The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jag says he’s dumped ten-grand into its maintenance and repair with no corners cut in the work. Let’s see if this supercharged cat’s price cuts it any slack.
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?
We live in interesting times and that calls for a car that can get you out of trouble when the shit goes down—a car like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe armored Jeep. Let’s see if its bullet resistance makes its price a hit it can also withstand.
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.
If you wanted to sit in the lap of luxury, you could probably do far worse than today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Maserati Q4 Neiman Marcus. If you actually wanted to drive that lap, you might find its DuoSelect gear change a challenge. Let’s see if its price reflects that tempestuous trans.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ferrari represents what might be considered a rare styling stumble for the venerable Italian marque. Let’s see if that, and it’s modestly rough appearance, might make stumbling into it worth its asking.
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?
Once upon a time, VW imagined they were Mercedes Benz and built cars like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Phaeton W12. It’s a luxurious reminder of the company’s delusions of grandeur, but can it still bring the big bucks?
The full name of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe GL350 includes a couple of surnames—Benz and Diesel—and a couple of made up words—Bluetec and Designo. Let’s see if all together they make up a car worth it’s asking.
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 Bertone unquestionably has the oddest off-roader name imaginable. The rest of the truck is more fascinating than funky, but its price may still weird you out.
Neat, Neat, Neat is an awesome song by the punk band, The Damned. It’s also how the seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Supra describes his car. Let’s see if its price makes you think we’re the ones being punk’d.
The GTO in the name of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Pontiac stands for Gran Turismo Omolgato, but a more familiar eponym is goat. Let’s see if this muscle-laden coupe’s price makes up for its somewhat barnyard appearance.
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.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe V50 Volvo is a car that you might not recall. To jog your memory: it sports a hairy turbo engine, six-speed stick and AWD. Could that combo, and its price, make it totally memorable?
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.
Movie stand-ins usually do a decent job of mimicking the celebrities they double. That’s not quite the case with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Delor…I mean Bricklin. Let’s see if this weird BttF homage has you trippin’ over its price tag as well as its flux capacitor.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Range Rover has nearly 300,000 on its clock. Let that sink in for a moment—this is a Range Rover after all—then let’s figure out what it’s worth.
These days, go big or go home is a popular mantra by which to live. You could easily do both in today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Buick. That is, if the price is right.
The 25-year import rule allows a lot of interesting cars to be brought to the U.S. these days. With all those choices, someone decided to put the effort toward today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Panda. Let’s see if it was worth the wait.