We are pretty sure at least one of Ford Mustang fan’s dreams would be to cruise cross-country at the wheel of his or her favorite faithful steed. One such Stanger (historian Bruce Gamble) and his 1967 Mustang convertible will complete a journey in his “Sweet Chariot” (named after the bomber his father piloted during World War II) to pay tribute to Jack Kerouac, who embarked on a months-long trips across the USA — the theme behind his novel On the Road. Over the course of his travels, Bruce will catalog all of his discoveries and findings while cruising across this great nation of ours. Bruce himself is a paralyzed veteran and cancer survivor, so he’s no stranger to adversity and adventure; all which give him a unique perspective on life and its ups & downs.
To capture the essence of his chronicles, Gamble has published several magazine articles and a book. his latest, “Swashbucklers and Black Sheep”, is due for a September 15, 2012 release. For more information, keep reading the Press Release for all the finer details.