I drove it from central Indiana to Niagara Falls with the Manx Club last June, 1400 miles in 5 days. The photo is from Mid America Funfest, also last June, In Efington Ill. Always drive it, I don't own a trailer. The red one belongs to a friend that lives nearby.
My dads father drove Chryslers, my mom's parents drove Fords, and Dad worked at GM and had Chevys and moved up to Pontiacs. My uncle Bud drove lots of Mopars. My first car was a VW dune buggy, and my first job was at an Import car dealer that sold Triumphs, Alfa Romeos, Fiats and Subarus. My wife was driving a Mustang when we married. Somehow I grew into just loving cars, any car. I dislike unreliable cars, and the ones that have done me wrong are Triumphs and Hyundais. I also dislike new cars, the styling is terrible and you can't work on them. Of all the cars I've owned my favorites were a 56 Chevy and a 69 Camaro, and my Manx buggy that I've owned over 45 years. If I hit the loto tomorrow I'm buying another 69 Camaro.