When you think of an all wheel drive rally car for the road, you think of an Audi Quattro, or a Subaru WRX, or a Mitsubishi Evo. You do not think of a grey 1988 Toyota Celica.
Normally, when you add swastikas to something, you can be assured that, yes, the most ridiculous, offensive part of that thing will be the swastika. Put a Nazi flag on a cheeseburger? The swastika is the worst part. Get a swastika face tattoo? That’s now the worst thing about you. But this swastika-covered Corvette…
This running twin-turbo V8 rat rod is, truly, what is good and wonderful in this world.
All over the grand car-scape of the Internet, people have been enjoying righteous, well-earned rage over the story of a man who tried to buy a Honda S2000, and the petty, shitty way he says he was scammed out of some key parts of that car. In case you haven’t had your chance to volunteer to fly somewhere with a…
I remember when I first saw this car. I’d never seen anything like it before.
It’s no secret that most of the time when we post some bonkers unholy chimera somebody hacked together and then tried to sell on Craigslist, it’s because we’re poking fun. Because, let’s face it, we’re kind of jerks. But this time I want you to see an unholy chimera of a truck that I think is actually pretty brilliant.
This is one of those things that car accessory scientists have been debating for years: can nearly every piece of adhesive-backed chrome bullshit sold in the JC Whitney catalog be adhered to one vehicle, or would that vehicle collapse into a singularity, as the math suggests? This Craigslist ad seems to show it’s…
I don’t have room in my life for a beautiful yellow 1981 Toyota Corolla wagon, complete with a five-speed. But maybe you do. And if you do, maybe you should just go ahead and buy this so it stops tempting me. It’s just $3,500. Please help me.
Everyone in Chicago, please, stop what you’re doing right now. There’s an emergency, and we need everybody’s help. A man’s Tesla Model X has been shat upon, and we must help find this rampaging car-shitter, who is still at large. At least, that’s what this Craigslist ad tells us.
I know two things when Craigslist ad starts with “Hey there junior badass, ever feel like there’s a caged animal trapped inside of you?” First, the answer is yes. Second, I can’t wait to read the rest. Unlike the stuff peddled on these ubiquitous “funny” Craigslist posts, this is also a great bike and you should…
This might just be the best deal in the automotive world right now: a verified 200 mph car selling for just $60k. And of course it’s on Craigslist.
Every now and then something shows up on Craigslist that says more about the beauty of the human condition than countless, tedious books on the subject. This ad for a home-made airplane/Corvette with Dodge power is one of those ads.
Recreational weed is legal in Washington State. So why not list your Toyota pickup on Craigslist completely and utterly stuffed with devil’s lettuce?
I think I know the best local Craigslist region in the country, as far as buying old cars is concerned.
Have you always admired the giant sheepdog van from Dumb and Dumber, but felt as if the Mutt Cutts Shaggin’ Waggin could be improved somehow? By, perhaps, chopping off the roof and adding a loud sound system? Dream no longer. It’s real, it’s spectacular, and it’s for sale.
Craigslist is filled with wonderful, bizarre, well-priced vehicles like this old T-Bucket for $3000. And then it also has people trying to sell an old 911 for six figures.
Used bikes are great; their smile per dollar ratio is unmatched. You can always jump on the ‘ol Craigslist and have five bikes lined up within a 30 mile radius that are well under book value and itching to sell. The deal factor is irresistible. You look at your bank account, then back at the listing. It’s hard to…
Are you sitting down? Of course you are, because you are at work (or home) reading Jalopnik instead of being “productive.” Well, I’m about to make your Friday even better. As a Jalop you most likely are a fan of the following: manuals, wagons, E30 BMWs, and M3 inline-six motors. Now you can have all four in one shot!
Some say Lucifer would rock a high end luxury car to blend in with the elite that sold their souls for fame and power, but when he wants to cut loose he would want something fast that bares the mark of the beast. If you fancy yourself the Prince of Darkness you can have a one-of-a-kind Challenger Hellcat with a 666…