Saturday, July 9, 2016

Route 66 Auto Museum, Santa Rosa, New Mexico

We stopped in Santa Rosa, New Mexico for the night on our way to Colorado. There is not too much to see in Santa Rosa - the biggest attraction is the Blue Hole, which is an 81-foot deep, crystal clear artesian spring.  There were people lined up to go into the Blue Hole and there was also another swimming area, just jam packed with people.  So, we opted not to go there, but went to the Route 66 Auto Museum instead.  This museum is dedicated to the preservation of Route 66 memorabilia with more than 30 classic and custom cars on display.

It was fun walking around looking at all the different cars.  They were all in great shape and many were for sale. Here are some of my favorite cars:

1963 Thunderbird

1934 Ford 3 Window

1949 Woodie (For Sale $95,000)

1957 Chevy Nomad

1931 Auburn

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