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Members Tony & Joan Przasnyski traveling old Route 66
Amarillo to Albuquerque Day 8, 323 miles with a few more tourist stops along the way. First Cadillac Ranch, an artist's sculpture project that buried old Cadillacs in a farm field. He's gone now but visitors spray paint the cars for an ever changing display. Rain the night before but mud and puddles did not stop visitors. Some brought paint and left for others to use.
Next a stop in Adrian, Texas at the midpoint of Rt 66. 1139 miles to LA & 1139 to Chicago.
Next a stop at Russel's Truck Stop and Car Museum, lots to buy and see.
Motels and stores passed have been around back to 1939.
Albuquerque tours tomorrow before traveling to Flagstaff Arizona.
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Site last updated: 12/14/2018 1:30 pm
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Founded in 2001, our purpose is to provide a social organization for those interested in the promotion and development of classic, antique and special interest vehicles in the carbon county, PA and surrounding areas and to unite others with similar interests.
You may be an owner or just love to be around old vehicles, it's up to you. During the fare weather months from April through September we host friday evening cruises at the Penn Forest Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 located between Jim Thorpe and Lake Harmony on Route 903. Check our calendar page for more information on the cruises, car shows and other relative automotive events.
Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday evening at 7pm of each month at the Mauch Chunk Rod & Gun Club. The club is located at the end of Reservoir Road, Jim Thorpe, PA (vicinity of Route 903/North Street near the Jim Thorpe Monument).
Poke around, check out all of our pages, updates are made all the time.
The Jukebox Cruisers Car Club hosted a fun style car show on June 24, 2018.
In partnership with the Albrightsville Volunteer Fire Company who held it's Annual Benefit Horse Show.
Located on the Getz Farm property at the intersection of Route 534 and Old Stage Road, Albrightsville.
Thank's to everyone who came out to help and also to those who came to show.
Go to our Gallery page for some photos of the event.