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Arnold Schwarzenegger Visits Ohio State Highway Patrol Museum: Oldies, but Goldies

Arnold Schwarzenegger recently visited the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Academy and posed next to a couple of the classic vehicles the agency has in their museum. He might have been spending time with his $2 million Bugatti Veyron supercar, but that doesn’t mean the Terminator star is not fond of the vintage rides.
Arnold Schwarzenegger next to a classic motorcycle at Ohio Highway Patrol Musem 13 photos
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Last time we wrote about California’s ex governor we were talking about his 39-year old girlfriend and their little driving adventure. Paparazzi caught the Hollywood star in quite the awkward situation, as he looked pretty stressed out after handing over the wheels of his $2 million custom built Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse to his new girlfriend.

This time, Schwarzenegger was visiting Columbus, Ohio, for the rededication of his bronze likeness in its new home, the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the other day.

During the ceremony, the famous action movie star and fitness advocate once again highlighted that the Arnold Sports Festival, the athletic and fitness competition he started in 1989 with Columbus sports promoter Jim Lorimer, would always take place in Ohio’s capital.”There is no place like Columbus, Ohio. We have the most extraordinary people,” Schwarzenegger said.

So, while he was at it, California’s ex governor also stopped by the Ohio Highway Patrol’s Academy for a tour with former Ohio Department of Public Safety Director and retired Lt. Colonel Thomas P. Charles. Not that we didn’t like Arnie next to that 1930s Chrysler, but considering what movie made him famous we can’t help but picturing the Terminator riding that beautiful bike...

 
 
 
 
 

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