Anyone sitting in the traffic at Rosecrans Street and Sports Arena Boulevard today might want to have a word with traffic engineers from 1940s and 1960s. Touted as “modernization of the highway system in San Diego” was the 1941 construction of a new interchange between then-U.S. 101 and Mission Valley Road, today’s Interstate 8.

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A beautiful San Diego day and it’s getting time for lunch. In the driveway is a modern interpretation of the classic, big American sedan, a Dodge Charger R/T; its Hemi waiting to rumble. Let’s head to one of the few surviving original drive-in burger joints in the county, Pepper Tree Frosty in Vista.

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