The car that Glenn Ford wins is a 1955 Lincoln Futura, the one-off concept car that ultimately became the Batmobile on Batman (1966). The car cost Ford $250,000 ($2.37M in 2019), and unlike most concept cars at the time was completely driveable. It was originally pearlescent white, but that color did not photograph well, so it was painted red for this film. The car, as the original "Batmobile" was sold at auction for $4.62M in 2013.
The Air Force uniforms are remarkably accurate for the period, UNTIL about at 1:31, when Sgt Fitzpatrick, in putting on his Ike-style jacket, reveals that the tip of his issue web belt is waaay around the left side of his body, above his hip. According to AF uniforms regs, the tip should be just barely exposed from the buckle. There would be NO excess belt extending beyond that.
As the car is pulling up to a crowd,while seeking directions to The Palace, a man on a scooter to their right tries to pass them and wipes out in the street! A couple of people move to assist him, but the hired extras continue the scene, moving in to view the car!