A closer look at the 1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 (Tipo 256) Berlinetta Aerodinamica bodied by Carrozzeria Touring appearing at the Concorso, July 11th. I will add more videos from the Concorso later on, they need a little more editing which I can not do with the faltering laptop I’m working on now.
Video shot at the parking lot of the hotel where participants of the National Alfa Romeo Convention are staying.
Thanks to a fast wifi and internet connection I finally managed to upload some pictures of today: The story will follow later
The laptop I purchased especially for this trip turned out to be a crippled one. So there will be no pictures made by me (Dink) until I get home. Uploading them with this computer is a mission impossible. Yesterday morning, after a perfect stay at the Boots Court Motel (strongly recommended if you want to … Continue reading
Yesterday (Day 3, June 25th) when we left Berlin Ohio it was hot again, temperatures were in the 80’s (for the Dutch readers: above 30′ C). The day before we had to wait a long time to spot a few of the typical Amish horse-and-buggies, yesterday they were all over the town. This is America’s … Continue reading
For now only the pictures. Some more text will follow tomorrow. Or I’ll leave it up to Fred 😉
We’re at the Berlin Village Inn, in Berlin, Ohio, in the world’s largest Amish community. Airconditioner and wi-fi are working hard. But no beer to relax over as this is a ‘dry village’… Let’s start with a video I shot with the new GoPro camera. The sound is a bit curious, next time I’ll work … Continue reading
The grey little fourwheeldrive is a Steyr-Puch Pinzgauer as used by the Austrian army. The little yellow car is a Studebaker Lark.
The internet in our present motel is really slow, so I’m afraid you have to wait for the pictures a little longer.
It’s been a good idea to arrive in the US a couple of days before the real start of the Route 66 adventure. I (Dink) would have time to get used to the time difference and to deal with unexpected events. And yes, they did occur. About a week ago I went to see my … Continue reading