Turning west and following I-80 to the coast is the way to go. Then take the Pacific Coast Highway to LA. Like others, I'd be a little worried driving that old a truck without a good thorough going over. I-80 does take you over Donner's Pass. So you will be doing a little climbing. Though I did it in a '71 Buick Riviera a few years ago with no problems. It could be a great trip. Or a nightmare, like the time I tried driving a '67 Riviera from a New Jersey suburb of Philadelphia, PA back to the Twin Cities. A very easy run with a good car. And seller had assured us the car ready to go. The car didn't make it the less then 5 miles into Philadelphia with out breaking down. Had to have it towed back to the seller. Then I had to wait all the next day while they "fixed the problem." Only to break down in Warren, Ohio for a couple of days before getting home. Still if the truck checks out, I'd try it. It should be a lot of fun.
I miss JoHan's U.S.A. Oldies seiries. The kits may not have been the greatest. But, I loved the subjects. And look at the great art work on box above. It sure makes a '62 Dart more appealing than it really was in model form or real life (IMO). I want one.
CARtoons is back! I just read the digital copy of issue #0. It's great! And to learn about CARtoons being back, on my birthday. Happy birthday to me! I'll tell you, I wasn't a 58 year old man as I sat there reading the latest issue of CARtoons. I felt young again! And that's no exaggeration.
Just finished reading the digital copy of issue #0. Very, very kool! I loved it. I found myself chuckling out loud several times. Man, it's so cool to have CARtoons back! Just turned 58 today, and I felt like a kid, reading the latest issue. Thank you to the who bought this back. It was a great birthday gift.