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Uncharted Territory: The Burma Classic Road Rally

Posted April 16, 2013 8:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: classic auto rally

While collector car rallies annually take place in some of the world's most remote and unexpected places, affording opportunities to see exotic lands through familiar windshields, decades of military rule have prevented such rallies from taking place in Myanmar - also known as Burma - until now, with the upcoming Burma Road Class, the first international rally in the country.

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04/17/2013 2:15 AM

There is a road from India to Manadalay and then to Kuming. The road was made during 2nd world war. If the Road becomes good, it will be a excellent for Intercountry rallies and also for goods and people movement. The road in Arunachal Pradesh of India linking to Myanmar is 30km only.

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