Rubber bands have long been known to be one of the cheapest, most accessible ways to transform potential energy into kinetic energy. You probably have some within two feet of you right now. Incredibly, a number of years ago, a fast loon named Ron Main built the biggest rubber band-powered car ever and took it to the…
Forget about who'll be Mitt Romney's running mate, because today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender is the only Veep that matters. Of course, that's only if you don't have to be Romney to buy it.
With Saab almost pushing up daisies - or whatever it is they push up in Sweden, it's prime time to grab a sweet Swede before they're all gone. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1997 900 has a claimed 400bhp, meaning that grabbing it will require fast hands, but will its price grab you?
Known as the Red Rocker, perennially permed axe man and bon vivant Sammy Hagar famously derided the double nickle. Sporting IEATZ28 plates and painted his eponymous color, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1979 Firebird is claimed to have once had Sammy's ass in its driver's seat. That's pretty cool, but does it also…
When you were a kid you probably rode a bike, and while mastering that you rode with training wheels. Before even that, you likely rode a trike. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe MR2 custom appeals to your inner child, but will its price have you asking, are you kidding?
If the waistband of your tighty whities advertise any designer other than Flute of the Room or possibly Hanes, then you just might have designs on today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom 733i.
Call 411 on your phone and you'll get Information. That might be helpful as the first question that springs to mind about today's Olds 455-powered Nice Price or Crack Pipe 411 is WTF?!
What was the best part about Dukes of Hazzard? If you said Daisy Duke, give yourself a shwing. If you said the General Lee's welded-closed door entry then check out today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Camaro, you freak.
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.
Ford's Fox platform was the gift that keeps on giving, spawning the longest-lived Mustang ever, turbo T-birds and hot-rod Lincolns. Despite that Catholic conception rate, it all started with cars like today's NIce Price or Crack Pipe Fairmont. Sorta.
While a Mustang is a pony car, it won't bring home enough hay bales to feed a real pony. That is, unless it's today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe frankenstang, but is this one's price too much hay?
You probably can't guard the net like Shaqille O'Neal, and you likely wouldn't fit in his shoes. But as today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Ferrari proves, baby you can drive Shaq's car.
Like the precedent 2002, the E30 BMW is well loved for its simple shape and honest performance. However, about today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 325i it can simply be said that its E36 transplant makes it honestly better.
If your everyday car is too dull, get a BMW 3-series. If the 3-series doesn't do the trick, get an M3. If that still leaves you hankering for more, Nice Price or Crack Pipe suggests LS.
Some people like their eggs sunny side up, and some like them over easy. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a second-generation Celica that let's you have it both ways.
Someday people will look back upon the Camry with fondness and desire, and when that day arrives, I hope to be long-dead. Until then, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has its predecessor for you to get all nostalgic about.
Like Honda cars and the wind in the hair freedom an open car provides, but think the S2000 is too ungainly? Well, the circus is in town, and Nice Price or Crack Pipe isn't clowning around with today's candidate.