Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Contour is an SVT, and that makes it a Special Vehicle indeed. The question is: will the price on this seemingly well-kept and customized Ford make it even more special?
Are you having a rough time out there? Worried about the state of things? Does the likelihood of economic collapse and resource wars within the next few years keep you up at night? Do not worry, for in the meantime, we have this two-tone Mazda Miata with a denim interior and it’s really neat.
When it comes to VWs some people think diesel engines are a gas. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corrado is perhaps one of the least expected of oil-burner conversions, but will its price be low enough to convert you?
Mazda has given up on the Wankel and so has the seller or today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe RX-7 as it rocks SBC power. Let’s find out if this heart transplanted droptop’s price can get your heart beating.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 280Z says he’s moving out of town and can’t take the car with him, leading to his description in the ad of it being a fire sale. Let’s see if his price on this weird custom is a deal, or if he just wants to see the world burn.
A mule is the sterile offspring of a horse and donkey, and is a testament to making a marriage work. Likewise, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Probevette seems the child of many parents. Let’s see if its price means the seller is shooting blanks.
‘If you build it they will come’ is the most oft-quoted line from the movie Field of Dreams. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 540i had to be built, as the factory never offered the body/drivetrain combo it possesses. Will that, and its price, make you come running?
The reason why this six-year-old Camry costs as much as a used McLaren is simple: it’s not exactly a Camry. It’s a custom-built SEMA special complete with a NASCAR V8.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale is destined to become a great collector’s car, but for one “enthusiastic British owner,” it just wasn’t enough.
It’s Memorial Day here in the U.S. and to celebrate today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Miata is a car pretty much everybody is going to remember. Let’s see if it’s price however, in fact makes it instantly forgettable.
Ralph Nader famously anointed the original Chevy Corvair as unsafe at any speed for its swing axles and an engine format and placement that mimicked the Porsche. I’m not going to give away what that has to do with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 911, but when you find out, it just might swing your vote.
I’m a big fan of the irregularly-shaped enclosed volumes of space we like to carry with us as we drive. I think they’re called ‘trunks’ or ‘boots’ or other weirdly clothing-related things. Anyway, this Beetle – actually, a Super Beetle, has easily the most incredible trunk I’ve ever seen on a Beetle, and possibly on…
Sometimes you see a car that’s such a magnificent blast from the past, you swear you’ve stepped right back into the ‘90s. Corvette-style taillights. Those side details. Color-shift paint. A wing added to a pickup. Ladies and gents, behold the most wonderful car-truck-thing for sale on the Internet.
While technically today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate is a “Dune Buggy” it’s in no way consigned exclusively to just pounding sand, it’s fully streetable too. Let’s find out if this Subaru-powered beast’s price consigns it to staying unsold no matter what.
First off, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mera is NOT a kit car, as these could be ordered from a Pontiac dealer as a turnkey. This one is described as being the first Mera, the prototype for the 247 that would follow. The question is, will its price turn that number one into number two?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe SSC says that it’s always been garage kept. I think it’s been kept in the garage a little too much as it has but 661 miles on the clock. Could that possibly make it worth the price of a new GT?
If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, and, most importantly floats like a duck, then it’s probably today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe crazy floatin’ ‘Lambo.’ Let’s see if this sort of sea-worthy Countach’s price is equally ship shape.
This running twin-turbo V8 rat rod is, truly, what is good and wonderful in this world.
I know it’s April Fool’s day, but I promise you this is no joke. Like everything related to Dartz, the reality is far stranger than anything I can make up, anyway. Remember, these are the people who’s idea of luxury involves whale foreskins. But once, long before making the worlds most unrestrained and opulent SUVs,…
Today is April Fools Day, a day when things are often not what they seem. Our Nice Price or Crack Pipe AMC looks old and tired, but assuredly isn’t. We’ll have to see whether or not this ratted wagon comes with a price that’s the ultimate joke.