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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Charleetho, Dec 23, 2010.
You can rambler on over to this ranch next
Address is well hidden from Google.
But I figured it out eventually.
That's Cowboy's new place, isn't it????
edit.... I wish it was Cowboys, that'd be sweet
thats the place, Rambler Ranch in Elizabeth
might be a nice place for a tagger lunch?
and thats Elbert County, setting a record now for most counties tagged in a round of 25
Ha! I saw your tag, and I was halfway out of my chair and onto the bike (still dressed in a suit after work) before I saw Kirk's quick grab. I live just a couple miles away.
I volunteered to help organize the Studebaker Drivers Club visit to the Rambler Ranch, when I discovered it on the schedule for the SDC convention in the Springs in July. Seems the owner of the Rambler Ranch lurks at the SDC website, saw my post volunteering, and invited me over for a private tour. It's a very cool collection. Not many car collections include a boneyard and complete restoration facilities in the tour. And of course, it's full of orphan cars, which have become a favorite for me for some reason I don't understand.
Sadly, it's not open to the public, only to car clubs and other organizations that carry their own insurance for their events.
Right behind that old car in the photo is a cool reconstructed historic gas station, and immediately alongside is the first of three huge buildings full of (300+) restored cars, with a boneyard full of Nash, Rambler and AMC restoration candidates just to the north.
There is also a fourth building full of restored Kelvinator Appliances. Nash owned and made Kelvinator stuff too.
I was gonna grab the tag and run down to El Paso county, to add yet another.
I joined a few car clubs in my pursuit of license plates. I have not taken the tour yet, one of these days...
Hmm.. found out its name, general area but can't find the location. Totally stumped since I've been all over that area. Googling away!
How did you find out the name?
I don't see any hints or clues?
Ok found it, I may try and head up there in the morning if nobody grabbed it by then.
I'm riding around looking... nope, nada.
Nope. Stumped. Returning home!
Ok so, there's a twin bridge in the south that I was looking for.. Not it.
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If you can't find it maybe we can meet in the morning at the Whistle Stop and grab breakfast.
Since there is a plaque it must have some historical significance no?
Looks pretty similar to this one...