The chain-link fencing doesn't exactly do wonders for the photos, but neither did holding the camera above the fence and hoping that I had the angle right. Either way, I've noticed a pair of classic cars holding court on the avenue in the past few weeks, and my curiosity finally got the best of me.
The first photo is of a GMC 3100, built for both GMC and Chevy by General Motors from 1947-1955. They're fairly popular machines on the classic-truck circuit as far as I can tell--one such model nearly cost this guy his marriage! GMC also used the chassis and nose for fire trucks in the early 1950s.
The second car pictured is readily identifiable by the bird logo on its side. It's a Ford Thunderbird, and judging from my comparisons with Wikipedia's exhaustive article and photos, it dates from 1964-66 (the "fourth generation" if you speak automotive).