

There are so many automobiles to see when visiting Miami Beach.  They range from the every day common to the ostentatious display of wealth to wonderful classics – I’m fond of the classics.  The best time to see these vehicles is on Friday and Saturday night when the crowds comes in to party and cruise up and down Ocean Drive; neon art deco and beautiful cars abound then.

All I’ve got identification wise is that the orange one is a Chevy Bel-Air and the yellow one is an Oldsmobile.  No idea what model the Olds is or what year either car is.  I wonder if these are even their original colors?  Surely one of you car aficionados knows 🙂


Chevy3533-Edit Chevy3534-Edit Olds3527-Edit Olds3528-Edit


Here in my car
I feel safest of all
I can lock all my doors
It’s the only way to live
In cars….. Cars – Gary Numan


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15 Responses to Throwback Thursday In Cars

  1. I don’t know but they sure are cool looking. =)

  2. Lignum Draco says:

    Are classic cars more common in this area than others?

  3. Nice photos! The Chevy is a ’55 or ’56, the Olds with be mid to late ’50’s as well.

  4. These cars are beautiful…love the bright colors!

  5. A. Blake says:

    Now that’s a car that won’t crumble if rear ended!

  6. I wonder if these classic cars have proper airco or heater..I have been inside in a classic car in Cuba and it was very warm inside (no airco!!). Beautiful images, Teri, well spotted!

  7. Sartenada says:


    Classic cars are always classic cars. 🙂 Thank you.

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