In the 2009 flick Splice, two scientists discover that their monster's new genes make her ass look stingy. Today's NIce Price or Crack Pipe E30 Touring is also a piecemeal affair, but at least its DNA is all BMW.
If you spent your hard earned money on a ticket for Splice, you have my sympathy. That cinematic butt nugget is further proof that Adrien Brody is traversing his career path in reverse, and that Sarah Polley is Canadian. The movie's basic plot of DNA manipulation to create something that never existed in nature has been a Hollywood staple for decades, and is equatable to what many a car enthusiast does in creating the personal declaration of their automotive ideal. That was the case with yesterday's contender, however while that 429-powered Ford was considered to be a Fairmont, its price kept it from being a Great-mont, a fact reflected in the 67% Crack Pipe vote. Today's E30 is likewise an experiment in genetic manipulation, taking the parts from other Beemers in the fabrication of something that never existed before, but that now could exist in your garage.