Feast your eyes upon what looks like a Doctor Moreau-style splicing experiment between a Tyrrell P34, Plymouth Prowler, a few GM trucks, a fire truck, an airplane, and some farm equipment.
Someone sent us another half-completed Fiero conversion on Craigslist this morning and I damn near deleted it... but my perverted curiosity implored me investigate. What I found was the unholy spawn of a Wrangler, a fauxrarri, and GM's little targa.
A reader just spotted what's left of this Ford Probe in Albuquerque, New Mexico today, looks like the perverted fantasy of someone who's a big fan of MacGyver and pirates.
Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mazda B2000 is described by its seller as a True Sleeper. That's because under its unassuming hood there now spins a lusty 13B. The question is, would paying this sleeper's price keep you up at night?
Usually driving an extraordinarily extra-extrovert-ant truck is indicative of shortcomings in the pants department. In the case of today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Dodge Ram SRT-10, that could only be due to the need to make room for the massive stones it would take to get behind the wheel. Will its price however…
In the mountains of central Asia, yak racing is a hairier, but no less entertaining twist on horse racing. It's kind of like building and running the world's fastest naturally-aspirated SRT8 Jeep.
It seems with custom 4x4 show trucks and the people who build them "more" is always better. It doesn't particularly matter what it is—wheels, lift, length, silly graphics—the more there is, the better it is. If ever there were a vehicle to illustrate this way of thinking it's this 6x6 1993 Ford F350 currently listed…
For more years than can be counted on both one's finger and toes, Ford's F-150 has been the best-selling new vehicle in the US, making them pretty ubiquitous. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe ‘93 attempts to stand out from the crowd, but does it cost an arm and a leg?
Old Range Rovers are relatively light due to being clothed in aluminum, but that's not to say they couldn't be lighter. In seeking that goal, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe rock crawler has been denuded to its skivvies, but it also comes with a price that might mean the buyer might just be taking it in the shorts.
It might look like an average 2007 Jeep SRT8 at first glance, but from the moment this twin turbo beast launches, it becomes very clear this one is anything but average.
Watching a vehicle run 15 second 1/4 miles is hardly anything special, unless of course the vehicle in question is a smoke billowing Kenworth T800 dump truck.
Yesterday's post on the Tennessee fellow who converts pickups into mini semi trucks brought note of a competing business from Kentucky: Turning used medium-duty work trucks into "Big Ass" pickups. Like all southern rivalries, someone's getting called a sissy.
Ever wanted to drive a big rig, but just couldn't find the time for trucker school? A Tennessee man will answer your prayers for a starting price of $13,000 with kits that convert old Detroit pickups into mini-semis.
Mike Levine from PickupTrucks.com and I caught a Dodge Ram 3500 sitting outside the SEMA show here in Vegas sporting duallies on both the rear and the front. Wanna double your pleasure? Double your fun? Double the dually! More below.
An undoubtedly vision-impaired car thief stole this "customized" GMC Sierra and, instead of doing the owner a huge favor and destroying it, bailed when cops caught up. He's still on the loose, armed with extremely bad taste. [WDBO]
Oh look, it's another Chevy Silverado here at SEMA. This one's got a baseball paint theme incorporating every major league team logo just in time to celebrate the time of the season when only two teams are able to continue to play ball. Because when a baseball uber-fan thinks about what kind of truck they want to…
Yes, just because you can't get the off-road Z71 package on the Silverado 2500HD doesn't mean you don't want it really really badly, especially if you're a fan of the big-boy HD trucks. So, the folks at GM Accessories and Chevy have combined forces to provide y'all with "Big Red" here, a concept that merges the…
Looks like the boys from Roush are spending some time rubbin' up to the boys from the big tower o' power that's the Renaissance Center in Detroit. That grainy camera phone shot above, taken from someone over at PerformanceTrucks.net, appears to show a Roush catalog page featuring what looks like a Roush-accessorized…