Long before BMW had the five-door Gran Coupe they sold another compact hatchback, the 318. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe edition is a gussied up M-sport. Let’s see if, for its price, you’d have its back.
The seller of today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe E21 claims it's the nicest on Craigslist. That might just be so as it looks to be in remarkable shape. Its price however, as is often the case here, may not be so nice.
The Turing Test is a natural language test to determine how human-like an artificial intelligence may be. Similarly, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW E30 Touring will test your ability to determine whether its price is too high or not.
There presently isn't a CSI Atlanta edition, however it's inevitable that every city in the U.S. get its own spin-off of that crime drama. Should that be the case, today's Georgia-based Nice Price or Crack Pipe 635CSi could certainly star, but only if its price proves a key piece of evidence.
The seller of today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 318i convertible claims that it is more rare than the more motor 325i. Still, it may be more desirable because it goes more miles per gallon, but is its price more than you'd be willing to pay?
If the waistband of your tighty whities advertise any designer other than Flute of the Room or possibly Hanes, then you just might have designs on today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom 733i.
Typically, when cars from the old country make the trip across the Atlantic, they get their cojones lopped. However, that's not the case with today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer, which should sound off like it's got a pair.
Canada's MWDesign hopes to force 2009 BMW M3 coupe owners to open their wallets for this murdered-out Bimmer. It's named "Darth Maul."
The E30 BMW 3-series is a cult favorite, but most people think of the petrol-powered 325is or M3 versions when they think of performance. Well not these guys. This is evidence that a turbo diesel E30 can rock just as hard; when you do burnouts, you get tire smoke and black exhaust! The horror-flick style editing makes…