The Mustang has defined the sporty car (but not sports car) segment in America ever since it debuted in 1964. But it hasn't been the only car in its class.
The original Celica may not have had the sex appeal of Toyota's previous sport coupe, the 2000 GT, but it was a hell of a lot more accessible. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '73 coupe has an 18RG evolutionarily derived from the 2000 GT's DOHC six, but will its price make you say GTFO?
The old journalism saw says when you assume, you make an ass out of "u" and "me." Yet plenty of people have assumed that Ford's torrid love affair with turbocharged engines would eventually grow to include the Mustang, even though Ford itself has refrained from saying so. Thanks to one enterprising college student, we…
Sometimes you're hit with a spousal ultimatum — either the car goes, or I do. Here's a Nice Price or Crack Pipe challenge from someone who may be making the wrong choice.