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Hackberry General Store, Route 66, Hackberry, Arizona

View of vintage car at the Hackberry General Store, Route 66, Hackberry, Arizona

Rusty Bolt souvenir store, Route 66, Seligman, Arizona

Rusty Bolt souvenir store, Route 66, Seligman, Arizona

Vintage Phillips 66 Gas Station and historic cars, Route 66, Chandler, Oklahoma

Rusty Bolt souvenir store, Route 66, Seligman, Arizona

Fixing up an old car, Seligman, Arizona

Old car and cactus, Hackberry General Store, Route 66, Hackberry, Arizona

Old car and gas pump, Hackberry General Store, Route 66, Hackberry, Arizona

Red painted old car in field near Oakville, Alabama

Old cars and old façades in Havana, Cuba

Whoever owns this car hasn't driven it in awhile. Bogota, Texas

Old cars beneath an awning at a re-created Shell gasoline station at the Pottery Ranch pottery store in Marble Falls, Texas

Old cars beneath an awning at a re-created Shell gasoline station at the Pottery Ranch pottery store in Marble Falls, Texas

Old cars beneath an awning at a re-created Shell gasoline station at the Pottery Ranch pottery store in Marble Falls, Texas

Old cars beneath an awning at a re-created Shell gasoline station at the Pottery Ranch pottery store in Marble Falls, Texas

A derelict gas station and appropriately aged car in Sweetwater, Texas

Old cars being fixed, 692 Hegenberger, Oakland, 2015

An old farm truck and a vintage school bus at Heritage Farm Museum and Village, in Harveytown, West Virginia, just south of downtown Huntington

An old, rusted car, or "jalopy," is actually a nostalgic roadside attraction at the venerable Hackberry General Store in the tiny settlement of Hackberry, Arizona "a vestige of the heyday of two-lane cross-country travel in the 1930s and 40s along U.S. Highway 66

Remains of a vintage automobile outside a gift shop along old U.S. highway 66 in Seligman, Arizona

Scene outside Delgadillo's Snow Cap Drive-In restaurant, a historic eatery and roadside attraction in Seligman, Arizona, along old U.S. highway 66

An old, rusted car, or "jalopy," is actually a nostalgic roadside attraction at the venerable Hackberry General Store in the tiny settlement of Hackberry, Arizona "a vestige of the heyday of two-lane cross-country travel in the 1930s and 40s along U.S. Highway 66

Most, but not all, of old, and older, cars rusting along historic U.S. Route 66 in Hackberry, Arizona

Scene from "Juan's Garden" behin Delgadillo's Snow Cap Drive-In restaurant, a historic eatery and roadside attraction in Seligman, Arizona, along old U.S. highway 66

Most, but not all, of an old, rusted car along historic U.S. Route 66 in Hackberry, Arizona

Cars well past their prime give old-time ambience to the scene outside the Hackberry General Store in the dot of a place called Hackberry along old U.S. 66 in northwestern Arizona

Scene at the Hackberry General Store in the dot of a place called Hackberry along old U.S. 66 in northwestern Arizona

Vintage truck and car in Douglas, a city on the Mexican border in southeastern Arizona

Scene at the Hackberry General Store in the dot of a place called Hackberry along old U.S. 66 in northwestern Arizona

Something is definitely missing from this old car outside the Hackberry General Store in the dot of a place called Hackberry along old U.S. 66 in northwestern Arizona

Cars well past their prime give old-time ambience to the scene outside the Hackberry General Store in the dot of a place called Hackberry along old U.S. 66 in northwestern Arizona

A bit more than half of an old, broken-down car sits outside the Hackberry General Store in the dot of a place called Hackberry along old U.S. 66 in northwestern Arizona

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