Monday, April 1, 2013

50s Vintage Thrills

If I could visit the 50's. . . . 
                          I'd have vintage Thrills!

 

22 comments:

Cloudia said...

Is this what the adults were UP TO?

wow

Kerry O'Connor said...

They have a certain rebellious style!

UIFPW08 said...

..fantastic
a kisa from Sicily
Hi Clodia

Morris

Dave King said...

Not my best time, the 50's, but maybe if I could go back... who knows?

A said...

Gotta love those cars.

Adam said...

it's hard to believe for such an up-tight time like the 50's, you'd see one of the most iconic styles of beauty.

Teresa said...

WOW!! That was surprising. Where do you find these things?

Charles Gramlich said...

I've heard this song. Don't think it was very often, though.

Ellecee said...

I remember the drag races,,, :-) This is a fun post,,,

Susie Clevenger said...

Ah the 50's. I was just a kid, but it taught me so much. That is when my love of music was born and I was introduced to prejudice.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Haha! Good times Cloudia! Enjoyed a lot.

Mike Williams said...

Thanks Cloudia, One of my earliest memories sitting in the back of of car and my Mom saying to her best friend "let's go get some liquor." I chimed in "for me too?"

Cloudia said...

I love time travel with you, dears!

Kay L. Davies said...

Fun one, Cloudia. I remember when "the older boys" had hot rods, but those skimpily-clad women were only seen on calendars on the walls of car repair shops.
K

Kim Nelson said...

LOL!!! thanks for the chuckle.

Helen said...

Oh, the memories triggered by this song ... I loved it then, I love it now! Thanks for sharing.

Erika said...

I love your post, cara Cloudia.
Ciao dall'Italia
Erika :))))

Fireblossom said...

Great song, great cars, sexy gals!

Is that the famous Bettie Page?

Karen S. said...

Ha! Ha! All the secrets are out now!

gabrielle said...

Fishnets and highbeams. Love the playfulness in this montage. Betty Paige personified.

Grandmother said...

My father was involved in vaudeville in the 50's and I remember seeing some of these women and my eyes bugging out. And the drag races that our parents hated. And, oh the music started my love of music!

Cloudia said...

thanks!!!