Malcolm Laughlin <mlaughlinnyc@...>
Quite true, Steve, but note that there is also an awareness that the rules can be applied and someone may notice. I doubt that was true for U.S. cars violating Rule 2. Canadian cars may well have been "confiscated" (as the term was) more than was legal, but I feel confident it was nothing like the situation for U.S. cars.
Tony Thompson Editor, Signature Press, Berkeley, CA
Taking the opposite side from my earlier Yakima example, on the NYC in the 60's loading Canadian cars other than to or via Canada was definitely a don't do.
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