UM, most longer films back then had intermissions. A lot of folks smoked back in the day and that gave them the opportunity to have a puff or drain the main vein. I would suggest that a full appreciation for Kubrick's talent is gained through the viewing of multiple films. Paths of Glory is one of the most shattering… » 10/22/14 12:21am Wednesday 12:21am

This $4,800 1979 Chevy Corvette Might Be A GM Experimental Turbo

GM has long been a proponent of turbocharging, but one car that has never seen a turbo in its factory form is the Corvette.* According to the ad for today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Coupe, that almost actually happened. You'll need to decide the veracity of that claim, and whether or not this Vette's price blows. » 10/16/14 8:00am 10/16/14 8:00am

Could You Defend Paying $20,000 for This 1985 Land Rover 90?

Everybody knows that the best offense is a good defense and today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Land Rover, at first glance, looks to be a pretty good Defender. It's really an earlier 90, but you'll still need to decide if its price is offensive. » 10/10/14 8:00am 10/10/14 8:00am

For $29,995, Could You Hatch A Plan For This 1973 BMW 2000 Tii?

BMW hasn't offered a 3-door here in the States in some time, and in fact today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Touring is one that never officially was. You could grab this lightly modded one, that is, as long as its price doesn't make you hatchback off. » 10/08/14 8:00am 10/08/14 8:00am

Does $4,800 Make This 1984 Chrysler Conquest Worth Conquering?

Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Conquest is a Flatty not a Fatty, lacking the latter's wide fenders and extroverted aero appendages. It also looks to be one of the nicest examples you might find, but does this Chrysler demand a fatty wallet to buy? » 10/07/14 8:00am 10/07/14 8:00am

For $66,500, This Custom 1991 Rolls Royce... Well, I Don't Know

How often are you left totally speechless? I mean like Scientology back-story level of dumbfoundedness? Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Rolls Royce is so magnificently outrageous that it borders on the indescribable. Hopefully for its seller, its price is at least in the realm of acceptable discourse. » 10/03/14 8:00am 10/03/14 8:00am