Last Friday we took our beach cruisers down to check out the Cruise At The Beach, which happens every friday in Redondo Beach.  Classic cars, muscle cars, street rods and exotics all gather in the Ruby’s Diner parking lot just before sunset.  Clearly we weren’t working on an article as you will see shortly by the lack of content, but we couldn’t help but take some photos of these classic cars to share.  We are from from gearheads here at TRM, (but working on it!) so please leave any comments about these rides.

Here are some of the sights from the SoCal Car Culture’s Cruise At The Beach.

 Shelby Cobra

When Carroll Shelby stuffed a Ford V8 into an AC bodied 6 cylinder sports car, he created the Shelby Cobra.

1962 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special

1962 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special.  Except for limousines, this was the longest American production car in 1962, and except for the Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, the most expensive.  Complete with cigarette lighter and ashtray, in every seat!


1967 Red Mustang1967 Red Mustang – First year restyle of the original pony car, in blue.

Not sure what year this Mustang is, or the bad ass ride in the background.  Help us out ?

This next classic car was parked in the money spot with the California sunset shining on it for all to see.

1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible – custom bodied, available in 4 colors top of the line, cost twice as much as a regular caddy convertible at $7,750.  Introduced the wraparound windshield and rides on true wire wheels.

 53 Cadillac Interior

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