The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe AMG avers in his ad that you will not be disappointed by the car. How could you be with so wild a wagon? Well, maybe the price, and maybe the fact that it’d be pretty hard to get it into the U.S..
Some brave Canadian laddermen recently showed up to put out a grass fire, but their hoses weren’t getting any suction from the hydrant. Why? Because it was stuffed with fucking fish!
While once one of a new wave of sports coupes, Honda’s CRX is now pretty old school. Today’s Nice Price of Crack Pipe contender will show you how it was once done, if its price doesn’t presently do it in.
Like Batman, Canada seems to get all the wonderful toys. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe JDM Forester is just such an example of a car that Canucks get that the U.S. can't. No matter where you live however, you can still weigh in on whether this cool toy has a wonderful price.
Is snow and ice on a deserted logging highway enough to deter Canada's most Canadian Harley rider? Hell no!
I think I can count the number of Buicks I’d like to own on the fingers of one hand. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Grand National is one of those digits, but is its price a middle finger to its buyer?
Planes, Trains and Automobiles was hands down a great flick. Contrastingly, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 6.2 Diesel-converted Roadmaster is kind of plain, sounds like a train, and upon close examination, appears to be an automobile. But is its price all that and a bag of popcorn?
The owner of what's likely the world's largest trove of old Cadillacs — some 335 cars in all — wants rid of them and a parts warehouse. The hitch: How close are you to western Canada? UPDATE Visible from space!
Canadians hate being teased by Americans, but like a lovable kid-brother doing something goofy, sometimes it can't be helped. Like this new-looking garage spotted in Sarnia, Ontario... with a tree growing in front of it. (Thanks for the shot Mike)