July 16, 2007

Canadian Hot Rod Tour kicks off tomorrow in Toronto

Toronto, Ontario – The first leg of the Canadian Hot Rod Tour kicks off tomorrow as it leaves Vaughan, near Toronto, Ontario. The tour of vintage and modified vehicles will travel to Langley, British Columbia, where several participants will proceed to Victoria to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the 1932 Ford at Northwest Deuce Day.

The tour will run from Vaughan to Sudbury, Ontario on the first day; subsequent legs will go to Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay and Kenora, Ontario; Brandon, Manitoba; Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Medicine Hat and Calgary, Alberta; and Kamloops and Langley, B.C.

The public is welcome to meet and greet with the group all along the route, and participants are encouraged to join in and drive any portion of the route. The tour will kick off at NASCAR SpeedPark at Vaughan Mills between 8:00 and the approximate departure time of 9:30 a.m. NASCAR SpeedPark is located at the southeast corner of the Vaughan Mills Mall, east of Highway 400 south off Rutherford Road. For more information, visit CanadianRodder.com.

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