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big m
Posted 2007-07-10 12:19 PM (#89257)
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Here are a few pics of old gas stations that we took-

U-Drop Inn, Shamrock, Texas [the basis for Ramone's in the Disney picture 'Cars']



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Posted 2007-07-10 12:21 PM (#89258 - in reply to #89257)
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Here is the U-drop Inn with it's neon illuminated-



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Posted 2007-07-10 12:22 PM (#89259 - in reply to #89257)
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A restored Magnolia filling station, also in Shamrock-



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Posted 2007-07-10 12:24 PM (#89260 - in reply to #89257)
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A restored Phillips 66 station in eastern Oklahoma-



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Posted 2007-07-10 12:25 PM (#89261 - in reply to #89257)
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An abandoned Whiting Bros. station in western New Mexico-



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Posted 2007-07-10 12:27 PM (#89262 - in reply to #89257)
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A restored filling station in Williams, Arizona-



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Posted 2007-07-10 12:32 PM (#89263 - in reply to #89257)
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DeSoto's beauty and barber shop, formerly a service station, Peach Springs, Arizona. Note the '60 perched on the roof-



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Posted 2007-07-10 1:05 PM (#89267 - in reply to #89257)
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The buiding DeSotos is in looks like it started out as a Texaco station. I remember the style. Very nice indeed!
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Posted 2007-07-11 12:11 AM (#89372 - in reply to #89257)
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Those stations are way cool John--The Phillips is very similar to one that has been restored in my area. Just yesterday I was talking to a guy about how Phillips got started and he says Phillips was born just 10 miles from here and got his start in the town where that station is --Creston, Iowa
BTW did you see my post to you that that guy in Grant City, Mo. that had the auction your man attended-is going to have another one a year from now................................5%..................
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Posted 2007-07-11 12:41 PM (#89410 - in reply to #89257)
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Somehow I missed that post, Steve. Keep me posted on that auction, it could mean a road trip! ---John
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Posted 2007-07-11 8:56 PM (#89489 - in reply to #89257)
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Wouldn't it be FUN, to have a detached garage, built (and set-up!) to look & function, like that "Mid-Century" style gas station?

I mean; it would NOT be hard to do!
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Posted 2007-07-12 8:40 PM (#89585 - in reply to #89257)
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Heading east from Oklahoma city, there was a mean looking big rig bearing down on my tailfin. The next photos are from Stroud, which was our first meet-up with fellow forwardlookers. What a bunch of darn good folks! Excellent dinner at a Lebanese steakhouse, hanging out at the Rock cafe on old 66, Thanks, Dave, for your hospitality! ---John



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Posted 2007-07-12 11:13 PM (#89600 - in reply to #89257)
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Thanks, those gas station photos are really something.
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Posted 2007-07-16 4:45 PM (#90100 - in reply to #89257)
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Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona. Snow Cap drive in [unfortunately was closed that day. Sure could have used a cone, as the temp was 103 degrees out]



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Posted 2007-07-16 4:48 PM (#90101 - in reply to #89257)
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A Wigwam motel on 66 in Holbrook, Arizona



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Posted 2007-07-16 4:49 PM (#90103 - in reply to #89257)
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The roadside sign for the Jackrabbit trading post, Jackrabbit Arizona.



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Posted 2007-07-16 4:51 PM (#90104 - in reply to #89257)
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Bob FM riding the giant jackrabbit outside the trading post.



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Posted 2007-07-16 4:57 PM (#90105 - in reply to #89257)
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Summit near Oatman, Arizona. This portion of old 66 was torture on any vehicle with cooling system or brake problems, as the road climbed roughly 15 miles at a 10% grade. Constant switchbacks where 5 MPH was as fast as the road would allow. In the dust bowl days, folks leaving Oklahoma would actually drive this part backwards, as the gearing in their vehicles would allow them to climb the grade. It was 105 degrees when we made the climb. ---John



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Posted 2007-07-16 5:15 PM (#90107 - in reply to #89257)
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Hi, John -

Your accounts and photos of your trip to Tulsa are really quite phenomenal.  And so is the fact that 57 FURY made the trip without problems.  Makes me wish even more that I had joined in the caravan.  Thanks again for sharing.

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Posted 2007-07-16 5:29 PM (#90109 - in reply to #89257)
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Thanks, Bill. Maybe we'll get this "unearthing reunion" going in the future. It would be great if you and Ol' Brown could make it. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-16 5:43 PM (#90113 - in reply to #89257)
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Neat looking neon at the Blue Swallow motel in Tucumcari New Mexico on old 66. Tucumcari used to advertise "Tucumcari Tonight, 2000 motel rooms" for quite a few years along the highway on countless billboards, but alas, there are less than 1200 available nowadays. Many of the motels have been abandoned since interstate 40 took away much of the customer traffic. The Blue Swallow soldiers on, and is more popular than ever. ---John



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Posted 2007-07-16 5:48 PM (#90114 - in reply to #89257)
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The reflecting pool at the Oklahoma city memorial at dusk time.



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Posted 2007-07-16 5:51 PM (#90115 - in reply to #89257)
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A rather forlorn looking '57 Belvedere left behind an abandoned rock shop near Newberry Springs, Ca.



