As the sun made its way west over the Cascades, the OHV staging area bustled with energy, transforming into a dystopian community of campers, survivalists, and other living-on-the-fringe types on the outskirts of Oregon's high desert. A beater of a Lincoln limo rolled in and immediately drew a crowd, the old stretched-out Continental lifted and shod in all-terrain tires, a row of high intensity floodlights, a pop-up tent, and a minibike mounted on its roof rack. The “Sketch Limo,” a.k.a. #24feetoftheamericandream, is a veteran of the Gambler 500 Rally, the irreverent, mostly off-road rally-style adventure for cheap, impractical, fun vehicles (where participants spend no more than $500 on their rigs) from whence the minibike bash spawned. The “Punisher” parked nearby was also OG, the all-wheel drive AMC Eagle murdered-out in flat black, its front end fortified with an industrial-strength steel bumper and twin wenches.