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Make 2024 the year you check Route 66 off your bucket-list

Two Lane America’s guided RT66 car caravans make driving the Mother Road in your Mustang the trip of al lifetime. Does the idea of driving America’s most famous highway in your Mustang sound like a blast? Does having to plan every little detail sound exhausting? Then Two Lane America’s 13-day guided Route 66 car caravans are the perfect fit for you as they handle each day’s itinerary, all the hotels, and everything else needed to make your Route 66 road trip truly unforgettable.

At roughly 2,400 miles, Route 66 was once the only year-round route fromChicago to Los Angeles. Over the years, the road became iconic- inspiring botha hit song and a hit tv show, but by the 1980s, the road had largely been forgotten as the interstates moved people and products across the country.

Thankfully, a barber in Seligman,Arizona and his brother saw potential in the Mother Road. They knew people would want to drive to have a good time, not just make good time. They started the first RT66 Association, and other states followed suit. Today, the Mother Road has had a renaissance and is a delight for tourists across the globe.

Two Lane America’s caravans begin in Chicago with a welcome dinner and photos with the “Route 66 Begins Here” sign and end at the Santa Monica Pier in LA with a farewell dinner at Mel’s Diner. (Candy Clark from American Graffiti also pops in for dinner withthe group!)

Along the way, you’ll see a slew of beautifully restored vintage filling stations, tons of kitschy roadside attractions like the Blue Whale of Catoosa, three national parks, and multiple Route 66 museums. You’ll tour iconic Route 66 motels like the Blue Swallow, the Wigwam Motel, and La Posada. You’ll also have a chance to feed the wild burros in the old west town of Oatman.

Of course, you’ll also get pics“ standin’ on the corner in Winslow, Arizona,” just like the Eagles song.

In addition to the Route 66 attractions, you’ll take a ride to the top of the St. Louis Arch, tour the Oklahoma National Bombing Memorial, spend a day in Santa Fe, and detour up to the Grand Canyon.

Each day is sure to create memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime, and while the places the trip visits are great,it’s the people you’ll meet that really make the trip amazing. From the small mom-and-pop business owners to the other guests on your trip, you’ll find the people truly make these trips special.

Two Lane America’s Route 66 Caravans are limited to approximately 15 cars. Each car gets at wo-way radio, an itinerary book, and on-trip GPS links to ensure you know the way at all times.

 2024 Route 66 Caravan Dates


Two Lane America’s guided tours for Route 66 are very    popular and the tour dates sell out well in advance. Pricing is $2,650 per    person for couples (dual occupancy) and $3,250 per person for solo occupancy. Book today to lock in these rates:

• May 18-30 (Sold Out!)
• June 15-27 (Sold Out!)
• Aug 24-Sept 5 (Available)
• Sept 7-19 (Eight spots available)
• Sept 21-Oct 3 (Seven spots available)

Each trip includes 13 nights of lodging, 18 meals, and all the museum and sightseeing admissions fees. This price also includes many extras like motor coach transportation in St. Louis and Los Angeles, guest speakers, daily snacks/free water, and more.

You bring your Mustang, and they will do the rest! (The caravans are open to all vehicles, so you can drive whatever you feel comfortable in.) Trips can also be pro-rated based on where you wish to join/depart the tour.


These caravans are also fantastic for car clubs and groups. Two Lane America offers discounted rates for registering multiple cars. Reach out directly to Austin Coop at 513-827-8273 or via email: with any questions you may have.          

Two Lane America’s main guide, Austin Coop, has traversed  Route 66 nearly 100 times, and their dozens of 5-star reviews make them the  easy choice for taking a trip on the Mother Road.

To learn more and register for  your dream Route 66 trip, head over to their website.
















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