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Road Trip Sightseeing Tips

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Whether you’re a college student cutting loose for the summer or a nostalgia buff looking to relive the tailfin era, an old-fashioned road trip might be just what you need. While the possibilities of the open road are virtually limitless, we’ve come up with some car-themed sights to get your trip plan rolling. Our list includes roadside oddities like Carhenge, museums for fans of both the Indy 500 and 007, and where to see Bonnie and Clyde’s bullet-hole-ridden ride or the nation’s oldest drive-in. Plan your kicks on Route 66 by following the link below.

Car-Themed Road Trips

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