Back in 1937, when Studebaker was still going strong (and 85 years old at the time, going back to their wagon-building days), the company planted 5,000 pine trees at their proving grounds outside South Bend, Indiana. 41 years after the final Stude- a Cruiser- rolled off the assembly line, the trees' message is still visible from space. [Google Maps]
Mr. Martin you've outdone yourself this time- the coolest item of the day. There appears to be off road testing as well. You can still see the original track on the inside of the loop with a very cracked surface.I could study this image for hours. Oops, back to work.