Riding down Historical Route 66

Cars, longboards, route 66

A brand new Car Museum has come to Route 66 in Springfield, Missouri


A few of the American cars on display at the Route 66 Car Museum. Photos courtesy of Springfield Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.

Like many car collectors, Guy Mace has a hard time parting with vehicles. Since the 1990s, when he got serious about buying cars, he’s amassed about 68 of them, all driven regularly. When his wife pointed out that he may have a problem, Guy came up with an innovative solution, and on June 15 2016 he’d open the Route 66 Car Museum, along the fabled road in Springfield, Missouri.

For details click here


One of the route 66 items you will probably not find in the museum is this nostalgic Punked route 66 longboard


for more info on this gorgeous route 66 kicktail longboard click here


Imperial history

From Wikipedia:
This article is about the Imperial marque manufactured by U.S. auto maker Chrysler between 1955 and 1983. For Imperial cars manufactured under the Chrysler marque, see Chrysler Imperial. For the early British manufacturer, see Imperial (British automobile). For the Imperial automobile from 1908 to 1916, see Imperial Automobile Company.
Imperial Crown Convertible 1960.jpg

1960 Imperial Crown Convertible
Manufacturer Chrysler
Production 1955–1975
Body and chassis
Class luxury car
Layout FR layout
Predecessor Chrysler Imperial

Imperial was the Chrysler Corporation‘s luxury automobile brand between 1955 and 1975, with a brief reappearance in 1981 to 1983.