Driving on snow and ice covered roads can be treacherous enough, but throw in a heard of moose in your path and that is a recipe for code brown. This Canadian driver is either a master at snow driving or really lucky—probably a bit of both.
As an attempt to bolster the pride of a nation still devastated from the Cola Wars, a pair of 17-year-old Canadian high school students decided to record their launch of a Lego minifig into space. As this video shows, they were successful. All it took was a few months work and about $500.
Those hosers up at Dave's Farm sure are professional hoons. And they're not too bad at doing good ol' fashioned backwoods engineering too. Check out this creation: The Buick Halfmaster. It's a '90s Buick Roadmaster with a severely shortened wheelbase that's been converted to an open-air 'amino. Now, you might question…