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Hey so I passed you guys in Tulsa Oklahoma today on my lunch break on I-44. I was in a Big Maroon Jacked up Hummer H2 in 4 wheel drive fighting the worst road conditions I have seen in my 35 year life in Oklahoma.Then low and behold I saw you guys hanging in there right behind me in your sweet old Caddy cruising along like it was a Sunday drive. Now I am not a huge packers fan but wanted to say you guys are Bad A** and I wish you luck getting to the game. When I got back to work I was shownig this video of you guys to my staff when you drove by twice on Peoria right past my work. So thanks for proving to them I was not lying about the two crazy S.O.B.’s I just passed with the top down on their convertible Cadillac with the top down in the middle of winter on my Lunch. GO-PACK-GO
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TULSA – A highly modified Cadillac El Dorado turned some heads as it made its way through Tulsa Friday en route to the Big Game in Dallas.
Its occupants: Two die-hard Packer backers who said they took off from the parking lot of Lambeau field to make the road trip to the Super Bowl.
Their mission: To recruit new fans to the Green Bay side.
Mark “The IceMan” Madson and Dieter “The SnowMan” Sturm left shortly before noon Monday on their epic journey.
They’re making the trip of about 1,300 miles in Madson’s decked out 1978 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz.
On their website, www.packermobile.com , they write that Madson bought the car about six years ago.
“My life is upside down and backwards,” Madson writes on the site. “Everybody else is driving a convertible in the summertime when it’s warm. I drive mine in the winter when it’s cold.”
“Anybody can drive down there in a new Cadillac,” Madson writes. “We want to suffer a little bit, show we care.”
2NEWS caught up to the intrepid duo as they passed through the Brookside area en route to Dallas.
When asked how the weather had been, they said cold — but they didn’t see any snow until they got to Oklahoma.
They’ll certainly see plenty of the white stuff as they continue their trip through Oklahoma.
But then, a couple of Wisconsin boys shouldn’t have too much trouble dealing with the cold.
Dieter Sturm and Mark Madson are traveling from Lambeau Field to the Super Bowl on a well-documented journey. They say it’s been an icy trip and they haven’t been able to go very fast. You may notice that the video is cut off at the end; they have limited filming capabilities on the road and in this weather.
UPDATE,…….. Travel conditions are hazardous. We landed 146 miles north of Dallas tonight. A gallant effort, but Mother Nature wins again. We strive for the summit in the AM….. We’re going into overtime!!!
Dieter Sturm and Mark Madson, the self-described ‘Snowman’ and ‘Iceman,’ respectively, loaded up their PackerMobile (a festive 1978 Eldorado Cadillac) and embarked on an epic journey from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, en route to Texas for the Super Bowl.