Santamobiles: The top five cars in St. Nick’s garage

We’d like to think that Jolly Old St. Nick spends a decent amount of time in his garage the other 364 days out of the year. And while the contents of said North Pole garage are a closely held secret, here are five cars that we think the man with the bag shouldn’t be without:

  1. Tucker 48: Should the reindeer ever go on strike, we think that Santa should bust out the Tucker. With its third Rudolph-like center headlight, it would have no trouble lighting Santa’s way.

  2. C7 Corvette Z06: Santa has to cover a lot of ground in very little time, hence the new Corvette Z06. It was a tossup between the Vette and a new Hellcat Charger, but in truth, we just can’t see Santa being naughty enough to own something called a “Hellcat.”

  3. Jeep Grand Wagoneer: Santa needs room (for his own girth and the presents), and he lives at the North Pole. What could be better than a classic all-wheel-drive Grand Wagoneer?

  4. Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite: Humans don’t get any jollier than St. Nick, and cars don’t get any more gleeful than a smiling Bugeye Sprite. If Santa can fit down a chimney, he can sure as heck squeeze into one of these.

  5. Ford Model A Roadster: The venerable Model A is perfect for Santa if for no other reason than the fact that it kind of resembles his sleigh. And the rumble seat in back is perfect for stashing gifts. We hope that the fat man’s Model A is bit hot rodded, but even stock, it’s the perfect ride for St. Nick.

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