Among the prizes is one year of free gasoline, which Dinkela says he’ll use for his customized and heavily autographed “Route 66 Adventure Truck” on future trips. On his blog, he said:
I have decided to enter a contest showing some of my efforts and talents to keep Route 66 alive. This video demonstrates to Phillips that I put a lot of energy and talent into marking roads, documenting old alignments, and commemorating iconic figures that are also directly involved with keeping Route 66 alive.
Interestingly, Phillips Petroleum Co. developed its gasoline in 1927 during testing on Route 66 in Oklahoma. Because the car was purring along at 66 mph on U.S. 66, it was decided to name the gasoline Phillips 66.
You can vote for Dinkela’s video here (registration is required). Voting will continue through Dec. 4.