Are you living your best life? EUROTRASH E36 snow guy is. Be like him.
When you go white shoes and matching belt, that’s called the Full Cleveland. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe M3 is white on white, but will this muy blanco sedan’s price have you seeing red?
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
With the introduction of the E36 M3, BMW refocused the model's position in the marketplace, going from boy racer to gentleman GT. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe M3 is presently owned by a gentleman Jalop, but don't let that stop you from letting this Bimmer boss know whether his pricing is worthy of a gentleman's…
All you hear is the squealing of the tires. There's no straight six in EV West's 1995 M3, set to run at this year's Pikes Peak, just a 420 horsepower all-electric drivetrain.
Everyone hopes they never end up in a scenario where you find a completely out of control car flying in your direction at high speed, but if you ever did it would look something like this. As Jalopnik commenter MrQuick points out, this video also does a good job demonstrating why rear wheel drive rally cars are, for…
Brembo, Dinan, BBS, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe E36 M3 reads like a who's who of automotive aftermarket nobility. The question though, is whether you think this brand-conscious BMW's price is a king's ransom?
A Russian artist commissioned some gun aficionados to take aim at a art-museum-bound BMW 3-Series and draw pretty flowers with the bullet holes. They missed. A lot. Gallery of carnage below.
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.
The first-generation BMW M Coupe is a raw, angry sort of beast, the kind of asylum-think car we cannot help but love. It's a machine devoted solely to the art of being bonkers. Let's take a look at its credentials.
This E36 BMW M3 passenger's Match.com profile reads: "Likes: burnouts, Bimmers, donuts on video. Dislikes: seatbelts, closed doors, and being thrown from my car." Thankfully, the man seems okay after being G-jected from his seat. (H/T to Steve!)
One week ago, I rediscovered pictures I took inside BMW's closed-to-the-public motorsport museum. Those images were four years old, however, and their pron was limited. Now someone has YouTubed an off-the-cuff video tour of the same building. McLaren overload, anyone?
Japanese chicks, E36 3-Series, cowboy hats, 9,500 RPM, 250 HP Honda S2000 engines, short skirts, race drivers. All of those things appear in this video.
Heilige scheiße! Straight cut gears in the sequential transmission and ludicrous engine power combine to form an unholy union in this E36 that embarasses every other car during this run of the Dutch Supercar Challenge. Our hero passes race spec 911's and Marcos Mantis's like they're standing still. I think I lasted…
Back in 1998, my parents picked up what was, for them, an uncharacteristically ostentatious automobile. In late 1975, I arrived home from the hospital in a 1962 Rambler, which is the first car I ever steered. Our other car at the time was a '64 Belvedere sedan with a 318. From there we graduated to a '69 Catalina and…