The film and television industry relies on many vendors as no two productions are ever the same. When it comes to antique and specialty cars, there is no shortage of unique vehicles in The Palm Beaches and some collectors in the County are willing to have theirs featured in print magazines or used in moving pictures.
1936 Dodge at Ragtops
Ragtops Palm Beach has been providing cars for events, parties and production since its inception and has recently taken over two locations in West Palm Beach. Their new setting will provide a fresh art deco/speakeasy backdrop and a venue space that is over 5,000 square feet, with a separate space with a 1950’s centric theme. Ragtops offers complete event production, coordination and design services for both corporate and special events.
Production at Club 66
Club 66, “The Ultimate Man Cave” in Boynton Beach, is a private club with several rows of vintage vehicles and high-performance cars including a Ford Shelby Cobra GT 500. The location offers an exceptionally clean garage cheat with a mechanics bay. There is a long wall of pinball machines and a pool table doubling as a nightclub or bar location. With art direction, the space converts easily into a restaurant/bar area. The room reads masculine and converts to a living room with a bit of pipe and drape, and with limited angles could function as an interview space.
1961 Fiat Jolly
A fresh resource for vintage cars and historic signage is the Jim Inglis Agency. Offering a wide range of pristine cars from a stoic 1934 Packard to a 1961 Fiat Jolly. He also has a passion for collecting vintage Palm Beach signage, which are available as props.