Right up front, the seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mitsubishi 3000GT discloses that the engine has slipped its timing belt and hence needs its heads examined. Let’s see if a buyer would to as well.
David has a particular knack for writing about his projects in a way that makes the rest of us feel like we’re there turning wrenches and uncovering horrible truths in the process. Those of us who do our own work on our own old cars can commiserate, because we’ve all been there. We’ve all seen projects spiral out of…
Today being Labor Day here in the States, it seems fitting to have a Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate that needs some work. This RX7 might be just the ticket. That is, as long as we don’t belabor the price.
I’ve wanted yellow fog lights on my truck forever. I finally attempted to realize my dream, screwed up a lot, screwed up some more, and eventually triumphed. Come along and ride on this fantastic voyage with me.
I had a 2006 BMW M5 with more than 180,000 miles dialed up in my possession the past four months or so. Well, until Sunday. It was fast, loud, fun to drive, and honestly, in pretty desperate need of repair. Instead of doing those repairs, I decided I’d trade the car for a much better car, a 2002 Honda S2000, that…
Two years ago I traded a 2000 Toyota Tundra for a 1975 International Scout and have been building the old truck into a manifestation of my fantasies ever since. Specifically, my dream of a jungle-themed Scout on an adventure from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. That’s where my shiny new hood bird comes in.
We’ve been featuring some of the most interesting, fun and wacky builds you people can dream up on the site as our Builds of the Week, and it’s about time we put some on video. Do you live close to New York City? We’d love to come over and check out what you’re doing—on film!
The mad scientists at Hoonigan are big fans of caster-wheeled Crazy Carts—the cool little toys made for drifting—but Crazy Carts just don’t have enough power. So, they’re taking a front-wheel-drive Volvo V70, hacking it in half and making their own giant Crazy Cart for lunatic grown-ups.
I knew my $100 1984 Nissan 300ZX was going to cost a lot more than $100 to actually restore and run on a regular basis. But after three months with this thing I’m starting to learn the special frustration that comes with caring for a car that’s worth so much less than the sum of its parts.
What have you been working on lately? We’re bringing back Build of the Week, and we want to feature the most fascinating projects out there in the process: wild engine swaps, show cars, race cars, rare cars, and even meticulously well-preserved regular cars no one else has the guts to love. To kick it off, we’d love…
Why the hell do people buy old-ass cars from the 1960s? They cost too much, for one thing. They’re unreliable to operate as a daily, with their pesky two and four barrels. They stop like shit. And most of the time, they smell like a Shell station. Designed by guys who fought Hitler and Tojo with a half smoked Lucky…
Doubling down is a risky move in blackjack, but one that could result in twice the payout. That same strategy might be applied to today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe brace of Saabs. We’ll have to see if their combo price stacks the deck against them.
Every car with an engine has an exhaust pipe. Some are prettier than others, but who cares? I certainly didn’t, until I looked closely and realized, hey, a little sliver of chrome goes a long way to making a car’s backside look good.
Unlike some other cars in VW’s lineup, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corrado didn’t come with a name derived from a wind, but instead from the Spanish word for ‘run.’ Let’s see if this running g60 is worth running over to buy.
Matt has been living the #Jaloplife, and pouring his time into various project cars. He is looking for something that he can drive more than fix, and maybe even take to the track. What car should he buy!
Indy pace cars need to be able to run with some of the fastest cars on Earth. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Fiero Indy Pace Car edition isn’t running anywhere owing to its bad clutch. But could this project still set the pace for great deals?
We all know that it’s a bad idea to buy someone else’s project, but what about buying your own project? Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe TR6 is just that opportunity, that is if its price proves project oriented.
It’s been nearly four months since I last checked in about my project Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo. I’ve been trying to drive the car more often, because that’s what cars are for: to be driven.
Brandon would like to spend his spare time bonding with friends under the hood of a project car. The problem with this plan is that Brandon doesn’t have a lot of experience, but what he and his friends lack in skill they will make up for in determination. What car should he buy?
This summer, I’m going to help put the hybrid powertrain from a hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander into an ancient 1917 Mitsubishi Model A. And by “help,” I mean stand in a corner and try not to hurt myself while the craftsmen at West Coast Customs cut and weld and create, and Mitsubishi writes checks to make it all happen.