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Okay, I haven’t really played with the new camera in an indoor setting but here are a couple quick shots of my lair, my home away from home, my shrine to America’s love affair with the automobile and Route 66.

Renting cars and Penske trucks is the primary purpose for my office. However, as my office fronts on Route 66 and is in an historic building (formerly a part of the Hobbs Truck Stop complex) I feel there is an obligation to preserve a part of that history.

My long term plan is make this more than just a rental office. I would like to transform it into a complete, all encompassing Route 66 information center.

So, if you have a business or museum on Route 66 and want to help in this transformation please send me post cards, brochures or promotional material you have for your establishment and I will make sure they are prominently displayed. If your a traveler on the old double 66 stop by, say hello, and browse through my miniature shrine to Route 66 and all things automotive.

The address is 2610 E. Andy Devine Ave (Route 66) in Kingman, Arizona.

As added incentive if you purchased one of my books from a Route 66 based museum or gift shop, and have the receipt, I will gladly sign the book as well as provide you with a small gift bag. What a deal!

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