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Street Racing- Cape Breton, Nova Scotia 1977


 



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Cool! I see we wern't the only ones.biggrin Port Alberni on the Island.



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Most of those cars were fast because they were going downhill...

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

Most of those cars were fast because they were going downhill...


 On a rock.....sucks racing uphill.wink



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And if you put air shocks in your car, it was always going downhill!

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Yeah, that's what I mean, serious rake jobs on almost every car there! Ah, those years of the rake job..........

Kind of cool seeing all the cars looking like that.

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And what connects Cape Breton to Nova Scotia??

The CANSO causeway crosses the Straight of CANSO.

The town of CANSO was dissolved after there was no car to be named after.

The bridge remains as there is still water in the straight.

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