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Barrett Jackson Palm Beach Auction
It is amazing the way time flies when you reach adulthood, and here we are all of a sudden with the Super Bowl behind us and the month of March sitting just over the horizon. Indeed, pitchers and catchers will be reporting to spring training in just a couple of weeks and that means that spring is just around the corner.
If You’re Going To Cruise, You Need A Cruiser!
Going to Cruise? There is a saying that goes something to the effect of “If I have to explain it to you, you wouldn’t understand,” and this certainly comes into play when you are talking about classic cars and collector car cruises. Classic car fans are indeed a special breed and it takes one to know one.
The thing that brings us all together is our love of old cars that carry so much American history. Going on a car cruise is like a trip down memory lane as we bring the past into the present.
Rod And Relics Rod Run
There are few things more enjoyable than taking your collector car out on a cruise on a beautiful summer day. But when you get to do this with a whole lot of other like-minded folks who love collector cars as much as you do you are talking about the memories of a lifetime.
The summer of 2012 is going to offer a lot of good opportunities for people who are into collector car cruises and now is the time to start to identify where you will be headed when you go out cruising during the warmer months.
Route 66 Classic Car Cruise
They say that it’s not the destination but the journey that really matters, and classic car fans certainly know what this is all about. Even if you’re taking a slow ride to nowhere you can have a fantastic time when you’re behind the wheel of a true American classic cruising down one of our historic highways.
And when you talk about historic highways in the United States, the first one that is going to come to mind is probably going to be Route 66. This iconic stretch of roadway was one of the first of its kind in the United States, becoming operational all the way back in 1926 during the adolescence of the automobile in America.
There was once a time when it was difficult to find information about anything that was not happening right in your local area, and sometimes things that were happening close to you could sometimes slip past you if you didn’t happen to be in the right place at the right time.
However, these days we live in the information age and you can find out about just about anything quickly and easily with the simple click of a mouse as you sit in front of your computer.