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Nash Scrambler FV

Last I saw the only remaining Nash Scrambler FV, it was still Sail Blue (yep, that is a Rustoleum color – and I love it) and it was still running with Corinthian Vintage Auto Racing (CVAR) in 2018.  I had … Continue reading

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Nash Scrambler Formula Vee (FV)

The TDR archives have (finally) uncovered the archives of the Nash Scrambler FV.  Coming soon will be the history of the last known Scrambler, as told by the builder and driver, Weldon Nash.  When in the TDR stable, it still … Continue reading

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Anderbock Sighting

Kane shared this information in 2016 … “…The mural is clearly visible in a dark western film called “Kill or Be Killed” (2015). …. seeing that it has only a 1-star rating on Netflix, you may want to fast forward … Continue reading

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Still Brewing

A quick trip to a family event had me pass the mysterious Anderbock mural on March 9, 2019.  One end of the image is fading faster than the rest – and losing a few more bricks – but for the … Continue reading

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Lake of The Pines Loops

Hughes Springs Loops: FM 450, FM 250, and FM 161 were the stars of morning, and provided solid reasons to see Hughes Springs, TX twice in one day. Riding as Road Captain for three days of fun, with my son as … Continue reading

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A Brewing Question – Anderbock Brew

The ride started with a two day trip through the Texas Hill country, over to Pedernales State Park, then to Lake Travis for some sun bathing before dinner at the Oasis.  The return route the next day was east of I-35 … Continue reading

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Bastrop – August 2012

Bastrop State Park:  An $8.00 entry fee for two allowed us to tour Bastrop State Park, home of the Lost Pines.  Lost indeed, after the wildfires of 2011. A year later, and on our first visit, we saw towering black … Continue reading

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