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Cars & Girls, Part 4

Link - by A. Abrams

Also Read: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

The Very Definition of Eye-Candy
(a collection of mostly European vintage car ads)

Since our love for vintage cool cars and groovy Sixties girls shows no sign of abating, here is another installment in this highly indulgent series:

(image credit: ykitazawa)

(image credit: ykitazawa)

Vintage Jaguars are the epitome of high-fashion:

Some (Stylish) Guys & Cars:

These cars looked great in rally racing!

Sources and more vintage car ads: Blenheimgang, a great collection of retro pop culture and fashion, Digilander.Libero.it, Plan59 and AutoBlog

Maybe this post will inspire you to seek out and restore some examples of vintage European car fashion. On the other hand, if you decide to become an owner of an American vintage car, make sure you got a proper garage for it:


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cuánto sexismo.

Anonymous Hal648 said...

Oh wow!

A Jaguar E-Type

Blogger Orlando Ego said...

I never tire of reading this blog!

Anonymous lawgirl said...

the 7th photo down is actually a clip of Grace Kelly and Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief, 1957.

Blogger Avi Abrams said...

Thank you for identifying this movie, I was looking for this info.

Blogger Jordan said...

I love that picture of the triumph spitfire (mk3?) with the girl in the back and all the guys at the front. I own one and that's pretty much what happens.

Blogger comrade_tovarich said...

Second picture from the top, the bonny lass on the Sunbeam Tiger--Rowrr!

Anonymous brane said...

The girl standing next to the pink Volvo was a Playboy Playmate of the Year. The pink Volvo was one of her prizes. The photo appeared in Playboy magazine.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The E-type with the flat tyre... that's Ursula Andress in a scene from the 1965 Elio Petri film "The Tenth Victim."

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What the heck is that ugly, boxy thing with the backward-slanting rear window?

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you thank you for the photo
of the Volvo 1800ES all in pink.
Great page.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The girl standing next to the pink Pantera was also a Playboy Playmate of the Year. The pink car was one of her prizes. The photo appeared in Playboy magazine.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That ugly boxy thing with the backward-slanted rear window is a 1960s Citroen Ami - I'm quite fond of ugly cars but that one is startling!

I see there's a couple of shots of XKEs from the movie "Diabolik" here.

Anonymous Dragdreams said...

nice. i've always been fascinated with vintage cars. although i'm also into racing and sports cars, i would never mind taking a look at vintage cars. perhaps something to compliment my dragdreams.

Blogger Don said...

The "bonny lass" on the Sunbeam tiger is Jo Collins-that's her 1965 playmate of the year car.


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