Category Archive: 'Cannonball Record'
Last year I took part in the second Cannonball Memorial Run. The third one is coming up. This cross country drive is a fund raiser to support the families of fallen officers. On average, 161 officers are killed in the line of duty annually. There are systems in place to offer financial relief to families […]
I added a few more of my car stories to the VINwiki YouTube channel. The most recent are: How to get a manufacturer to help pay for your next new exotic via trade assistance. The story of the 2017 running of The 2904 in the Cadillac Limo Stories of shipping exotic cars around the country […]
Alex Roy and I joined some cops on a cross drive a few weeks ago and did a 5 hour livestream on the VINwiki YouTube channel. Today I took an excerpt out of that video and released it again. We hope you enjoy.
I had hoped to take the 1985 4000S Quattro on this year’s 2904 but that was not in the cards. I found a very interesting last minute replacement though.
During the 2013 record run, we had some interesting fuel issues. Here is the story:
We set the NY to LA Record, we set the competitive event record, we set the antique car record; and now for something completely different! Some police officers from California have established a charity event called the Cannonball Memorial Run where they make a cross country drive and stop to meet with precincts that have […]
David Simpson set two of the twelve Cannonball related records that were established or improved upon in 2015. He stopped by VINwiki to talk about them. Be sure to check out his Zombie Road books on Amazon.
If you have read my book, you know that the team we used to set the NY to LA record came together at the very last minute. In this story, Dave tells the idea of how he became the c0-driver. Here you go:
One of the writers for Thrillist interviewed me a few weeks ago and put this article together discussion our NY to LA Record. Here is a link to the article.
On today’s VINwiki Car Story, Dave Black tells the story about how he and I met and the first car I sold him. Dave had been coming to Caffeine & Octane in his Maserati and I invited him to join us one of the Motorcars of Georgia Mountain Drives that I had organized. He quickly […]