Monthly Archives: September 2016

LBC Sighting No. 3

Sighted yesterday (Thursday) in Monte Vista, CO, along US 160.  Yeah, it might need a little work…

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No LBCs on the Big Rez

BUT, there was this…Monument Valley, UT. Anyone who’s seen the John Ford cavalry trilogy, “Cheyenne Autumn” or a number of other movies should be familiar with this locale.

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LBC Sighting No. 2

Even further west on US 66, at Grand Canyon Caverns Inn – which incorporates a gas station (“Radiator Springs Service”), motel, mini-golf and access to the caverns – stumbled across this, oh, post-74 Spitfire in exceedingly poor shape.  First Brit … Continue reading

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LBC Sighting No. 1!

Ah, but at the west end of Seligman, this find: an early Austin London Taxi, parked in front of a convenience mart.   The plywood tipis to the rear provide a nice touch.  

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Little Italian Car Sighting…

Drove the longest remaining original segment of old US 66 yesterday, Ash Fork to Needles, CA, plus a few miles in the Golden State.  In and around all of the old US cars scattered around the various towns, I saw … Continue reading

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Never Mind the New Mexico State Police…

Dang, I’m being chased by an Imperial Storm Trooper

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Get Your Kicks

Yup, the editor’s on the road; greetings from old US 66 in New Mexico.  I’ll be on patrol for the week, looking for LBCs in general and Triumphs in particular, stay tuned.

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Aha! The Answer!

With the HSD still up on jacks, I’ve arranged for an alternate vehicle for the next BSCC autocross…

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And how did you spend your weekend?

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And Now For Something Completely Different

Spied over this past weekend.  Car No. 1 – the white one on the trailer – was sighted on I-44 eastbound Saturday afternoon.  As we pulled into range I thought, “Hmmm, a much-modified Vega” (look at the roof line and … Continue reading

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