|Small brimmed homburg, the style harkening back to the homburgs of the '10s-'30s.|
|Big leather sweatband, no liner and no hatters name anywhere in plain view.|
|The only clue as to the maker of the hat, narrowing it down to hat company names that end in the letter "O"|
Two rare cars indeed. Russian imported 1968 and 1962 Volga's. Though while not in the bracket of "Golden Era" cars, their style is still dated to American cars of the 1953-1956 period.
|"A runabout. I'll STEAL it! NOONE WILL EVER KNOW!" -Dan Backslide|
1955 Cadillac and 1930 Ford model A accented with authentic vintage lawn chairs.
A stock 1939 Ford Deluxe. One of the few I've seen of these that hasn't been hot rodded.
The unforgettable 1959 Cadillac. They say it has the largest tailfins, but I'd say it's in competition with the 1961 Imperial.