I got some a long time ago (maybe 4 years) from a guy in Arizona,
Robert Waldmire, Caretaker
Old Route 66 Visitor center
Hackberry, AZ 86411
(open by chance or appointment, 7 days a week)
I sent for (and got) a set of maps, Unbleiveable beautifuly hand
drawn, from chicago to california, some postcards, and a notebook.
It doesn't look like I'll be needing them so it's all yours if you
want it. just ping me off list.
> My birthdate is 6/6/66
Same as my son's except the year, I think he was born in 1959.
John Rockefeller wrote:
> Well my 1949 3100 is running like a top now. I had it out and purring
> at 60mph. Used the Throttle as a cruise and she just rattled down the
> road. Now for the really big test of my mechanical prowes! I want to
> take a trip down the Mother Road this summer for vacation. I live about
> 3 hours from Chicago, where it all begins, but I have no idea where
> to get a map of the actual route. I've been searching the net all night
> and can't seam to find a route map that goes from Chicago to Califonia.
> Does anyone know where I might be able to get such a map. I know
> that PBS did a show documenting a cruise like this several years ago.
> Should I try to contact them for a route map? Any help would be
> greatly aprciated as I would love to plan the trip to start near my
> in June. By the way.......My birthdate is 6/6/66. I really need to take
> this trip!
> John "Rock" Rockefeller
> 1949 3100 "Eeyore"
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
Where Are We Going And Why Am I In This Handbasket?
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959