Start in Lewistown take PA 333 (Howstone Road) East to Mifflin.
This route runs on top of a ridge overlooking the Juniata River. There is a bunch of trees, high cliffs for Appalachain Mtns., lots of curves and switchbacks. Section run along train tracks, and most likely you will be right beside some trains. Watch for deer, in rut (mateing season Spring) they are abundent.
As many turns as the TOD with 1/500th the traffic. In fact your as likely to race a train up the ridge as you are a car. Both ends have 20mph switchbacks and the middle has plenty of sweeping curves and straights to open her up. Good luck and have fun. Lots of curves and twisties. Many switchbacks at both ends. Plenty of opportunity to open her up. Excellent pavement and hardly never a cop in sight.
Nothing here. Have what you need with you. Gas available at both ends of the route.
One look at the topography and the map tells anyone with more than one neuron firing at once that this road does not not earn the right to share a name with the TotD. There are many great roads, and this one does not make Pa's top 25.