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Old 04-18-2007, 11:56 AM
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Rally anyone?

Came across this while checking out other car forums.

http://www.newenglandrally.com/

It seems interesting and I would love to do it but can't.

It's slotted for Aug 3,4,5.
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I read the line "1500 miles, 3 days" and my first thought was "Hell, I could do it in two..."

I wish they'd post up a map, I'm having a devil of a time figuring out how 3 days in New England winds you up at Niagra Falls.
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Did anyone ever go to the Car show on Mt Washington? I saw this on Classic car and thought it would be nice to go see.


http://www.climbtotheclouds.com/
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I wish they'd post up a map, I'm having a devil of a time figuring out how 3 days in New England winds you up at Niagra Falls.
correction: how does 1500 miles and 3 days have you ending up in Canada....

But I still think the concept is pretty cool.
I got to thinking about it and I think if I brought enough oil the 87 toyota could make the trip without too much trouble. I'm driving the truck in 2-3 hour streches at times through the week without any problems.
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[quote=donjamer]Did anyone ever go to the Car show on Mt Washington? I saw this on Classic car and thought it would be nice to go see.


http://www.climbtotheclouds.com/[/QUOTE]

I went to Mt. Washington two weeks ago. Had 10ft visibilty and cost me 50 bucks. Family didn't like the ride but I had a blast climbing up and not seeing the road knowing there is a couple thousand foot drop off on one side of the road. If it costs me 50 more bucks for the car show, I probably won't go.
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