On the first day of filming (see sign), the whole street of retro houses was blocked off, but I spotted a line of '60s cars one block over and stopped to talk to the drivers.
It's just great to see the old license plate designs...takes me back to my child/teen years. Many owners of classic cars buy special permanent collectors plates, so it's not all movie props.
EDIT: C sent this via email:
Hi Cheryl, I don't know years like maybe D will, but here's what I see: In the bottom picture I think the yellow one is a Ford Galaxie, in front of it might be an Oldsmobile but I can't tell for sure. In the foreground is a blue 1965 Dodge but I don't know the model. The picture above it has a blue Mercury Cougar and behind it I think is a Pontiac GTO. The picture above that has a 1965 Rambler Classic and the car I couldn't identify. I don't have any photo software on this computer (my old one) but maybe if you use something you have you may be able to zoom in a bit and read some of the lettering on some of the cars if D doesn't know them just by looking. C
And from D:
C got them pretty close. I would have to look them up on the internet to know the exact year and model. I think the Cougar is a 68 and the GTO is a 66 or 67. The red one in the top picture is a 61 Olds