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.
After escaping from the Stagecoach Motel we checked out a bit of “downtown” Seligman and discovered some interesting souvenir shops and even some proper espresso at Historic Seligman Sundries. Also historic, across the street we discovered an Alfa Spider up on blocks at the Romney Motel. We discovered it’s been there for several years. The … Continue reading
Our night was spent in the Globetrotter Lodge in Holbrook AZ. Our original plans were to stay in the wig-wam motel but found it booked and upon a closer inspection to the wig-wam when we arrived we were glad it was booked up. The Globetrotter is owned by a two couples form Austria who moved … Continue reading
The Monterey Motel in Albuquerque NM is a very clean and well kept place to stay. The two elderly owners who emigrated from Poland quite a few years ago who run things very strictly are quite nice after all and keep an excellent motel – but smokers be warned – you are not welcome! As … Continue reading
As we were packing the cars, the owners of the Safari Inn asked us to pose our cars under their sign for a few photos. Perhaps in years to come we will be part of some advertising material? Before departing this fairly desolate motel town we enjoyed a authentic Mexican inspired egg breakfast then posed … Continue reading
We are now joined on our trip by Neil and his 1981 Spider. Thanks to google latitude he was able to track us from New Jersey and catch us as we waited for a museum to open As Elk City was so close to the Texas border we were eager to don our cowboy boots … Continue reading
The best thing about staying at the shabby Desert Inn is that it’s walking distance from a fantastic breakfast spot: Tally’s Cafe. The quality of the food is great and the service is very friendly and efficient. The owner, who introduced himself telling us he emigrated from Lebanon 25 years ago, notice we were tourists … Continue reading
Thanks to a fast wifi and internet connection I finally managed to upload some pictures of today: The story will follow later
The night at Boots Court was a pleasant one although there’s not much to do in the town of Carthage since much of the local shops are shuttered and there is an air of hard-times that permeates the area. The Courthouse is a massive and ornate structure that sits in the center of what was … Continue reading