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Truck, you’re just too fast
The original subcompact
Better than a cottage
The ultimate Ferrari?
This Crown hauls
“What the heck is that?”
$1,000 per cylinder. Not bad
Out for a rip, are ya?
Rollin, in your 5.0
Two-wheeled 1988 goodness
Gorgeous Italian classic
Looks small, goes fast
Tiny, light, quick
Big, loud, goes anywhere
The rarest Buick?
This week we’ve gone even older
Maybe the oldest new car in Canada
Tiny car, ten grand
The coolest way to move your toys
The pinnacle of 1980s luxury for the price of a new Yaris
The Beat is on.
It’ll get you anywhere, but don’t expect a CD player
Eight cylinders, four doors, six-speeds you choose yourself
Swedish poetry in motion
The sportiest and rarest Kia is really a Lotus on the inside
A very rare, real-deal M3
Unique, fast, and a bold visual from this rare Renault
Want a nice, modern, reliable, 1950s Jag?
If you’re looking for a big, fast, family hauler with a hilarious ad, click this one
An old-school Ford you won’t see every day.
A TVR for sale in Canada!
I drive your granddad’s car. It rides incredible.
When you can get a Maserati for Focus money, why wouldn’t you?
Got turning circle?
This Silver Arrow is ready for you.
Stand out in this bright yellow Diablo-inspired Fiero
Because the original is always better than the remake.
It’s German for “art”.
This Willys looks right at home sitting in that orchard, but might look better in your driveway
Tally-ho in this classic, old chap!
A Glimpse Of A Long-Vanished Legacy
The used market offers plenty of selection on used X5 SUVs from about $20,000.
The Bricklin SV-1 is a proud specimen of Canadian automotive history.
Do you dream of dorrrrrrrifto?
The cooler weather that denotes back-to-school season across the country often coincides with the scramble to locate a serviceable set of wheels for the upcoming semester. Just because you’re a student on a tighter budget than most car shoppers doesn’t mean you have to settle for something boring, however – there exists a wide range…
Business up front, party in the back.