Anyway here we are nearing Pichaco Peak on our way up to Phoenix. A well known landmark if you've traveled this stretch of highway.
Chevrolet Bel Air. If you look in the back seat you can see an older woman, in a nice looking coat, reading the morning paper. The whole scene made me feel like I had gone back in time for a second.
The Iron Skillet for breakfast. Meet Tim. He's not as blurry in real life.
Westworld of Scottsdale which normally hosts equestrian events. As soon as we arrived we noticed a gigantic tent that we entered at one end, and it seemed to go on and on forever. Probably the largest tent I've ever been in.
Campagna Motor's T-Rex and it's sister the V13R. The V13R, the white one below, has a Harley Davidson V-Twin motor and can go 0-100 in 4.8 seconds.
American Graffiti movie. No not really, but believe me, he'd make the movie. George Lucas should sign him to a contract as soon as possible.
Nitrous Oxide anyone? I have some spare canisters in my trunk.
Counting Cars on the History channel. The History channel really knows how to put on some addicting shows.
1960's TV Bat mobile. This car sold later in the day for 4.2 million dollars.