Some cars are just so easy to modify there aren't any stock ones left.
It took reader JimZ under half a day to sell his stock SRT-4 because it was the only one around for miles. Just goes to show how few unmodified ones exist.
The CRX was a brilliant little car from Honda made back when their cars were both efficient and fun. They make for brilliant commuter cars but good luck finding one without a fart can loosely hanging off the back bumper.
It's a cheap American V8. Of course every single one is modified. What would you expect?
The Integra Type-R is one of the best handling FWD cars ever made and just 3283 were brought to the US. Rare unmodded examples of these are going to be future auction queens, just you wait and see.
Every WRX owner has modified their car at least a little bit–it's just such a natural hoonmobile. Even Jalopnik's own Patrick George modified his!
I'm fairly certain every single Mercury made in 1950 went straight from the factory to the body shop where it was turned into a lead sled.
What is it about '90s Hondas? Every one of them seems to get modified, especially the little Del Sol.
Stock Jeeps are wonderfully capable off-road vehicles, but with a few mods they can go pretty much anywhere. Couple that with the fact that they can be found on the cheap and you have an off-roader's dream.
Ford in the late 1920s/early 1930s is like Honda in the 1990s. Think of a '32 Ford and you think of a hot rod, not anything resembling factory stock.
Blame The Fast And The Furious for the fact that finding an original Mark IV is harder than finding the holy grail. If you happen to have an unmodified example, hold on to it and cash in when values shoot through the roof.
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