Because we don’t have these threads nearly often enough, or at least not anymore.

Iqaluit is the capital of Nunavut, Canada’s largest, yet least populous subdivision. The territory of Nunavut is the size of Western Europe, but has the population roughly the size of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan (Heard of Moose Jaw? No? Exactly). It’s also quite possibly the worst place in the world to own a car, because, well, it’s the Arctic. And no roads at all connect towns, except for a road that connects Iqaluit with a suburb called Apex. Because of this, a good portion of people get about on snowmobiles. There aren’t even any car dealerships in the entire territory, and every single car has to be imported from another part of the country. Most roads in Iqaluit didn’t even have names until recently, and when telling a cab driver to go somewhere, most people use local landmarks instead of addresses.

So, this should be fun.

Here is my pick, a pair of Jeep Comanches, which are also parked right next to an XJ Cherokee. Whoever lives here must REALLY like their XJs.