Here’s some photos from the Memory Lane exhibit at the South Florida International Auto Show at the Miami Beach Convention Center. (Click on the photos to enlarge.)
1941 Lincoln Continental – once owned by Rita Hayworth
1937 Alvis – this is one of only three of this model that survives
1960 Triumph TR-3
1966 Mustang GT
1929 Rolls Royce – a rarity; it was built in the Springfield, Massachusetts plant that Rolls Royce operated for ten years.
1957 Ford Skyliner – the original “hardtop convertible.”
1969 Chevrolet Camaro – one of the special Indianapolis 500 “Pace Car” models.
1954 Chevrolet Corvette – the first year of full production of the iconic American sports car
1959 Mercury Park Lane convertible
When gas was 35 cents a gallon, you bought it from one of these.
The show runs until Sunday night, November 18, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Stop by and say hello.