Canada-exclusive classics that make Americans jealous: Part 2


To most auto executives in their baggy grey suits, Canada is but a footnote, or perhaps a rounding error on annual sales charts. Two million new vehicles were sold here last year. A record! But that national total is barely equal to the annual haul of new cars and trucks in California. And, unlike in the Golden State, where cars seem to live forever, vehicles north of the 49th parallel usually live short lives and die salty, rusty deaths.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/04/09/canada-exclusive-classics-make-americans-jealous


Dont forget the Acadian, like my 1963 Acadian Sport Deluxe Convert
very rare and only a few remain


Don’t forget the 32 1995 BMW M540i units made for the Canadian market. Pretty nice cars and mine still runs flawlessly.