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Posted 2007-07-16 5:55 PM (#90116 - in reply to #89257)
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Vegetation slowly winning the battle over the asphalt on this little travelled section-



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Posted 2007-07-16 5:59 PM (#90118 - in reply to #89257)
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A once popular watering hole near Cubero, New Mexico, slowly weathering away in the elements-



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Posted 2007-07-16 6:07 PM (#90119 - in reply to #89257)
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Another Whiting Bros station in Tucumcari New Mexico. This one held on until recently, and is now shuttered. Whiting Bros at one time was the most popular brand of fuel along the western portion of route 66.



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Posted 2007-07-16 6:09 PM (#90120 - in reply to #89257)
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Several old road warriors now at rest in the desert near Budville, New Mexico.



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Posted 2007-07-16 6:34 PM (#90121 - in reply to #89257)
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Thanks John for the pics, I probably will never travel Route 66 so you have posted the kind of things I would want to see........MO
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Posted 2007-07-16 8:32 PM (#90148 - in reply to #89257)
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You're more than welcome Steve!

Here, I and Bob were standing on a corner, in Winslow arizona--Well, you know the rest of the words. Actually, this was a monument to 9/11 that was erected to salute the firefighters and Police dept. in NYC. There are two vertical beams that were actual wreckage from the trade center. ---John



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:34 PM (#90150 - in reply to #89257)
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Stopping in Williams, Arizona for the night, there was a staged gunfight held in the middle of 66 for the Grand Canyon tourists.



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:35 PM (#90151 - in reply to #89257)
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Bob FM gets the girl.



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:37 PM (#90152 - in reply to #89257)
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Got our pics taken with a couple of the cast members.



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:38 PM (#90154 - in reply to #89257)
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M'lisa, I and Bob at the Grand Canyon.



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:46 PM (#90156 - in reply to #89257)
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Roy's in Amboy California, built in 1959. The local sherriff told us that Roy's was a booming travel stop in the '50's and 60's, but Roy, the founder, died towards the latter part of that decade. His son in law, Buster, took over, and ran the majority of the town. When this desert section of the route was bypassed by Interstate 40, traffic slowed to a trickle as it had done elsewhere. Buster was so disgusted that he hopped on to a bulldozer and leveled most of the town, and remained bitter for years, running off the few remaining travellers. Today, Roy's is in the process of being restored.



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:49 PM (#90157 - in reply to #89257)
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A volcano looms behind the remains of Amboy, Ca. The rocks here are almost all volcanic in nature.



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Posted 2007-07-16 8:52 PM (#90159 - in reply to #89257)
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M'lisa snapped this interesting silhouette of the car.



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:41 PM (#90430 - in reply to #89257)
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Rarely seen, a restored round barn along 66 in Oklahoma-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:43 PM (#90431 - in reply to #89257)
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Another gas station that couldn't tough it out-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:45 PM (#90432 - in reply to #89257)
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A faded 66 shield on the old road-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:47 PM (#90433 - in reply to #89257)
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Luckily, when this Texas state trooper pulled in behind us, he was only interested in talking about Mopars-Note the Charger patrol car-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:49 PM (#90434 - in reply to #89257)
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Slow goin', and nowhere to pass for several miles-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:50 PM (#90435 - in reply to #89257)
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The Cadillac Ranch, near Amarillo, Texas-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:52 PM (#90436 - in reply to #89257)
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Of course, we had to add something ourselves-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:54 PM (#90437 - in reply to #89257)
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HUH? A pawn shop along the highway in New Mexico specializing in Studebakers-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:56 PM (#90438 - in reply to #89257)
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DeSoto-esque Route 66 monument in Tucumcari New Mexico-



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Posted 2007-07-19 8:57 PM (#90439 - in reply to #89257)
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Posted 2007-07-19 8:59 PM (#90440 - in reply to #89257)
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Driving beneath interstate 40 to get back to the old road. Narrow enough for ya?



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john, i am SO glad you are publishing this thread!!

by the way, i have a public apology to make to j.w. and his wife, judy.

while we were in bristow, i failed to point out the COOLEST site to any mopar fan, the old chrysler/plymouth dealership on 9th street, east of main. bristow (where we ate at russ' ribs......yummy!) was actually the site of THREE different chrysler "motor agencies", as my old friend arthur foster would say. ALL THREE are still visible today: the original, on 7th street, just west of the post office (ancient wall mural still visible and legible, though faded); the "new" one on 9th street, with the beautiful 1940s architecture (ceramic and glass blocks, as well as a GIANT tower that reads "chrysler" and "plymouth"), and the johnny-come-lately on the west side of town, crown chrysler-dodge-jeep, a five-star dealership. crown was the only one you saw, and i apologize for not thinking about the rest. unfortunately, i was busy trying to not screw up as tour guide, which i managed to do. however, i did the best i could, and am glad i made the effort. next time, i'll do better, i promise!
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Posted 2007-07-19 9:28 PM (#90449 - in reply to #89257)
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Good Lord, John - I could sit & stare at that paint job all day!

Yeah, it's not like I haven't see the colors red & white before, but MAN - something about the job on your '57 just jumps out at you, it's so rich.....
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That Texas highway cop--- just no way he could resist having a chat with you'uns. Three " desperadoes" in a way cool Fury---don't see that everyday! He probably didn't want to seem to be the least bit suspicious, but he just HAD to say hello and look at your Plymy. ...................MO
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