Canadian Redneck Turns Pitiful Pontiac Grand Prix Into Nightmarish Snow Plow

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Who would have thought this car of all others could be used this way?

Who says all-wheel drive is the only way to get around in the snow? Clearly they haven’t met thismagnificent redneck genius that took a 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix and modified it tofunction as a snowplow. Yes indeed, somewhere in a little place called CapeBreton in Nova Scotia, Canada, there is a Pontiac sedan from the early turn ofthe 21st century plowing snow from roadways. Ordinarily a two-wheeldrive car would be crap in the snow, but it is front-wheel drive so it’s a little better thanRWD would be.

Blasphemy? Go try it and get back to us. Not only that, but the Grand Prix is rated to tow up to 1,000 pounds. Who knows, maybe the Grand Prix is the perfect car for plowing snow? Well, this guy clearly knows.

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