Here is the start of our trip back in Atlanta, Georgia meeting up with old friends and doing a photo-shoot. All these photos were shot by Ricky Cervantes with his iPhone 4.
Here is the car’s plaque between the two seats marking this NIsmo 370z as #702.
Before leaving Atlanta, Georgia we stopped at Daddy D’z BBQ just south of downtown. This is the best place to eat BBQ in the south by far. After eating here we hopped on I-20 and started our trip to Los Angeles.
Here is an American Flag in Mississippi just before sunset on future I-22 corridor heading towards Tunica, Mississippi. This interstate once completed will run from Memphis, Tennessee to Birmingham, Alabama and it is always empty when traveling.
Here is the Nismo 370z sitting at Harrah’s in Tunica, Mississippi. This was our shortest drive of the trip.
Here is a snapshot of the gauge cluster after our first night on the road. We managed to just break the 1,000 mile mark before calling it quits.
Here we are in Arkansas taking a break from driving on Day 2.
As night fell we rolled in to western Oklahoma and kept driving through the night into Texas.
Somewhere in New Mexico we found this $19,999 stuffed buffalo for sale in a gas station.
Here was a shot of our comfortable interior and the lack of view out the back of the Nismo Z.
Our final dinner on Day 3 we stopped at the New Jersey Pizza Company in Flagstaff, Arizona. If your ever traveling across I-40 this is a fantastic place to eat not very far off the interstate. Another couple hours on the road after dinner and we wound up pulling into our driveway just after 12:00am.