It is most definitely getting warmer outside, and the leaves are pretty much green. The National Park has plowed out most of its snowiest sites by now, too which brings me to a question I would like to ask you.  It's about as important as the questions get here at the American Treasure Tour, so I hope you will give it some considerable thought.  Please feel free to let us know what your answer is.  If you don't, I will assume you're too busy thinking about it to offer your input.

Here's the scenario.  It's a beautiful day outside, sunny and warm.  You're driving along a road in the mountains.  Which of the following cars would you prefer to be driving?

1). Would you want to be behind the wheel of a 1954 Corvette with the soft-top down?
2). Would you prefer the 1956 Ford Thunderbird with the hard-top removed?
3). Would you go for the 1905 Franklin that, while there is a fabric roof, has the side flaps up?
4). Would you opt for the 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible?

The reason I'm asking is because, to be honest, I want to be driving along a mountain road on a beautiful day, and I'm thinking about these cars my own self.  The good news is that they are all right here, in the American Treasure Tour.  The bad news is that I know I will never be able to take any of them outside the tour myself and drive them on the relatively flat roads of Southeastern Pennsylvania, let alone the mountain road I'm thinking about.  But it is fun to fantasize about....