Among the random cars on the internet I know nothing about, this surely ranks as the most intriguing. A giant sidepipe? A roll cage fit for Ellen Ripley’s exosuit cargo-loader? Oh yes.
Automobile Magazine's Jamie Kitman has just written a column about the demise of the station wagon, calling the world's automakers "the real culprits" and mourning our loss. Right on, Jamie. Right on. [Automobile]
Because even on long family drives fun can still present itself... if you're willing to avoid the interstate. Photo Credit: mercedesmotoring @ Flickr
This is the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon. It is a staggeringly irrelevant ball of horsepower and excellence wrapped up in the coolest shape to come out of Detroit in years. We love it. You should, too.
They say that sometimes, you miss the forest for the trees. Well, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Ford wagon with a whole forest of phony trees on it, and it's pretty hard to miss.
In France, the Train à Grande Vitesse, or TGV, is one of the fastest ways to travel. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Citroën that, while not so Grande Vitesse, is still a great way to get around.
This right here is the best thing we've seen all day. Granted, the covers seem more oriented toward Japanese-style CUVs (Toyota Alphard, Honda Stepwagon, etc.) than the traditional five-door, but... really? A magazine about wagons? Who's complaining?
Our post yesterday on the glories of the five-door got us thinking. What, we wondered, would be in our ultimate wagon fleet? What are the most Jalopnik family haulers? And are suicide doors really necessary?
Wagons have always offered the fun of a car, the utility of an SUV and the style of a yacht in a single package. Here's our list of ten strange and awesome...and still inexpensive... vintage wagons.
On Super Bowl Sunday, a TD can bring the crowds to their feet. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a 300TD from the year of Super Bowl XX that just might make you cheer.