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Friendship Rally 1959 Austin Healey
A classic 1959 Austin Healey full of stickers from their adventure.
Friendship Rally 1959 Austin Healey
A classic 1959 Austin Healey full of stickers from their adventure.

Around the world by Car

The 2008 Friendship Rally

Friendship Rally 2008 Panama to Alaska map
Friendship Rally 2008 Panama to Alaska map. From canal to moose.

I met Rick & Diana Dyke-Price in Bryce Canyon National Park, a beautiful stop-over for any world traveler. They were traveling from Alaska to Panama in their classic 1959 Austin Healey. I loved all the stickers and the world map stuck the classic car. I found them to be extraordinarily kind with their time and inspirational to the many curious onlookers. Too bad we can’t all see the world like this, but at least we all get to share the journey. Read more.

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