Let’s check off the bonafides of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Toyota truck, shall we? It’s a 4X4, it rocks the turbo 22RE and a five speed stick. Lastly, its a rare and funky Custom Cab, making it one long truck. Let’s see if its price has you longing for it to be cheaper.
A loaded new Range Rover, if you check all the boxes, will run you well over $100,000. It’s also one of the most off-road capable vehicles in existence. But is the person who buys that SUV really going to take it off-road?
Just like it says in the Constitution, monster truck ownership is a privilege, not a right. That means there’s a certain obligation on the monster truck owner to hold up their end of the deal, and one crucial part of that responsibility is to give your monster truck a bitchin’ name. Here’s five that failed to do just…
Recreational weed is legal in Washington State. So why not list your Toyota pickup on Craigslist completely and utterly stuffed with devil’s lettuce?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe S10 may have been built like a rock, but seeing as its a rare Baja maybe that should be construido como una roca. Either way, we’ll have to see if this trucklet’s price will rock your world.
This is a Chevy pickup truck with a 14.2-liter V8 pulled from a Scania. What does it do? Burnouts.
Ever wondered how those little forklifts get up onto those tall truck beds? Wonder no more.
The landmark Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement got signed today and it could mean the end of the most restrictive tariff in the American auto industry. But it’s only the start of a difficult and secretive process.
Usually when you wanna do a vehicle wrap, you start off with a dark finish. Black, grey—-something that won’t pop out at you when you change the main color.
This video was posted with the title “Range Rover V8 Turbo Insane Jump.” Well, it’s definitely a Range Rover, and it may well have a turbo V8 engine. The question remains: is the jump insane?
Pops has left you with a bunch of stupid chores to do. How do you enjoy yourself? Do some doughies in his pickup.
Volkswagen’s current diesel disaster is not the first time the Environmental Protection Agency has discovered that a vehicle manufacturer had been cheating on their diesel emissions tests. Here’s how the U.S. government won $1 billion from diesel cheaters nearly two decades ago.
Did you have a good Labor Day this year? No. You did not. You did not jump a flaming Suburban into a lake.
“So, there I was minding my own business getting all too little work done and browsing Opposite Lock and Overland & Expedition sub-blogs when I got an email from a friend.”
I’m not really a truck person. I respect trucks, but never had much of a desire to own one. Then I had to move a bunch of junk from my house when I realized my Volkswagen GTI and our Sienna minivan weren’t going to cut it. After borrowing my dad’s Frontier, I developed a new appreciation for the cheap pickup. Here is…
Monster trucks remain perhaps the most patently silly motorized vehicles on the planet. That doesn’t stop them from getting the most serious/amazing names.
You’re driving down the highway in your truck. You see that the highway divides into ‘cars only’ and ‘cars + trucks.’ This is just one moment in the linguist trouble of the car/truck dichotomy.
Every wondered what would happen if you stuck a big V8 in the middle of one of those little Japanese pickups? Congratulations! You’re from New Zealand.
We uploaded the first three new episodes of our first season of our new video endeavor this week. There was Neat Stuff In Cool Cars, Truck Yeah!, and What Car Should You Buy? We made a few mistakes and learned a lot. What do you think?
I was out driving our motor-carriage yesterday when I saw this red pickup here. It looked a lot like many of the mildly-modded trucks I see around, but with one difference: it appeared to be hauling a very heavy invisible load of something. Probably a replacement turbofan for that jet Wonder Woman uses?