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Dino Rally To The Grand Canyon Nov 10-13, 2019

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  1. synchro

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    Website updated with event photos
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    Morning sunrise in Sedona autumn colors
     

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    Images from the drone - which was actually the only casualty on this trip (all OK, replacement parts ordered).

    Every Dino performed flawlessly despite massive altitude and temperature changes on a daily basis.
    Dinos are very robust cars!
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    Outstanding! Thanks!

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    From Left to right at the Grand Canyon;
    Dinos 06422, 06146 (Matthias Bartz), 04610, 06472, 04004, 04370, 06640 and 03110
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    #33 synchro, Dec 3, 2019
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    Dinos led by Matthias Bartz to the US Route 66.
    Here MB walks the historic section before the original drive
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    #34 synchro, Dec 3, 2019
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    The driving route had The Dinos climb from the barren Sonoran desert to the mile+ high pine tree forests then back down and up again through the Arizona mining country.
    Not a single Dino stumbled or hesitated throughout the altitude changes. These are very robust cars made for driving.

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