Racing the Mexican 1000 in a period-correct 1967 Meyers Manx

It was 9 am on a Saturday, and I was stepping off a plane at the Tijuana International Airport. This is not where I was supposed to be. I had left the United States two weeks earlier en route to Mexico City to meet up with a friend. We intended to drive from Panama to Guatemala, but — as with most things involving bringing a vehicle over international borders — there were complications. That’s how I found myself eating huevos rancheros and drinking Tecate at the airport in Tijuana. The situation called for a change in plans. My good friend Tim had decided 6 weeks earlier that he was going to race the Mexican 1000, and now another good friend, Stefan, was on his way to pick me up and take me along. Not only was Tim going to race, but he’d also used those 6 weeks to build a period-correct 1967 Meyers Manx buggy… read more >

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