Category Archives: Cars

Things You Find on the Side of the Road

On our travels back east we came across this sight at a gas stop. These are some great old trucks that they use out front as a display. This old Mack truck is being towed by a White truck. There … Continue reading

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Strange Things on the Side of the Road–Clarence Kansas

If you didn’t know that it was there you would probably drive right by it, but in the small town of Clarence is the most unusual gas station I have ever visited.  It is on an intersection and in back … Continue reading

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Things on the side of the road–Delta, CO

Just driving around and as I am heading to a tourist attraction we pass this place: With a squeal of the brakes and a quick u-turn we stop and photograph some real classics.  Certainly these are not restored classics, but … Continue reading

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Hanger 18–a gem on the side of the road

As I travel around I like to stop at car museums, cars and coffee events, and once in a while I come across an interesting car on the side of the road.  This shop really caught my eye.  The colors … Continue reading

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Pike’s Peak

Today we decided it would be a great day to drive up Pike’s Peak.  In just a couple of weeks the famous hill climb will be taking place so this was an opportune time to see what this was like.  … Continue reading

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The Lane Motor Museum–Nashville

This is the second half of our trip to the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, TN.  In the first part we explored the parking garage and the automotive treasures that are on display there.  This installment we will be exploring … Continue reading

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Nashville and the Lane Motor Car Museum

Last week we took a road trip to see the Lane Motor Car museum in Nashville, TN.  We had heard about it and knew that it has a special exhibit of “micro” cars until May of this year. After World … Continue reading

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