Larry Shinoda worked on two of the most iconic cars in American automotive history—the Chevy Corvette, and Ford Mustang. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mustang Cobra is from the year of Shinoda’s passing. Will its price however, get a pass?
The true definition of “sport utility” is really a hot rod wagon, and when it comes to wagons it just doesn’t get any hot roddier than today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer. Let’s see if its price gets you all hot and bothered.
The second generation Honda Odyssey gained a reputation for having crap automatic transmissions. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ’02 solves that problem by replacing the slusher with a stick. Could that make its price automatically appealing?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cadillac celebrates All Hallows’ Eve two ways—by being a hearse, and by being the last thing you’d want to have chasing you down a dark road. Let’s find out its price is a trick, or a treat.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe X6 is a car that is built to really stand out. In fact, shrinking violets likely need not apply when it comes to its purchase. Let’s see if it’s price is as ostentatious as its presentation.
If you don’t have anything to do today, you can take a look at the build the seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer undertook. You’ll have to decide if a better use of your time might be just buying it.
Originally conceived as an ugly duckling coupe, Triumph’s last-ever TR turned into a beautiful swan once the roof was chopped off. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe TR8 adds balls to that beauty with a modded V8. Let’s see if the price makes it pretty as a picture as well.
Original, air-cooled Volkswagen Beetles were very popular in the kit car world because you could essentially just lift the body off and replace it with any fiberglass anything you wanted: fake Porsche speedsters, MG TCs, weird vans, whatever. This isn’t nearly as easy to do with a modern, Golf-based Beetle, but that…
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 325iX calls it a Winter Beast and says it’s ready for whatever Santa Season has to offer. Let’s see if its price really makes it more accurately a winner beast.
I like it when Craigslist ads bring up philosophical questions more intense than wondering if a person can ever, truly, know what they have. Ads like this one, for what’s just called a “1973 Porsche” bring up fascinating questions like “at what point does this car stop being a Porsche?” I’m really not sure this…
Cutting a car’s roof off is usually a bad idea, structurally speaking. That is, unless it’s a body on frame like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cutlass. Let see if this custom droptop’s price makes you weak in the knees.
I don’t why I’m even sharing today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Lincoln with you. I instead should be getting on a plane for a cross-country trip to buy it. Since I’m not, let’s see just exactly what it is that I’m missing.
You probably can’t afford a side chick or bro, but you could potentially swing the asking for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvette which has something even better—side pipes! Let’s see if its price is on your side.
One complaint that could be leveled at Porsche’s 944 is that it never had enough pushrods and rocker arms. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ’83 addresses that dearth with an SBC. Let’s see if its price needs addressing too.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 710 has had a dickens of a time keeping his ad up on Craigslist. It doesn’t seem to be his or the car’s fault. Maybe it’s the price? Let’s find out!
More and more old, light, reasonably modern rear-wheel-drive cars on the used market are ending up trashed, crashed, and rusted out. What is a car enthusiast to do? Convert a different old, light reasonably modern front-wheel-drive car to shred at the back.
The second generation Cadillac Seville initiated a whole generation of bustle-back booty calls. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate has the added advantage of an extended wheelbase and limo accommodations. Let’s see what that all might just be worth.
Unlike its predecessor, the Scirocco, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corrado isn’t named for a wind. Let’s see if this heavily customized coupe’s price makes it almost free as a breeze, or, if it just blows.
With a modern but fairly milquetoast V6 engine, the crazy retro Plymouth Prowler had hot rod looks, but lacked hot rod performance. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe bi-turbo edition seeks to rectify that. Maybe its price will prove redemptive as well.